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Membership

Please join us for the 2022—2023 year.

Membership from July 2022—June 2023 is only $36.

Pay online here:   https://beth-el-womens-league.square.site/

Or, send your check made out to Beth El Women's League to:  BEWL, 1118 W. Glendale Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85021

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How You Can Give to Torah Fund  

Our generous donors help Torah Fund advance our mission of educating the next  generation of Jewish leaders and ensuring the future of Conservative/Masorti Judaism.  There are many great ways you can contribute to Torah Fund:  

Give Online (U.S. residents) at https://inspired.jtsa.edu/torahfund 

      * Send a beautiful customized letter in honor of or in memory of someone at  a $28 minimum contribution, on this page;  

      * Send a lovely general ecard or condolence ecard for any contribution  amount on this page;  

      * A donation of any amount can have an acknowledgment email sent to a  recipient;  

      * Set up a recurring gift on this page (monthly, quarterly or semi-annually,  whichever is best for you).  

Send Ecards from our Torah Fund platform at https://torahfundecards.jtsa.edu/  

Donors in the U.S. and Canada can use this site, where we feature many  beautiful designs for all occasions — and if indicated, your affiliate will receive  credit for your purchases. 

Buy a variety of attractive Torah Fund greeting cards from your affiliate.  

Make a legacy gift through your estate planning and become a member of our Torah  Fund Legacy Society.

   

Torah Fund 
The Jewish Theological Seminary 
3080 Broadway www.jtsa.edu/torah-fund  New York, NY 10027
 
 
http://www.jtsa.edu/torah-fund/
torahfund@jtsa.edu

 

Why I donate to Torah Fund                                                                                                                                  A close-up of a logo

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The Torah Fund theme for 2022–23 is Chazak v'Ematz , which means ‘Be Strong and Couragouos’. As the Israelites get ready to enter the Promised Land, the leadership transitions from Moses to Joshua. The Israelites and Joshua are instructed to “be strong and courageous” (Deuteronomy 31:6, 7, 23; Joshua 1:6, 7, 9, 18). The 5783 (2022-2023) Torah Fund pin represents 80 years of ever-increasing strength of the global mission of Torah FundTorah Fund began in 1942 as a scholarship fund and later supported undergraduate housing and programming for each generation of rabbis, cantors, scholars, educators, chaplains, and campus Jewish leaders.

Our strong and courageous supporters have kept Torah Fund thriving for 80 years, allowing us to complete numerous projects to further the education of our future Jewish leaders. We’re delighted to celebrate our 80th anniversary and to provide a Plus $80 option for donors to make an additional contribution above their annual gift in recognition of this noteworthy milestone.

Individual donors to Torah Fund at the Benefactor level or higher receive a stunning Torah Fund pin in recognition of their gift.

How to donate to Torah Fund

Send your check made out to Torah Fund to Beth El Congregation; Beth El Women’s League 1118 W Glendale Ave, Phoenix AZ 85021-8635 Attn: Torah Fund.

You can also make your donation at Donate to Torah Fund (jtsa.edu) 

When you donate $180 or more you will receive this beautiful pin that you can wear proudly showing your support for Torah Fund.

So please join me in supporting Torah Fund  -  B’Yachad we can do this together.

 

Respectively,

Jan Freedman

BEWL Torah Fund

rifreedman@aol.com 

 

 

 

BEWL Officers and Board of Directors

Officers

President: Eileen Bloom
Vice President: Bonnie Kluger
Secretary: Edlyn Soderman
Treasurer: Rose Hirsch
Past President: Anne Zaslow

Board of Directors

Membership: Charleen Holt and Joan Mattisinko
Education/Programming: Judy Zola
Torah Fund: Jan Freedman
Publicity: Alicia Moskowitz
Social Correspondence: Rosemary Isaac

Sun, December 4 2022 10 Kislev 5783