"We have never seen or heard," wrote Maimonides, "of a Jewish community without a kuppah (collection box)." Generosity is, and has always been, at the heart of Jewish life.
At B’nai Shalom, we give to sustain and support our congregation. We give to perpetuate the memory of loved ones … to celebrate simchas … to extend wishes for speedy healing … to help those in need … to bring Jewish culture and learning into our lives. We give to create a legacy and leave a "good name."
Each gift says, "I am part of this synagogue family." Each gift makes B’nai Shalom stronger, and is deeply appreciated.
Here at B’nai Shalom we have formed a planned giving and endowment section to ensure that the community you know and love will benefit from your generosity. Please consider creating your own Jewish legacy to ensure that our B’nai Shalom community continues to thrive now and in the future by:
We are proud of the tradition of providing a beautiful and delicious Kiddush each and every Shabbat and Yom Tov after services. It is a time for good food, good friends and lot of kibitzing. Many times it is also a time of celebration of a Simcha. For those occasions we provide many opportunities to enhance or sponsor a Kiddush.
Our memorial plaques are displayed in both the memorial room located at the end of the Legow Loggia as well as in the Lipka Chapel. Each plaque costs $450. To reserve a plaque in advance please contact the office.
Online purchases are safely processed through PayPal. You will automatically receive a confirmation e-mail after completing the transaction. Rabbi Tobin will review each order. Please allow approximately 8 week for delivery. We will contact you once the office receives the engraved plaque.
A beautiful way to honor a special person or create a lasting memory for a loved one is to dedicate a prayer book. Our shul currently uses three different prayer books; Machzor Lev Shalem for the High Holy Days, Siddur Lev Shalom for Shabbat and festivals and Siddur Sim Shalom for weekdays. You may dedicate either Machzor Lev Shalem (used for the High Holy Days) or Siddur Lev Shalem (used for for Shabbat and festivals) The cost for Machzor Lev Shalem is $85 and for Siddur Lev Shalem is $115.
Online donations are safely processed through PayPal. You will automatically receive a confirmation email after completing the transaction. If dedicating 100 or more machzors, please contact Rabbi Tobin in advance.
To contribute online, please fill out the form below in its entirety. You will be asked for your personal information on the PayPal page.
Note: Each entry is limited to 40 characters which includes punctuation and spacing.
The B’nai Shalom Annual Campaign supports our synagogue’s myriad programs, including worship services and ritual events, Jewish education for all ages, and the socializing and Jewish living that enriches the lives of all in our caring community.
You have the option of making a pledge or you can make your donation online. In either case, please fill out the form below. Online donations are safely processed through PayPal. You will automatically receive a confirmation e-mail after completing the transaction.