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Fundraising at Har Shalom

Who We Are:

  • We Are full, part time employed and stay at home parents with and without partners.
  • We Work to provide creative and engaging fundraisers for CHS.
  • We Nourish our bodies and our connections through regular Supper Club events.
  • We Connect with one another at our monthly meetings and stay connected building lasting friendships.
  • We Play at our meetings. Getting together to get things done and to catch up with one another.
  • We Earn over $12,000 each year by facilitating Scrip, our earnings from rebates on purchases you already make.
  • We Volunteer to accomplish our annual money goals.

We Are the Har Shalom Fundraising committee of 2018-2019; Nicki Shamis, Leah Lamkin, Gretchen Kastetter, Tal Bllom, Laura Actor, Anne Wera, and Trudy Herman

What's Coming

Bookfair Supporting CHS

Wednesday, November 28, All Day

Books, music, toys, games, puzzles, journals, treats and more.....the perfect place for that last minute Hanukkah shopping. Evening entertainment provided by Har Shalom congregants, students, and the Rabbi. (Schedule TBD). Voucher required

Online sales November 28-Dec 5 using bookfair ID #12448726 at Just look for the yellow 'Shop Now' button!


10%+ of sales* go back to Har Shalom. Please consider using Scrip to pay for your purchases to double your contribution!  

* some items are excluded. Please see voucher for details. Voucher must be presented to cashier at checkout. 

Success Story

In 2018, the Fundraising committee released our updated Har Shalom community  cookbook. We worked with the publishing company to establish recipe intake format, schedule, costs and timelines. We collected, collated and proof read all the submitted recipes - almost 200 in all! We selected the book design including the binding, cover and section dividers. We had a lot of fun, and got really hungry reading.

Then in early spring we partied! With donated desserts from Northern Colorado's best bakers, wine from Wilbur's Total Beverage and beer from Maxline Brewing, and 85 fellow congregants we released the cookbook. The sanctuary was transformed into a relaxed gathering space where people could mingle, review and bid on the silent auction and watch as our very own Lew Wymisner performed some magic. Our kids also got to celebrate at their own pajama party. All the ingredients for a great night came together from the hard work of our committee. In the end we raised over $7,000 for CHS, a success no matter what measure you use. 

Sun, November 18 2018 10 Kislev 5779