To give is a profoundly spiritual act, a way of manifesting the love and hope in your heart into reality.
There are many ways to give to our community; Beit Ahavah will grow, survive and thrive because of your investment and giving! You make it possible for us to partner to nurture a joyous connection to Judaism. Thank you!
Click the button below to donate to Beit Ahavah, or browse the page to see other ways of supporting out vibrant community.
Commemorate an Event – Nediv Lev/”a willing heart”
Jewish community members often mark life’s events through the Torah’s injunction to give to others and support community from “a willing heart” (Exodus 25:1-2).
Donations 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 loved one following a loss or to mark a Yarzheit anniversary; or simply to help our synagogue grow and offer vital services and programs.
- Beit Ahavah General Fund
- Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund
- Klara Grape Memorial Music Fund
- Madison Ruth Meade Young Youth Education & Scholarship Fund
- Leroy Seftel Adult Education Fund
- Tot Shabbat Fund
- Prayerbook Fund
Checks 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.” Donations to Beit Ahavah are tax-deductible. Thank you – Todah rabbah!
Sponsor an Oneg Shabbat
If you would like to sponsor an Oneg or bring challah on a Friday night or other service, please contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of the best forms of support is to simply be a part of it and give of yourself. Attend services, bring the little ones to a Tot Shabbat, bring the whole family to special events, join an adult discussion, introduce yourself to new faces, attend a Shivah, drop off food, invite someone over for a Shabbat potluck or conversation, see how many generations you can get at one table, plan an event, share your ideas, join the Board or a committee. Thank you for making Beit Ahavah a community.