Beth Abraham is delighted to receive
donations for general operations or to support the funds listed below.
Please click here to be brought to TBA’s ShulCloud site, to make a donation.
Donations may also be made by calling TBA or mailing us a check or making a gift of appreciated stock.
To donate appreciated stock, or to make a donation by phone, please contact Erica Newman, Director of Operations and Engagement at (914) 631-1770 x13 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please do not leave credit card information on voicemail or in an email.
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Below is a list of Temple Beth Abraham’s current funds and a short description of the purpose of each. If your donation is in memory or in honor of someone, please indicate the recipient’s name and the name and address of anyone to whom we should send an acknowledgement.
For donations made to all restricted funds (funds other than general operations), there is a 10% administrative fee (maximum charge: $100). If you wish to cover the credit card fee so that Temple Beth Abraham gets the full benefit of your donation, please add 3% to your donation.
General Temple Fund
Donations to this fund support TBA’s annual operating budget.
Adult Education Programming
Donations to support classes, guest-speakers, programs and events.
Bridges Capital and Endowment Fund
to this fund support the Bridges Capital and Endowment Campaign.
Cantor’s Discretionary Fund
to this fund are used at the discretion of Cantor Margot Goldberg.
Caring Committee Fund – TBA Cares
Donations are used to supply necessities and meals for member families during shiva.
Conservative Kiddish Fund
to this fund support Temple Beth Abraham’s Shabbat morning Conservative
to this fund build long-term support of Temple Beth Abraham.
Fran Friedman Fund for the Enrichment of Children
to this fund support programs that benefit children.
Hannah T. Levy Fund
to this fund support improvement and maintenance of our
sacred chapels and bimas.
Harriet Verter Jewish Education Fund
to this fund provide grants for programs that foster and promote Jewish
education run by and/or taking place at Temple Beth Abraham.
to this fund provide books and materials for the TBA Library.
to this fund provide scholarships for children to attend TBA’s Religious
Prayer Book Fund
funds to purchase new prayer books and repair damaged prayer books
Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund
to this fund are used at the discretion of Rabbi David Holtz.
Religious School Fund
to this fund supplement programming and are used to update equipment and
furniture in our Religious School.
Teacher Appreciation Fund
Donations to this fund provide our religious school teachers professional development opportunities.
Tikkun Olam Fund
Donations support TBA’s Tikkun Olam projects, repairing the world.
Torah Restoration Fund
Donations to this fund provide maintenance and repair of TBA’s Torah scrolls.
Youth Group Fund
Donations to this fund support youth group activities.
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