Temple Beth-El

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In the past year, because of your support…

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calls and visits from clergy have been made to hospitals and homes.
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pounds of food have been provided to the hungry in Great Neck by 100+ volunteers.
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people have followed us on social media.
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services and programs have been livestreamed to homebound and out-of-state members.
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in financial aid has been awarded annually, so no one is ever turned away from the TBE community.
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NAEYC-accredited, award-winning nursery school to be offered in Great Neck.
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items of medical equipment are available from our lending program to anyone in need - and have been borrowed regularly.
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Jewish learners attended in-person and online adult-education classes.

Temple Beth-El was Great Neck’s first synagogue and is the largest home of liberal Judaism in our community. We are proud to be the center of your social, educational, cultural, and spiritual needs – your Jewish home. Temple Beth-El is changing lives today and shaping our tomorrow.

Charitable gifts have built and sustained Temple Beth-El of Great Neck throughout our history. Support from congregants and non-members helps to provide the means by which we unify our community. Tzedakah underwrites our worship opportunities, helps provide our educational programs, and provides the means to heal our broken world throughout acts of lovingkindness and tikkun olam.

Your donations enable full participation in our community for those who might otherwise be unable to express their Jewish identities, including seniors, young families with children, and the less fortunate.

General tribute donations can be made in honor or in memory of a loved one online, by phone or in person. Tributes must be received by 12 p.m. on Thursdays to be included in the current week’s Shabbat Program. We are happy to discuss your interest in special giving opportunities to support specific areas of interest and naming opportunities.

Donations to the annual campaign, also known as the Eternal Light Initiative (ELI), help sustain many of our programs and operating expenses that membership dues alone do not cover.