A conservative, egalitarian synagogue

Tribute Funds and Donations

  • Please select the fund(s) to which you would like to


Funds are used for general community programming and operating support 

Funds are used at Rabbi Tucker's discretion.

Funds are usead at Cantor Levin Goldberg's discretion.

Funds are used towards the new hand crafted covers for our Days of Awe Torah scrolls.

Donations are used for special projects enhancing the beauty of the synagogue grounds and landscaping, and/or for improvements to the interior of the building.

This fund assists victims of terror in Israel.

Funds are distributed to organizations and programs in Westchester helping to prevent or alleviate homelessness and hunger.

         Interfaith Council of New Americans - Westchester Refugee Resettlement Project

Members may sponsor, participate in, or contribute to, our Shabbat or holiday kiddushim.
Contact Alla Fine, Catering Manager, for further information.

The Legacy Series brings Jewish music to our community.

Appropriate bookplates are placed in the books purchased through this fund.

Funds are used for the Nursery School playground.

Discretionary parent/teacher organization fund.

Provides funding for Nursery School family members who are ill, bereaved or need other support.

Dedicate a prayer book in memory of a loved one or in honor of a simhah. A bookplate commemorating your generosity will be inserted in each book.

  • Etz Hayim Humash $72
  • Sim Shalom Prayer Book (weekday or Shabbat & Festival) $36
  • Sim Shalom (large type edition) $72
  • Or Hadash (Sim Shalom Commentary) $45
  • The Bond of Life (a book for mourners) $18
  • Mahzor Lev Shalem $54
  • Mahzor Lev Shalem (large type edition) $72

Provides general funding for religious, educational, and other programming.

Contributions are dedicated to the purpose and mission of the fund.

Provides funding for children attending Jewish summer camps.

Funds are used to support Shorashim & Havurat Torah programs.

Helps cover the cost of the birthday parties and arts program that TIC volunteers lead at the Coachman Family Shelter in White Plains. In addition, this fund is used to sponsor birthday parties for children in Israel through the Birthday Angels program.

Provides a Shabbat meal for the bereaved family

These are contributions to the Jewish Theological Seminary.

Funds special education, religious, ritual, community, or development projects.

Contributions in memory of a loved one.

Supports Youth and Family programs.

Funds scholarships for synagogue youth.