Commemorate an Event
Is there a special event coming up in your life? An upcoming b’nai mitzvah, anniversary, yartzeit, or other life cycle event? Commemmorate the occasion by making a donation to Beit Ahavah. Donations can be made in honor of, or in memory of, important people or events in your life. Checks can be made out to Beit Ahavah, 130 Pine Street, Florence, MA 01062, or you can donate using a credit card by clicking on the button below. All donations made to Beit Ahavah are fully tax-deductible. Thank you for supporting our community.
Buy your groceries with Scrip to support Beit Ahavah
Stop & Shop Scrip is the easiest way to help Beit Ahavah. Purchase “scrip” for purchases at Stop & Shop, and Beit Ahavah earns $5 of every $100 of scrip you buy. Cards come in $100 and $200 denominations.
Buy gift cards for birthdays, anniversaries, holidays and help Beit Ahavah in the process. One member had the idea of buying gift cards to give to the homeless during the winter months. Most of our members use scrip for weekly trips to the supermarket, and the more scrip bought, the more Beit Ahavah benefits.
Stop & Shop Scrip for the new year will available from the Beit Ahavah office during office hours or by appointment. You can also purchase Scrip during Religious School hours on Sundays and Thursdays, and at most weekday events and programs. This program is an easy way to raise money for Beit Ahavah at no cost to you. Don’t buy your groceries without scrip!
Do You Shop on Amazon? Use Amazon Smile!
You can now easily support Beit Ahavah every time you shop on Amazon for back to school, books, movies, and stuff! Thanks to the Amazon Smile program. Click below and choose “Beit Ahavah.” Then do your regular Amazon shopping through smile.amazon.com and Amazon will donate 0.5% to our happy synagogue.
Sponsor an ONEG
Celebrate your special occasion by hosting an Oneg Shabbat. If you would like to sponsor an Oneg contact the office (email@example.com) for more details.
First and foremost, Beit Ahavah is a community. One of the best forms of support is to simply be a part of it. Come to services, bring the little ones to a Tot Shabbat, bring the whole family to special events, join a discussion, be part of a group, introduce yourself to unfamiliar faces, invite somone over for a Shabbat potluck or a Havdalah sing-along, see how many generations you can get at one table. Weave Beit Ahavah into the fabric of your life and discover how supporting Beit Ahavah helps support you and your family.