Reform Movement Marketplace Vendor Application and Criteria
Union for Reform Judaism
Thank you for your interest in participating in the Reform Movement Marketplace, where URJ-affiliated congregations can connect with products and services that reduce costs of running a congregation and simplify day-to-day operations.
If you would like to offer a product or service in the Marketplace, please fill out the information below, and read and agree to our vendor criteria and consideration policy.
Your First Name
Your Last Name
Your Preferred Phone Number
Your Email Address
About Your Company
Company Location City, State
Your Company Primary Business
Your Company Secondary Business (if applicable)
About Your Offer
As detailed below in the Vendor Criteria section, vendors will be considered who offer a unique, distinct and permanent discount to URJ affiliated congregations, or alternatively can offer a unique package, product, or level of service.
Retail Pricing Structure for Product or Service
Product or Service Description
Permanent Discount Proposal for Reform Movement Marketplace Congregations
Vendors who meet the criteria outlined below may be invited to join the Reform Movement Marketplace program
, at the discretion of Marketplace and URJ leadership.
Vendor is able to
the United States and Canada.
a product and/or service that
will help manage administrative
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discount to URJ
congregations, or alternatively can o
ffer a unique package , product
level of service.
Discount offered by vendor
be re-evaluated as URJ
Vendor discount is made available to URJ affiliated congregations exclusively through the Marketplace website.
data with URJ upon request
Final decisions regarding vendor
made at the discretion of the Marketplace professional and lay leadership based on these criteria and other determining factors.
Vendor Criteria Acknowledgement
I have read and understand the Reform Movement Marketplace vendor criteria
Vendor Consideration Policy
No special consideration will be given to vendors or consultants due to existing or past lay or professional relationships with the URJ.
Marketplace participation is subject to URJ Ethics code; particularly section B, item 3.
"A conflict of interest occurs when one is in a position to influence decisions or outcomes on behalf of a part and such decisions or outcomes could directly or indirectly accrue personal benefit to oneself or one's family or friends.
A potential conflict of interest can be difficult to discern. We have a responsibility to consult others about any real or potential conflicts and help one another resolve any such conflicts.
Any real or potential conflicts must be proactively and fully disclosed to the appropriate stakeholders. An individual having a real or potential conflict of interest must not engage in the decision making process or otherwise attempt to influence hte outcomes iwht respect to matters as to which there is a conflict unless and until:
There has been full disclosure to the affected stakeholders;
An approved mitigation plan is in place, and;
The consent of the stakeholders to proceed is obtained, which, for matters of significance, should be in writing.
The URJ will not work with vendors that discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, religion, gender identification, age, disability or other protected classes. W
e are committed to supporting vendors that treat their employees fairly, use products that are made in safe working conditions, and comply with the
Principles of Fair Labor and Responsible Sourcing and Production
Vendor Consideration Policy Acknowledgement
I have read and understand the Reform Movement Marketplace vendor consideration policy