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Giving

 

Charitable Giving is an important tradition for the Beth Am congregation. Making a gift to Beth Am offers a wonderful way to affirm your values and priorities and protect our future Jewish way of life.

 

Honoring a loved one through charitable gifts is often an especially meaningful act of paying tribute to someone special, while assuring that worth while continue to influence our children, grandchildren and the world around us.

 

Gifts That make A Difference ... Simha or Remembrance:

 

Gifts made in honor of family and friends at times such as a Bar / Bat Mitzvah, birth of a child or grandchild, anniversary or other notable occasion can be gifts of love that show how much you care.

Rimon Society

Many discover that their long-range estate and financial plans provide a thoughtful way to make memorial gifts to honor others. Consider the following ways to leave a legacy in memory of a special friend or loved one gift included in your will or living trust can establish a lasting legacy. A gift of excess retirement funds such as pension plans or Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) may allow you to give more while eliminating taxes that may otherwise largely deplete these assets.

 

For further information please contact Gilad Hoffman, the Executive Director, 858-481-8454, ext. 13 or click here.

Tree of Life

The Tree of Life is a place in the synagogue where you can add a leaf in honor of a loved one’s celebration. Whether it is a birth, birthday, Bar or Bat Mitzvah, graduation, wedding or anniversary, this is the perfect gift to show a loved one how much you appreciate them.

 

Your contribution will benefit the religious, educational, cultural, and social programs of Congregation Beth Am.

 

Please click here for more information or to purchase a Tree of Life leaf, or contact Eliana Rosenzweig 858.481.8454

Memorial Board

Honor the memory of your loved one by ordering a Yahrzeit name plate as “A  Living Memorial” to perpetuate their memory. 

 

Each memorial plaque contains the name and date of the deceased in Hebrew and English. You have a choice of a single or double (2 people or 1 person - with larger font) plaque.

 

Please click here for more information or to purchase a Memorial plaque, or contact  Eliana Rosenzweig 858.481.8454.

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