Passing down from generation to generation
Tzedakah is often translated from Hebrew to mean “charity,” but its true meaning is rooted in the obligation to justice and righteousness. Each individual act of tzedakah expresses a sacred and enduring Jewish value by connecting us through the continuous pursuit to better our world.
All significant institutions of culture and learning require supplemental operating funds, and our Synagogue is not exempt from these fiscal realities. Inspiring worship led by devoted clergy; educational programs for children, teens and adults; as well as extensive cultural and volunteer offerings; and the preservation of our building and grounds all depend on the support of caring individuals.
Each gift to Congregation Beth Shalom makes possible all that we do today and prepares us for an ever more promising tomorrow.
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Congregation Beth Shalom is supported through a combination of dues, donations, school fees and fundraising programming. Beth Shalom is a non-profit organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. EIN 23-7316431
Sponsor a Community Event
Event sponsorships allow us to celebrate Shabbat and holidays with food, music, and a cohesive community! See form for sponsor levels.
Support an Oneg Shabbat
It is a mitzvah to honor someone by sponsoring an Oneg Shabbat (refreshment period after the Shabbat worship service). Families often do this on the anniversary of a loved one’s death, known as their yahrzeit, or for a special birthday or anniversary. Minimum donation of $36.
Support the General Fund
You may also wish to acknowledge someone’s birthday, anniversary, birth of a new baby, or other special event.
Support Rabbi Nancy Wechsler's Discretionary Fund
Donate to honor the Rabbi’s good work within our community.
Support the Education Fund
Support our our Religious School.