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The Need for Charitable Support

As most of our members are aware, the revenue that we raise through dues and tuition is not sufficient to sustain the temple in its mission to be a vibrant center of Jewish life for our community. In order for Temple Beth David to continue to thrive and support our community, to adequately maintain our building, and to attract new members, we need to continuously rely on the generosity of our congregants and friends.

Making donations to various Temple funds, tzedakah, is a special way to say thank you, to honor someone on a special occasion, to memorialize a loved one, or just to express gratitude for health, love and friendship. 

We appreciate all contributions. Regardless of the amount, all contributions are important and are used carefully.  


Gifts from the Heart Annual Campaign

Temple Beth David thrives because of the dedication, participation, and generosity of its congregants. There are many ways for you to support Temple Beth David's growth and prosperity.

Gifts made to the Gifts From the Heart Fund go towards the temple's operating budget, enabling us to continue to achieve our mission. Please help us continue to be a welcoming congregation committed to a relevant expression of Judaism for all generations by making a contribution. Gifts of any amount are meaningful and help us reach our annual fundraising goal. Click here to make a gift to The Gifts From the Heart Fund.


Special Opportunities

Kesher Giving Fund: The Kesher Program allows you to make a 5-year pledge to help provide long-term, sustained growth for Temple Beth David. It is one of the most effective ways to support our temple community. To learn more, you can access the information page here.


The Atkins Founders Fund: To directly address the challenging financial situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, several very generous temple families joined together to establish the Cynthia and J. Harvey Atkins Founders Fund. This fund commemorates the 60th Anniversary of the founding of the temple, celebrates all of the original founders (including current members Cynthia and Harvey), and helps congregants continue their engagement with the temple. Contributions to the Atkins Founders Fund will continue to sustain the temple membership during these unprecedented times.


Temple Beth David, as a religious organization that meets the requirements of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, is considered tax exempt. See IRS Publication 1828 Tax Guide for Churches and Religious Organizations.

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