Host a Seder Your Way (Goucher Hillel 5774/2014)

Passover this year begins on Monday evening, April 14. Rabbi Josh and Yona will lead a seder on campus on the first night of Passover. If you wish to host your own seder that week, Goucher Hillel will provide you with a fully stocked seder plate, copies of a haggadah (the seder playbook) for you and your guests, and EITHER
- dinner for all of your guests plus $30 to purchase additional supplies OR
- if you'd prefer to prepare dinner yourself, reimbursement of up to $10 per guest, not to exceed $150 total.
Receipts and documentation must be provided in order for you to be reimbursed (see below).

Please submit this form by Thursday, March 27, and please expect to meet with Rabbi Josh or Yona to review your seder plans by Friday, April 4.

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    Any related questions may be sent to hillel@goucher.edu. To learn more about Goucher Hillel or make a contribution, please visit www.goucher.edu/hillel. To learn more about Passover, visit http://bit.ly/glrzoC Why do we ask for photos and participant statements? Expanding and deepening student ownership of Jewish life is an important priority for Goucher Hillel. Mini-grants for do-it-yourself Passover seders are among the many life-changing opportunities at Goucher that are made possible by Goucher Hillel's generous supporters, and when we ask for financial support for this initiative we like to share photos and stories and accurately represent how many people this project impacts. Thank you! If you would like to attend, not host, a Passover seder this year, please send an email to hillel@goucher.edu.