Torah Fund

 

Torah Fund pin for 2020–2021: B’Yachad, Together The Torah Fund theme for 2020–2021 is B’Yachad, which means ‘Together’. Wearing this pin signifies the joy of sisterhood members working together year-round to make important contributions to the Jewish community through their volunteer e!orts at synagogues across the United States and Canada. Our pride in being Jewish shows in everything we do. We are high achievers in our professional and personal lives, and we accomplish even more together! Each of us is one small nugget of gold, but together our small gifts reflect and refract the light inside us, and help each other shine. Together, since 1942, the modest contributions of thousands of individuals to this grassroots fundraising e!ort called Torah Fund have helped to educate and train each generation of rabbis, cantors, scholars, educators, summer camp directors, chaplains, campus Jewish life sta , and committed lay leaders. These are the people who guide and teach, console and uplift our people, one soul at a time, whether in person or remotely, during these challenging times. We make this happen together. Join us! Questions? Please contact Thelma Herlich, Torah Fund VP, [email protected]. All checks from Beth El must be made out to “Torah Fund Contributions” and can also be made by emailing [email protected].

 

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