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Thank you for your gift to TBZ. Please indicate the nature of your donation and the amount you would like to give:

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You may also mail a check payable to Temple Beth Zion to:

1566 Beacon Street
Brookline, MA 02446.

Please include a note with your check stating the name of the person and whether they are being remembered or honored, as well as the name and address of who should receive the acknowledgement card.


If your gift is a dedication...

Your gift to Temple Beth Zion may be dedicated to the memory of a loved one or in honor of a living person. We hope you will consider making a donation to commemorate life-spiral cycle events such as a new baby, birthday, anniversary, wedding, or just because. If you are making a donation for a Yahrzeit, please let the office know if you would not like it listed in Happenings.

TBZ will send you a written acknowledgement of your gift, as well as a card to the designated individual or family informing them that you have made a generous contribution to TBZ in memory or honor of your friend or relative. In addition, you will receive recognition in the next edition of our Koleinu newsletter (unless you request anonymity).

Commemorative and memorial donations may be made via credit card or by mailing a check payable to Temple Beth Zion to 1566 Beacon Street, Brookline, MA 02446. Please include a note with your check stating the name of the person and whether they are being remembered or honored, as well as the name and address of who should receive the acknowledgement card.

If your gift is to TBZ's Oneg/Kiddush Fund...

At the end of our Kabbalat Shabbat Services on Friday nights and Shabbat mornings, we gather together as a community to say kiddush (bless the wine), make motzi, (bless the challah), and enjoy good food and each other. Our Friday gathering includes light refreshments, and is called an Oneg; Saturday we enjoy Kiddush lunch. We often sponsor this event as a way to mark special moments in our lives—a bar/bat mitzvah or birthday, a Yahrzeit, or as a way to simply say a special thank you to someone. This also offers the community an opportunity to share with us, and for us to give back to the community.

For more information...

For more information about donations to Temple Beth Zion, please contact the shul’s Development Committee or call 617-566-8171.

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