In memory of Noach ben Avigdor, Oodle bas Nachum, Reuven ben Yechal Michel, Leib Chaim ben Reuven, Raizal bas Israel HaLevi, and Mordechai ben Nachum
Beth Tefillah's 2020 Annual Campaign!
$76,557 by 30 people
Congregation Beth Tefillah
To our valued congregants and friends,
For many of us, our year has been rocked. It has been robbed. Because of the global pandemic, we have
been distanced from loved ones, faced health challenges, experienced financial difficulties and seen the world in complete disarray.
From the early stages of the crisis, our Rabbis and CBT staff have worked tirelessly to help counsel many members who were dealing with emotional and financial crises, and raising funds for local families. During the months that transpired, we lost loved ones, supported congregants during the darkest times and fostered community and religious inspiration virtually. Our CBT congregation has become a critical epicenter of a vast Covid relief effort, some of it known to the public and much of it less so.
This year, we will truly be relying on our 1ASK-Annual Campaign as a one-time giving opportunity. Instead of our typical Kol Nidre appeal, other solicitations throughout the upcoming year or a grand fundraising event, we ask that you consider supporting CBT through the 1ASK-Annual Campaign to ensure our financial footing. This can be done through an installment pledge (at your discretion) or a one-time gift of your choosing. Among other things, the Covid-19 pandemic has taken away many of our typical sources of revenue.
The 1ASK-Annual Campaign will ensure that our community maintains the highest level of education,
religious, and social programming. We ask for your engagement at any level and we hope to achieve 100% community participation this year. Help us enter into the new year, a year where we can once again enjoy our community and build on the momentum of the great programming from prior to the pandemic.
We know that for many this has been a tough year, but we ask for your consideration at any level and we thank you for your continued support of CBT—a place where we all call home, both physically and spiritually.
Wishing you a Shana Tova U’Metuka!