WHAT ARE NAMED FUNDS
Temple Beth Sholom is blessed to have so many visionary member families who have graciously decided to establish specific named funds in order to support a certain area of the Temple where they see a particular need. These funds have been launched by our benefactors who have given generously to ensure the success of the fund. These are known as restricted funds and are different than the fundraising for our Legacy Endowment Campaign in that they are for a specific purpose and those who contribute to them after they are established are seeking them out to support a friend or family member’s fund.
WHY SET UP A NAMED FUND
Our philanthropic members have set up these funds listed below for a variety of reasons that strike a personal chord within their hearts. Be it as a means of memorializing or honoring a loved one, commemorating a special event, scholarships, teen trips to Israel, The March of the Living or innovative educational endeavors; the funds are enhanced even further as during the course of each year, often friends and family members of the donors contribute to the growth of each fund, when an opportunity arises for them to make a donation such as for a Bar or Bat Mitzvah, anniversary, Yahrzeit, etc.
To make a donation to any of these named funds, click here. If you are interested in establishing a named fund, we would be happy to speak with you. Please contact Ilana Gilat at email@example.com or 305-538-7231 x134
EXPLANATION OF FUNDS
We encourage you to read all about the unique funds that have been set up and to consider making a contribution to help grow them and benefit different areas of need in our Temple and community.
Blaustein Enrichment Fund
Being long time members of Temple Beth Sholom, Donna and Arnie Blaustein set up the Blaustein Enrichment Fund to celebrate their anniversary. The fund was set up in order to support education enrichment by bringing educators and or scholars to TBS to lecture, teach and train.
Broad Bussel Innovative Education Fund
The Broad Bussel family have been Temple Beth Sholom members for over 70 years. In recognition of the fact that both TBS and education have played major roles in the lives of the Broad Bussel family, the fund was created to support unbudgeted innovative educational programming at TBS’ School for Living Judaism.
David M. Dubrow Memorial Fund
In 2013, David Dubrow tragically passed away at the age of 21. David grew up at Temple Beth Sholom, went to our Foundation School and to the School for Living Judaism. The Dubrow family decided to establish the David M. Dubrow Memorial Fund, creating a dedicated perpetual scholarship fund with the goal of providing the opportunity for TBS teens with financial need to participate in Israel- based programs.
Dr. Francine Herold Foundation School Scholarship Fund
Francine Herold was the past Director of the Foundation school for many years. When she passed away this fund was set up to enhance early childhood education.
Fund to Inspire Richer Education (Project F.I.R.E.)
Diana and Andrew Schultz are Foundation School parents and are passionate about the early childhood program and the Reggio Emilia teaching approach. The purpose of the fund is to promote and protect the continued evolution of the Foundation School’s educational and child development programs.
Keren Dorim Fund
The Keren Dorim Fund was set up to honor Rabbi and Joanie Glickstein commemorating 25 years at TBS. The word ‘Keren’ means a light or a ray of light and ‘Dorim’ means generations in Hebrew. This fund translates to mean ‘the light of generations’. The fund was set up by Rabbi Gary and Joanie Glickstein to further programming for the generations and special projects.
Miller Pertnoy Shapiro Fund
Phyllis and David Miller were long time active Temple Beth Sholom members. They were prominent and active in our congregation for decades. The Millers were business partners with the Pertnoy and Shapiro families. All of the three family’s children set up this fund to honor their service at Temple. The Miller Pertnoy Shapiro Fund was set up in order to help underwrite the cost of sending youth leaders to NFTY (North American Federation of Temple Youth), local conventions and leadership development.
Ossip Memorial Fund
The Ossip Memorial Fund was set up by Dr. Bobbi Ossip in honor of her parents Jeanne and George Ossip. The fund was set up to support the School for Living Judaism.
Rabbi Harry Jolt Memorial Fund
Rabbi Harry Jolt was the Auxiliary Rabbi at Temple Beth Sholom for over 30 years. He retired from a successful career in the Conservative movement to become an important part of the Temple’s community. The fund was set up to provide funding for general scholarships that may be used towards Camp Coleman, Israel trips and youth programming.
Rabbi Gary Glickstein Youth Scholarship Fund
This fund was set up to honor Rabbi Gary Glickstein on his 18th anniversary with Temple Beth Sholom. The fund was set up to provide funding for scholarships for Israel, Jewish camping and leadership experiences.
Rabbi Gayle Pomerantz Women’s Programming and Studies Fund
This fund was set up by Rabbi Pomerantz’ adult B’not Mitzvah class of 5761 (2000-2001) to honor Rabbi Pomerantz. The fund was set up to provide funding for women’s programming and studies.
Richard A. Sharpstein Memorial Fund
Richard Sharpstein was a long time member of Temple Beth Sholom. He was deeply devoted to caring for homeless individuals. The fund was set up to establish an annual event in Richard’s memory to bring food and cheer to homeless individuals in our community.
Sandra Mordujovich Memorial Fund
The Mordujovich family have been members at Temple Beth Sholom for over 35 years. When Malka and Jorge’s daughter Sandra passed away at too young an age, they decided to start a named fund in Sandra’s memory to support causes that were important to Sandra. Sandra was a teacher who loved to teach children about the Siddur and other aspects of Judaism. The fund was set up to provide funding to youth projects.
Shirley Miller Memorial Fund
Shirley Miller was a very active board member and school board member of Temple Beth Sholom. When Shirley Miller passed away, this fund was set up by the Sisterhood in her memory. The fund was set up to provide funding and scholarships for Israel trips for teens through the Sisterhood/Women of Reform Judaism.
Singerman Family Fund
Paul Singerman set up this fund in memory of his brother Rick Singerman when he passed away. The Singerman Family Fund helps fund Mazon, for the feeding of the homeless and helps provide the feeding program at the Chapman Center downtown.
Sylvia and Alex Rubin Fund
The Sylvia and Alex Rubin Fund was set up by Robert Rubin, in honor and memory of his parents Sylvia and Alex who were long time members of Temple Beth Sholom. The fund was set up to help provide scholarships of any kind needed at Temple Beth Sholom in memory of Sylvia and Alex Rubin.
Zuckerman Family Foundation School Scholarship Fund
Steve and Cheryl Zuckerman were married by Rabbi Pomerantz in 2002. Their daughters Hannah and Myla both attended Foundation School. The family wanted to give back to the place that has brought their family so much joy. The fund provides need-based scholarships for the Foundation School.