Event Registration

Rabbi Marla J. Feldman Retirement Celebration Dinner
04/20/2023 06:45 PM - 10:00 PM CT

Ticket Options

Ticket Price Quantity
Celebration Dinner Ticket - $180
Platinum Sponsorship – $7,500
Includes 2 VIP tickets to the event, including a private donor reception, full-page platinum tribute ad, and an acknowledgement at the event and in the promotional materials.
Music Sponsorship- $5,400
Beth Schafer, will perform and lead a choir to honor Marla. Includes 2 VIP tickets to the event, including a private donor reception and half-page social justice champion tribute ad as well as acknowledgement at the event and in the promotional materials.
Gold Sponsorship - $5,000
Includes 2 VIP tickets to the event, including a private donor reception, full-page gold tribute ad, and an acknowledgement at the event and in the promotional materials.
Silver Sponsorship - $3,600
Includes 1 VIP ticket to the event, including a private donor reception, full-page silver tribute ad, and an acknowledgement at the event and in the promotional materials.
Décor Package - $2,500
Sponsorship will help cover centerpieces and decorations. Includes 1 VIP ticket to the event, including the private donor reception, and a half-page social justice champion tribute ad as well as acknowledgement at the event and in the promotional material
Bronze Sponsorship - $1,800
Includes 1 VIP ticket to the event, including a private donor reception, full-page bronze tribute ad, and an acknowledgment at the event and in the promotional materials.
Waiver Statement:

No refunds will be issued for this fundraising event.

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In order to participate in an event held or sponsored by Women of Reform Judaism (“WRJ”) or WRJ Districts, attendees must be fully vaccinated and boosted. For events taking place in the U.S., “fully vaccinated & boosted” will be determined by CDC guidelines in place at the time. As of March 2022, to be considered fully vaccinated & boosted in the U.S., at least two (2) weeks must have passed since receiving two doses and a booster of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or one (1) dose and a booster of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. For events taking place in Canada, or for Canadians traveling to the U.S., the AstraZeneca vaccine also will be accepted.  

In addition, if you are experiencing any symptoms attendees must take a COVID-19 test within 24 hours prior to the event and receive a negative result prior to the event. For those unable to be vaccinated due to medical reasons, please contact the event organizer listed at the bottom of this document to discuss possible alternative arrangements. Because COVID-19 is extremely contagious and is spread mainly from person-to-person contact, these measures are designed to reduce the spread of COVID-19; however, WRJ cannot guarantee that its participants, volunteers, employees, partners, or others in attendance will not be exposed to COVID-19 and in no way warrants that COVID-19 infection will not occur.

I hereby acknowledge and assume these risks. I acknowledge that in order to attend the in-person WRJ event, I will abide by all rules and instructions provided by event and/or venue organizers on-site regarding masking and social distancing rules. I will show respect for increased safety choices made by other participants, which may include masking, increased distancing, and other additions to these guidelines, respecting each individual’s comfort levels.

I understand that if I have not already done so for a previous WRJ event, I will need to provide proof of my full COVID-19 vaccine(s) and booster(s) right after registering - by uploading a photo of my vaccine card via this form, and will need to complete and submit an additional WRJ Covenant of Care document (which WRJ will send to you to complete, closer to the event date ) and follow its policies in order to attend the WRJ event.


WRJ does not tolerate, in any form or at any time, discrimination, harassment, bullying, sexual misconduct, threats, intimidation, menacing, or any other offensive behavior or acts against anyone in our community or participating in our events. This includes but is not limited to actions taken against others based on their race, age, religion, disability, marital status, veteran status, nationality, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, physical appearance, size, ethnicity, origin, religion, class, or any other identity.

Critical areas of concern include but are not limited to bullying, sexual harassment or misconduct, and inclusion.

1. Bullying

Bullying is unwanted, hostile behavior, either as single act or repeated over time, committed with the intent to degrade, humiliate, or oppress another person. It may include:

  • Verbal behavior such as making threats, inappropriate sexual comments, and taunting;

  • Social misbehavior such as spreading rumors and purposeful exclusion;

  • Physical behavior that involves hurting another individual’s body or damaging possessions;

  • Cyberbullying, such as persistent, unwanted texts, phone calls, or social media messages, or posting private, personal information of others online (known as “doxing”)

Bullying typically involves a real or perceived power imbalance such as using popularity, position, physical strength, or access to embarrassing information in order to control or harm others. Thus, it is important to note that while bullying will not be tolerated, respectful disagreement and good-faith critiques of one’s work and activities, even if sometimes harsh, are not bullying. Individuals’ ability to disagree and/or share ideas and concerns openly and without reprisal must not be compromised and will be respected and protected.

2. Sexual Harassment or Misconduct

Sexual harassment includes, for example, unwelcome sexual advances, unwelcome requests for sexual favors, and other unwelcome verbal, physical, or visual conduct of a sexual nature when:

  • Such conduct has the purpose or effect, intentionally or unintentionally, of unreasonably interfering with an individual’s participation, work, or volunteer performance, or otherwise creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment.

  • Submission to such conduct is made, either explicitly or implicitly, a term or condition of an individual’s standing as a participant, volunteer, or employee.

  • Submission to or rejection of such conduct by an individual is used as a basis for participation in a WRJ event, employment decisions, or decisions concerning volunteer assignments, whether or not such decisions have direct economic consequences.

Conduct of this nature diminishes us all and compromises our ability – individually and collectively – to demonstrate our commitment to living lives that reflect our Jewish values.

3. DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion)

Participants, staff, and volunteers of WRJ programs will meet and work with people from backgrounds (i.e., races, cultures, genders, socioeconomics, etc.) different from their own. People from historically marginalized backgrounds – including People of Color, people who identify as LGBTQIA+, or people with disabilities – are frequently asked questions about their backgrounds or identities that serve to further marginalize them and separate them from others. For example, in Jewish spaces, Jews of Color are often subject to questions and comments about their authenticity.

All participants, staff, and volunteers in WRJ programs are asked to recognize the diversity of the Jewish people and to continually challenge dominant ideas of who “looks Jewish.”

4. Reporting Concerns or Violations

To report a concern or violation of this Code of Conduct regarding yourself or another person:

  • In-person: To a senior WRJ staff member onsite. If the complaint concerns that person(s), reporting should be done by email or phone as below.

  • By email or phone: to WRJ Assistant Director – Liz Rosenblum (lrosenblum@wrj.org or 212-650-4056).

Please note that the conduct of WRJ employees is governed by the URJ Employee Handbook, and the conduct of WRJ volunteers, staff and independent contractors is governed by the URJ Ethics Code and WRJ Policy on Harassment. The URJ Ethics Code can be accessed at https://urj.org/who-we-are/ethics-code-union-reform-judaism.

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  1. Photo & Video Release
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  3. Participant Code of Conduct
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