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In the weekly Torah portion of “Ki Tisa” (Exodus 30:11-34:35), we read about the “half-shekel” contribution that everyone had to equally contribute.

The half-shekel coin may have been the very first Jewish communal charity collection and it was used to purchase sacrifices and other essential needs.

This webinar will focus on charity in Judaism. How much charity should one give? Must everyone give equally or is it dependent upon income and wealth?

What are considered worthy causes? Should we publicize donors with plaques and the like, or keep it quiet and humble? Must the donor know who the recipient is?

Rabbi Enkin navigates the meaningful terrain of Jewish giving and undoubtedly gives you a webinar that makes lots of CENTS!