|Cash and Equivalents||$2,994,089|
|Accounts Receivable, Pledges Receivable and Other Assets||$2,993,942|
|Beneficial Interest in Trusts||$2,152,970|
|- Operating Funds (Including Restricted Funds)||$1,554,660|
|- Endowment Funds||$14,023,972|
|Land, Building and Equipment||$6,301,789|
|Liabilities and Fund Balances|
|Accounts Payable and Other Short-Term Liabilities||$620,634|
|Loan Payable (PPP)||$924,225|
|Without Donor Restrictions||$1,894,942|
|With Donor Restrictions||$20,610,726|
|Total Net Assets||$22,505,668|
|Total Liabilities and Net Assets||$30,021,422|
We are thankful to our donors whose generosity and commitment make it possible for us to train the next generation of rabbis, support and uplift congregations and havurot, foster emerging expressions of Jewish life, and encourage people to be their best selves — always helping to shape what it means to be Jewish today and to imagine the Jewish future. We would also like to acknowledge with gratitude the generous and committed supporters of Havaya Summer Programs.
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* Gifts contributed through the Canadian Friends of Reconstructionist Judaism
The Kaplan Society welcomes and acknowledges individuals who have expressed their deep commitment to the Reconstructionist movement through bequests in their wills, planned gifts and other estate-planning vehicles. We are extremely grateful for funding we receive from realized bequests.
The Rosh Pinnah (Cornerstone) Fund is an endowment fund that provides support for the movement’s core activities. It honors people who have been donors to the Reconstructionist movement over many years. Because of their special connection, we associate their names with the Reconstructionist movement in perpetuity.