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This fund is used to help those in financial need, to make contributions to charitable organi-zations in the name of Congregation Beth Shalom and to pay for incidentals and items that the Rabbi prudently feels is a worthy cause.
This fund was created to pay for speakers and programs to foster adult Jewish education for our community.
This fund is used for the overall running of the synagogue. Funds are used to print flyers, keep the lights on, do repairs and other items necessary in the running of a synagogue.
This fund buys books and periodicals that are available for reading or checking out from our Maurice and Elly Hirsty Library.
This fund is used for children who would not otherwise be able to afford to attend any youth pro-gram such as youth conventions and Jewish summer camp.
This fund is used to provide the Shabbat Kiddush luncheon every week, as well as provide funds to pay for the challah and wine for the bima.
This fund was established to subsidize the Religious School programs, supplies, crafts, books so that the cost of sending a child to our religious school would be affordable to all students.
This fund was created by Jack’s children and grandchildren to honor Jack by providing Tallitot for those in need and to provide a beautiful place in which to keep the tallitot.
This fund was established to offset the expenses for performance art programming at Congrega-tion Beth Shalom, including the production and presentation of live music, recordings, theater or film.
Jean and Sylvan Orloff were committed to Jewish education and recognized that Jewish education occurs in the classroom, in youth group activities and through Jewish camp experiences. It was their wish that distributions be used for the purpose of supporting the religious school and/or youth programming.