|TWA Opening Luncheon||
Join us for The Temple Women’s Association’s (Virtual) Opening Luncheon
Wednesday, September 22 at 11:30 am at The Temple
Jewish Theater and the New Normal
A presentation by Faye Sholiton
Although we are now hosting Faye Sholiton on Zoom, we are offering a box lunch for pick-up on the morning of the event-- Wednesday, September 22 from 9:30-10:30 am. The deadline for ordering the lunch is Tuesday, September 14.
Faye Sholiton, is an award winning playwright and Artistic Director of the Cleveland Interplay Jewish Theater. She will discuss the effect the pandemic has had on her theater and what to expect next.
Please indicate your preference for a chicken caesar wrap or vegetarian wrap.
|TWA Gift Shop|
|Judiaca Shop Order Form||We are pleased to shift our giftshop to an online experience!
|Ganon Gil Inquiry Form|
|Pathways: Life After High School|
|Membership Information Request Form|
|JEWISH YOUTH ISRAEL TRIP SCHOLARSHIP CONFIDENTIAL APPLICATION|
|Financial Aid Application for Jewish Teen Leadership Events||Financial Aid Application for Jewish Teen Leadership Events Supported by The Temple Teen Scholarship Fund The Temple - Tifereth Israel, 2017-2018|
|(5159) The Temple Adult B'nai Mitzvah Fund|
|Reserve Your Hanukkah Goodies and/or Order Dinner||
We're excited to celebrate with you! If you are registering to receive your Temple goodies box gift, please include the number of Temple members in your household and their names.
If you are ordering meals, payment will be collected at the end of the form. Both the goodies gift and meals can be picked up between 3:00 - 5:30 on Friday, December 11.
|Yom Ha'atzmaut Celebration|
|2021 Congregational Picnic||
SADLY THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED IN ORER TO PROTECT OUR COMMUNITY! WE HOPE TO GATHER BE ABLE TO SAFELY GATHER FOR A PICNIC SOON!
|Temple Youth and Teen Events||
Online registration and payment for participation in upcoming events.
|Madrich/a Parent Form - Due by August 15, 2019 (*required, use NA if not applicable)||
Madrichim - Madrichim serve as role models for our students, assistants to our teachers and essential help at The Temple-Tifereth Israel Learning Center. To be eligible for the Madrichim program you must attend Chai Learning with consistent attendance. 7th grade students who attend our Chai Learning program on Sundays are NOT eligible to be madrichim on Sundays. As a madrich/a, there are opportunities to work Saturdays, Sundays, or Wednesdays. Madrichim assist in learning spaces, the office or as specialists.
-Madrichim Orientation - Wednesday, August 28th 5:00-8:00pm. First time madrichim will meet at 5:00pm, returning Madrichim will join us at 6:00pm. Dinner provided.
Compensation - First year madrichim are not monetarily compensated. We will gladly sign any forms you may have to fulfill your community service hours for school or programs. Second year madrichim and above have the option to be paid. Madrichim receive compensation for the session they work (not by the hour).
|Veteran Information Form|
|All In Annual Campaign||
This year, The Temple is facing unexpected challenges due to the COVID-19 crisis. Only with your help can we continue to fulfill our mission to support our Temple families, continue to inspire Jewish values, and create connections that last a lifetime. The needs of our community will grow as the pandemic endures. If there was ever a time when the strength of our congregation was needed, and when your gift will have a strong impact on our future, now is that time. If not now, when?
|Family Ruach Shabbat Dinner|
|JEWISH RESIDENTIAL CAMP SCHOLARSHIP CONFIDENTIAL APPLICATION|
|Tu B'Shevat Celebration|
|Sponsor Bimah Flowers or Oneg|
|Donations In Honor or Memory of..||
An honor or memorial contribution are a wonderful way to celebrate a birthday, an anniversary, the arrival of a child – or to remember the life of someone who has passed away.
Your donations to these Temple funds are greatly appreciated.
|Snack Shop Student Account Form||
The Wednesday afternoon snack shop is offering an optional prepay system for students wishing to buy snacks using this form.
The system works as follows:
The Snack Shop will gladly continue to accept cash, as it always has.
|Membership Profile Financial Commitment Form|
|Sunday Morning Bagel Sponsor|
|2021/2022 Membership Recommitment Form|
|Dues Payment and/or Account Payment||
Did you recently receive a statement from The Temple-Tifereth Israel? You may pay the amount due or the total amount outstanding here with a credit card. If you would like to split your payments, have any questions about your balance, or wish to pay by check, cash or appreciated securities, please contact Hope Miller at 216-831-3233 extension 107 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org (if you would like to make a donation, please use the In Honor or Memory Of form)
Did you recently receive a statement from The Temple-Tifereth Israel? You may pay the amount due or the total amount outstanding here with a credit card. If you would like to split your payments, have any questions about your balance, or wish to pay by check, cash or appreciated securities, please contact Suzanne Utley at 216-831-3233 extension 105 or by email at email@example.com (if you would like to make a donation, please use the In Honor or Memory Of form)
In addition to dues, new congregants are required to support our building fund which provides for on-going maintenance, refurbishment and repair. The building fund commitment is $1,200 payable over 2 years or $1,750 over 7 years. Please use this form if you have been notified of a payment amount due.
|Brotherhood Donation Form|
|All Temple Hanukkah Celebration|
|TWA Donations & Dues|
|Ganon Gil 2021-2022 Online Registration Contract|
|(4024) Gail Shields Memorial Staff Assistance Fund|
|(4034) Tzedakah Fund|
|(4053) Vicky Lynn, Nathan & Rose Guren Memorial Fund|
|(4136) David A Kaufman Memorial Fund|
|Live Streaming Donations (0264)|
|(4504) Rabbi Roger C. Klein Discretionary Fund|
|(4505) Cantor Kathryn Wolfe Sebo Discretionary Fund|
|(4507) Jeremy Handler Memorial Camp Scholarship Fund|
|(4508) Rabbi Stacy Schlein Discretionary Fund|
|(4510) Rabbi Jonathan Cohen Discretionary Fund|
|(4514) Rabbi Yael Dadoun Discretionary Fund|
|(4995) Caring Congregation Fund (Gemilut Chasadim)|
|(4998) Temple Hunger Fund|
|(5018) Claire F and Stanley W Morgenstern Music Fund||
Fund founder Stan Morgenstern
This fund supports The Temple's Music Program.
|(5024) The Schwartz Family Fund||For the purchase of kiddush cups for Bar/Bat Mitzvah.|
|(5025) Florence Shapero Dance & Music Fund|
|(5031) Miriam Leikind Library Fund||Used to expand our current important educational programs for the religious school students and parents (also stamps).|
|(5032) The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion and Culture Fund||
This fund supports The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion and Culture.
|(5032) The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion and Culture Fund|
|(5033) The Temple Outreach Fund||Outreach programming.
|(5039) Ellen Bonnie Mandel Birthday Flower Fund|
|(5054) The Temple Prayer Book Fund|
|(5061) Environmental Fund|
|(5095) Ethel & Leo Zuckerman Education Fund||
This fund is sponsored by Natalie and Morton Epstein and supports Jewish learning through the arts.
|(5098) Lilyan L. Mandel Memorial Flower Fund|
|(5099) The Ruth & Irving Stern Holy Ark Fund||Funding for the Sanctuary Ark.|
|(5105) Torah Study Fund||
Purpose: To strengthen and broaden the study of Torah, to enhance the ongoing Shabbat morning study group, to bring further quality Torah study experiences to the adults and children of The Temple.
|(5114) Michael and Ronald Schumann Yom Hashoah Candle Fund||To purchase Yom Hashoah candles for all the homes of the religious school families and additional candles available during the services prior to Yom HaShoah|
|(5132) William R. Joseph Jewish Music Appreciation Fund||
This endowment fund is sposored by William Joseph to develope a special library collection of traditional and contemporary renditions of Jewish Music.
|(5157) Meshorer/Ascherman/Bedol Fund||
This fund was established by Marshall and Marilyn Bedol and supports The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion and Culture.
|(5163) Jonathan Lee Gross Memorial Museum Fund||
This fund was established by Daniel and Hallie Gross and supports The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion and Culture.
|(5164) The Temple Arts Tribute Fund|
|(5165) The Temple Rock My Soul Shabbat Fund||To allow musicians to perform for Friday night Shabbat Services.|
|(5171) Heline Korach Stotter Memorial Scholarship Fund|
|(5175) The Debra Hartzmark Jacobs Memorial Library Program Fund|
|(5177) The Eisenberg Israel Scholarship Fund|
|(5178) The Laon Special Music Fund||Music programming at the discretion of Cantor and Arts Director.
|(5179) Richard and Susan Block Camp Scholarship Fund||A tribute fund for scholarships to attend summer camp with first priority to children attending URJ Camps.
|(6044) The William and Betty Katz Lecture Fund|
|(6064) The Temple General Endowment Fund||
Our Endowment consists of monies contributed by devoted congregants for generations, specially protected in that the money is invested and only the investment income is used to support Temple programs, i.e. the contributions cannot be spent. Our Endowment provides a reliable source of income in perpetuity.
|Temple Tomorrow Donations||
Your donation to the Temple Tomorrow Campaign is
|(6087) Janet and Edward Friedman Campership Fund||Scholarship aid to a Jewish summer camp given to an outstanding youngster.
|(6100) Evans Fund||
Fund Founder, Charles Evans
|(6115) Peter Cristal Camp Scholarship Fund|
|(6117) Gould Endowment Fund||An endowment fund created by Betsy Gould for the Temple's discretionary use.
|(6127) Ruth and Jules Vinney Special Music Fund||
This endowment fund was created by Ruth Vinney z'l to assist in providing creative music programs at theTemple.
Daughter, Margo Vinney
|(6135) Michael D. London Memorial Fund||This endowment fund was created by Michael London's father Alan London in memory of Michael for the Temple's discretionary use.
|(6144) The Meisel Family Artistic Fund||
This Endowment Fund was established by The Meisel Family and supports The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion and Culture.
|(6149) Alice S and Bertram H Lefkowich Endowment Fund||
An endowment fund to support general operation needs of the Temple.
|(6150) Sanford A Sugarman Endowment Fund||
An endowment created by Stephen Sugarman fund to supplement The Temple's general endowment.
|(6154) Lampl Family Fund||
An endowment fund to supplement The Temple's general operating needs.
|(6156) The Meisel-Pesses Fund||
An endowment fund to supplement The Temple's general operating needs.
|(6157) Merrill D Gross Endowment Fund||
An endowment fund to supplement The Temple's general operating needs. This is not the fund that supports the Merrill D. Gross Annual Distinguished Service Award (6158)
|(6158) Gross Distinguished Service Award Fund||
This is the fund that supports the Merrill D. Gross Distinguished Service Award
|(6159)Leonard and Joan Eigner Endowment Fund||
My husband, Leonard Eigner was raised in the Conservative movement, but was happy to join The Temple for me. He was very outgoing and immediately became active,enjoying services, programs and activities. We both had so much respect for our clergy and were very proud to be members. When Leonard became ill in 2007, he wanted to leave a legacy, to establish a permanent fund to perpetuate our relationship with The Temple-Tifereth Israel... - Joan Eigner
|(6161) Becky Wolfe Memorial Fund|
|(6163) Elinor K and Stuart E Gross Religious School Fund||
This fund supports Temple Learning Center operations.
|(4014) Ricky Levine Memorial Fund||
This endowment fund is sposored by Phyllis and Richard Levine and supports library and teen learning materials.
|(6166) Leonard & Joan Ronis Memorial Music Fund||
This endowment fund is sposored by Leonard Ronis and supports music learning at The Temple.
|(6169) Wiesenberger Family Camp Scholarship Fund|
|(6171) The Dorothy Garfunkel Baker Fine Arts Fund||
This Endowment Fund was established by Stephen and Marilyn Garfunkel and supports The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion and Culture.
|(6172) Amanda Rachel Wien Advocacy Fund||Established by Randi and Charles Wiento fund an annual award in the amount of $500.00 to be given to a Temple student who demonstrates extraordinary commitment to advocating for those in need and to provide financial support annually, as funds are available, for social justice programs that advocate for women and children in need.|
|(6173) Lindsay E. Stark and Cassidy Stark Impink Social Action Endowment Fund||
Peggy and Cliff Stark
|(6174) William R. Weidenthal and Evelyn Weidenthal Blum Camp and Education Scholarship Endowment Fund|
|(6176) Sidney M. & Harriet A. Polk Worship & Music Fund||
This endowment fund is sponsored by David Polk and supports The Temple's worship and music program.
|(6178) Isidore and Toby Helfand Torah Study Fund|
|(6180) Natalie and Mort Epstein Cultural Arts Fund||
This endowment fund was created by Natalie and Mort Epstein to support Jewish learning through the arts and Jewish cultural activities.
|(6181) Gevelber Library Endowment Fund|
|(6187) Kahn Visual/Hearing Impaired Fund|
|(6188) The Nancy and Marvin Whitman Temple Museum Fund||
This Endowment Fund was established by Dr. Marvin and Nancy Whitman and supports The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion and Culture.
|(6189) The Hochman Family Fund||
Carol and I started the fund to memorialize our positive feelings for The Temple after my three years as Temple President. The Fund produces 5% annually in discretionary dollars which the Temple President can utilize for extras beyond normal budgetary items. We like the discipline that endowment funds provide and look forward to augmenting the Fund over the years. We also provided for continuing Family involvement even if, as is the case now, our children live elsewhere. We hope they will stay connected with The Temple in that and other ways.
- Ken Hochman
|(6190) The Stanley and Laura Klein Israel Scholarship Fund|
|(6192) The Victor M. Eichler and Betty Buka Eichler Camp Memorial Fund (Camp Scholarships)|
|(6193) The Bernice and Beverly Gans Family Endowment Fund|
|(6196) The Sandra Zieve Visiting Scholar Fund|
|(6198) The Debra Jacobs Book Discussion Fund|
|(6199) Wendy and Gene Elconin Music and Arts Fund||
This endowment fund was created by Wendy and Gene Elconin to support the Temple's music and arts programming.
|(6200) The Temple Arts Fund||
This Endowment Fund supports programming and activities like Fest Aviv, SmART Sundays, Congregational Choir, Youth Choir, Temple Ensemble, Klezmer U, Photography Club and Kol Isha.
|(6201) The Temple Learning Fund||
This Endowment Fund supports the Temple Religious School, Ganon Gil, Shabbaton, Torah Study, Featured Fridays, Adult B'nai Mitzvah and Downtown Talmud.
|(6202) The Temple Cemetery Fund||
This endowment fund supports Mayfield Cemetery and Mausoleum.
|(6203) The Norma and Ernie Siegler Family Discretionary Fund|
|(6205) The Belinda Yen-Lieberman and James Lieberman Mayfield Cemetery Fund||
“We feel privileged to support the Temple Tomorrow Campaign. As we look forward to the exciting new spaces at the Temple we also think about the generations that have preceded us. Thus we have elected to create our endowment fund to benefit Mayfield Cemetery. Mayfield Cemetery is the final resting place for our families, our friends, our teachers, our Rabbis, our Veterans, and for the people that have cared for us. We are honored to be able to strengthen the bonds between the generations by supporting Mayfield Cemetery.”
- Drs. Belinda Yen-Lieberman and James Lieberman
|(6206) The Doris Heller Cramer Sound Technology Fund||
“Because TempleTomorrow will bring much needed improvements to the Temple’s sound systems, I am very happy to be able to help the congregants by contributing to our new state of the art audio enhancements.”
- Doris Heller Cramer
|(6207) The Wald Family Garden Fund|
|(6208) The Nancy Malevan Levy and Howard A. Levy Fund for Music and Learning|
|(6209) The Michael and Zoya Reyzis Lifelong Learning Fund, in honor of Rabbi Roger C. Klein||"Michael and Zoya Reyzis wanted to recognize this inspiring teacher while reconfirming their strong belief in the great value of education at any age. They added that Rabbi Klein’s erudition not only benefits our congregation, but the depth and breadth of his knowledge are appreciated throughout our community."|
|(6210) The Brock Family Fund|
|(6211) The Joann Levy TWA Youth Scholarship Fund|
|(6213) The Sanford and Sally Heiser Temple Family Connections Fund|
|(6214) The Wendy Jo Dannenhirsh Memorial Museum Fund|
|(6216) James, Bobbi, and Betsy Reich Memorial Fund|
|(6084) Saul and Rosalind Biskind Family Fund||
Rosalind and Saul Biskind