Members of our Temple family, motivated by a desire to memorialize or honor those dear to them, and at the same time interested in providing a service to our Congregation, have established a number of funds. These funds help the Temple maintain many services, as well as provide additional programming that is not covered by the Temple’s regular budget. The funds are listed below, along with the purpose for which each is used. Contributions may be sent to the Temple office and an acknowledgement will be sent promptly to the person or family of the person in whose honor or memory your gift has been made. (There is no mention of the amount contributed.) If you have questions about any of our Temple Funds, the establishment of a new fund, or the wish to honor the memory of a loved one, please contact Jackie Breakstone, Finance Committee chair or the Temple office.
Augments funding of music for High Holy Days services
Established to fund the visit of a Scholar-in-Residence or literary figure
Provides for annual Youth Group discretionary expenditures
Established to maintain and perpetuate the Temple Anshe Hesed Cemetery
Augments the dues and other sources of Temple income. A contribution of $750 or more entitles a name to be placed on an Endowment plaque and the Perpetual Memorial List
Supplements the music program and assists the education program with ongoing quality programs and projects
Provides for educational needs of the Gesher Education Program of the Temple.
Established to ensure the continuity of Outreach and In-reach programs.
Provides the library with funding to purchase books and materials
Provides opportunities to our youth to broaden their Jewish education experiences.
This fund is established for special projects to achieve excellence in the Gesher Education Program
Awards scholarships annually to youth to travel to Israel or other approved educational expenditures.
Provides funds for the maintenance of the parking area
Ensures the survival of Temple Anshe Hesed and Reform Judaism in Erie, PA
Funds designed to ensure that Temple Anshe Hesed will always be guided by the wisdom and spirituality of a Rabbi
Funds Social Justice and outreach programs
Established to educate our youth about the Holocaust
5401 Old Zuck Rd., Erie, PA 16506