"Deeds of loving-kindness are superior to charity ... Charity can be accomplished only with money; deeds of loving-kindness can be accomplished through personal involvement as well as with money."
--Talmud, Tractate Sukkah 49b
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UPCOMING EVENTS AND PROJECTS
30th ANNUAL THANKSGIVING LUNCHEON
Click here to watch a photo slideshow of our 30th Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon at Temple Beth Am!
FEEDING THE HOMELESS
Temple Beth Am has developed a relationship with the PATH (People Assisting the Homeless) Shelters. Members provide and serve food to the homeless and interact with them during a meal. To receive information about the PATH dinners, please email email@example.com.
Feeding the Hungry Budget:
If you are unable to attend a PATH dinner, you can donate money to help members pay for the food provided at the dinners. Click here
to make a donation. If you'd like to send a check, please make it out to Temple Beth Am and indicate with a note that it is for the Feeding the Hungry budget.
GIVE BACK TO OUR COMMUNITY
- Help families pay a month's rent
- Help pay someone's utility bill so their lights/water/power are not turned off
- Help a family purchase groceries so they do not have to go hungry
- Contribute to Temple Beth Am programming
- Make a tribute in honor of a loved one
to learn about giving opportunities here at Temple Beth Am including the Bill Strick Memorial Helping Hand Fund which is used to help members in need and has been used in ways listed above. All dispersements from this fund are confidential. The Rabbis and Executive Director make decisions on the use of these funds.