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Give to Temple Israel,  Columbus, Ohio - Contributions

We welcome your generous donations of support to any of the ongoing Temple Israel funds.

Your contributions ensure a strong future and play an essential role in a thriving congregation. Thank you.

Adult Education Fund – Provides for Adult Education programming including Lifelong Learning. Also supports special lecture series and programs, including Artists- or Scholars-in-Residence.

Building Fund/Shuvu Campaign - Please visit our Shuvu campaign page for more information about the renovation project at our future home -- 3100 E. Broad Street.

Cantor's Discretionary Fund – Funds available for the Cantor's use in supporting programs and causes of her choosing.

Flower Fund – Provides floral arrangements for special occasions throughout the year. Also provides for the planting and maintenance of the gardens and beds on the Temple property.

General Fund – Supports the operating budget of the congregation, supplementing dues to cover day-to-day expenses.

Mitzvah Angels Fund – Provides support to offset the costs related to planning and executing home deliveries of food and gifts made to congregants at times of stress.

Music Fund – Enhances the musical traditions of Temple Israel, including special programming and concerts.

Oneg Shabbat/Kiddush Fund – Supports weekly Happy Half Hour, Erev Shabbat Oneg and Shabbat Kiddush.

President’s Fund – Allows the President to fund special programs at their discretion. 

Rabbi Mars' Discretionary Fund – Funds available for the Rabbi's use in supporting programs and causes of her choosing.

Religious School Fund – Donations to this fund support our Religious School.

Senior Program Fund - Donations assist funding for the monthly Senior Group programming.

Social Justice Fund – Donations assist in funding worthwhile projects of the Social Justice Team.

Tikkunapalooza Support – Helps support Tikkunapalooza, a congregation-wide annual day of intergenerational Tikkun Olam, repairing the world, through mitzvot across the greater Columbus community. 

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