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#ForeverYoungIsrael Matching Donation Campaign
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$7,260 by 27 people
Young Israel of San Diego
The Young Israel of San Diego Community is only possible with your support!
For the first time in our Shul's 30-year history, we are running an online matching campaign to encourage greater participation from our members in the growth and development of our wonderful community. We are excited to announce...
All donations made during this campaign will be matched! Here's how you can get involved:
Location: Young Israel of San Diego 7291 Navajo Rd San Diego, CA 92119
Date: Tuesday, December 26th, 2017 at 5:30 PM
BYOP (Bring Your Own Phone)
Please join us for a fun evening as we party with Pizza and:
YISD is a member of the Young Israel family of synagogues. We strive to provide our members and visitors with a meaningful and inspiring prayer and Torah learning environment.
Located at 7289 Navajo Road in the beautiful east county community of San Carlos, Young Israel of San Diego welcomes Jews of all backgrounds and levels of observance.
Our shul has been in existence since 1989. We service the Del Cerro and San Carlos Jewish communities. We provide many with the opportunity to fulfill their spiritual needs and to come closer to the service of G-d whether it be through minyanim, classes or simply being there when people need us.
However, we must also look forward and reach out and touch the lives of so many more people. Rabbi Frand often points out that Ya’akov, our forefather, saw a vision of the Angels climbing up and down on a ladder. Why did the vision include a ladder? He answered that a ladder wasn’t made to be stood on. Either you go up or go down on it, so too in Judaism. We can never be satisfied with our accomplishments and rest on our laurels. We must constantly strive to move forward.
- Rabbi Chaim Hollander
With special thanks to our very generous seed donors for making this possible: Renee Feinswog, Rob Hillman, David Seitel, Robert and Claire Sigal, anonymous