Team 6 is a community of supporters in their 20s and 30s committed to strengthening Sixth & I while staying connected with other young professionals.

Monthly giving through Team 6 provides Sixth & I with reliable income for easier planning and budgeting of our programs. In appreciation for your support, Sixth & I organizes monthly community-building activities for young professionals including potluck Shabbat dinners and volunteer opportunities, and offers perks like early access to ticketed events.

Your monthly donations help extend Sixth & I’s reach to a growing community interested in all things spiritual and cultural. No matter how you’ve been impacted by Sixth & I, you can give back through Team 6 to make the Sixth & I experiences you cherish possible for others. With questions, please contact Heather Koslov at 202.266.3232.

Our giving level options include:

Fan: $180 or $15/month ($150 tax-deductible) 
  • Opportunity to be a part of a Team 6 sponsored Shabbat dinner
  • Access to invite-only pre-event receptions, Shabbat dinners, and more
  • Receive exclusive updates and discounted ticket offers available only to Team 6 members
Player: $360 or $30/month ($300 tax-deductible) 
  • Fan benefits +
  • Invitation to an annual donor Shabbat dinner at our Executive Director’s home
  • Attend a private cooking class with Vered Guttman, Sixth & I’s chef
All Star: $600 or $50/month ($540 tax-deductible)
  • Player benefits +
  • Early access to purchase High Holiday tickets
MVP: $1,200 or $100/month ($1,140 tax-deductible)
  • All Star benefits +
  • Reserved seating at talks and performances (Some exclusions apply; must request at least 48 hours in advance)
VIP: $1,800 or $150/month ($1,725 tax-deductible)
  • MVP benefits +
  • End-of-year gift
  • Invitation to a round-table discussion with Sixth & I’s Executive Director and select members of our Board of Directors

If you want to waive benefits and claim the full tax deductibility of your contribution to Sixth & I or if you have other questions, please contact Heather Koslov.

Per IRS regulations, donations made through donor-advised funds or family foundations are not eligible for benefits.