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Choosing how your gift is used

Greatest Need. Provides unrestricted funds for where they are needed most.

Building Fund. Provides the needed funds for sustaining and maintaining our building.

Designate a program or service that is meaningful to you. Your gift will immediately be used for the intended purpose. Designated gifts can currently be used toward the following programs and purposes: education, music, scholarship, ritual, social activities, youth, Israeli programming.

Endowment Funds. Ensure a perpetual stream of income to support programs and resources at Temple Beth El. A gift to an endowment fund is held in perpetuity and the proceeds of which are distributed annually for their intended purpose. Johnson Bank serves as the manager of our restricted and non-restricted funds.

  • Yerusha Fund is our largest fund. These gifts provide an annual stream of income that is used where it is most needed.
  • Larry Kohn, Chair of Jewish Learning. Gifts to this fund ensure that ensured that the highest level of education remains a priority for the children of Temple Beth El.
  • Named Funds. There are a myriad of named funds that provide for specific program, services, and scholarships to benefit the TBE community.

    TBE has established that a $25,000 threshold is required for newly named funds which are held in endowment in perpetuity and accounted for separately.

 

Temple Beth El’s federal tax ID number is 39-6007966.

 

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January 20, 2019 14 Sh'vat 5779