Your investment supports progressive, inclusive Jewish community to grow.
This Tuesday, December 3rd is Giving Tuesday, a day that was created back in 2012 as a simple idea: encourage people to do good. Over the past seven years, it has grown into a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity!
Beit Ahavah deeply appreciates your contributions in honor of this wonderful day. Our growing House of Love relies on your donations through membership and beyond throughout the year. As the month of Hanukkah begins in the darkest time of the year, your donation of every size makes an impact to increase our community light.
Thank you – for thinking of Beit Ahavah and making a donation on Giving Tuesday, December 3rd! Click here for PayPal. On the “special instructions” you can designate “Giving Tuesday” as well as in honor or memory of someone.
Commemorate an Event ~ Nediv Lev “a willing heart”
Jewish community is inspired to mark life’s events through the Torah’s injunction to give to others and to support community from “a willing heart” (Exodus 25:1-2). Donations to Beit Ahavah can be made in honor of someone special, for life cycle occasions such as a Bar, Bat or B’nei Mitzvah, wedding, new children, graduations; as an act of tzedekah, gratitude or commitment to social justice (tikkun olam); in memory of your beloved loved following your loss or to mark the anniversary; or to help our synagogue grow and offer vital services and programs.
Donations can be general or designated for an existing fund, including:
- Beit Ahavah General Fund
- Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund
- Klara Grape Memorial Music Fund
- Israel J. Costin Youth Education & Scholarship Fund
- Leroy Seftel Adult Education Fund
- Prayerbook Fund
Checks made out to Beit Ahavah can be mailed to Beit Ahavah, 130 Pine Street, Florence, MA 01062, or you can donate by clicking on the button below (write notes about the donation in the “special instructions”, including which fund you would like to support). Donations to Beit Ahavah are tax-deductible. Thank you – todah rabbah!
Buy groceries and gas with Scrip, while 5% supports Beit Ahavah
Scrip cards for Stop & Shop grocery store or River Valley Market is a very easy way to help Beit Ahavah. Purchase “scrip” through Beit Ahavah to be used for purchases, and Beit Ahavah earns 5% when you use your card ($5 of every $100 of scrip you buy). Cards come in $50, $100 and $200 denominations. Click here to contact the office or Ruth about ordering your scrip.
Ideas for Scrip include buying 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 or to buy gas , 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, please contact the office (firstname.lastname@example.org) 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.