The Fundraising and Development Committee works to raise financial resources for Temple Beth Abraham. They coordinate our annual dinner/dance and other special events. Past years’ events have included Gala Dinners celebrating Rabbi David Holtz and Cantor Margot Goldberg, Casino Night, Progressive Dinners, Comedy Nights, and Concerts.
If you are interested in joining this vibrant committee, please contact the committee chair, Risa Swersey at firstname.lastname@example.org
A famiy FUN-draiser!
Saturday, October 17 at 7:00pm
Back by popular demand!
So much fun we’re doing it again!
New trivia categories and questions!
First, Second and Third place teams will receive Amazon gift cards as prizes!
Win a Gift Basket full of family games and (nut free) treats!
Raffle tickets: $10/ticket, 5 tickets for $40
Click here to register, buy raffle tickets, and/or make a donation!
Registration closes Wednesday, October 14.
L’Shana Tovah TBA!
We did it together.
Click here to view the Community Greeting Card!
Lifted each other up…we sent greetings when we can’t give hugs.
Created community…this was an interactive group effort suitable for all ages.
Cared for the planet…10% of the proceeds (over $300) from this fundraiser went to Cornell University’s Dyce Lab for Honey Bee Studies to ensure that there is honey with which to celebrate the New Year for generations to come. And as a bonus, the platform we are using planted trees.
Thank you for Supporting TBA!
Buy two and save! $18 each when purchasing a pair! Cookbooks may be picked up at the Temple Office during office hours. Not in the area? We can ship a cookbook to you in a padded envelope via USPS Media Mail. Shipping is $5/book.you will be prompted for the shipping address(es) prior to checkout. There is an omission on page 19 of the cookbook. We have corrected it for all newly purchased cookbooks. If you previously purchased a cookbook and would like to download the correction, please click here.
Questions? Contact Fundraising@tba-ny.org
Leaves for Life Cycle Events on our Tree of Life
Our Synagogue is proud to possess the Eytz Chaim, “Tree of Life” sculpture created by the noted synagogue artist, Sanford Werfel. It is permanently displayed in the Temple Beth Abraham lobby. The branches of the tree contain leaves which may be inscribed to highlight or commemorate such joyous events as births, weddings, anniversaries, bar and bat mitzvahs, graduations, or simply to honor parents, family or friends. Share your happy occasions by inscribing your family Simchas on our synagogue’s Tree of Life.
The price per leaf is $360 for members, $450 for non-members. For more information or an order form, please contact the temple office at (914) 631-1770 or email@example.com