Thank you for considering a donation to Temple Sinai, a warm, welcoming, egalitarian, and inclusive member-supported Conservative Jewish community. There are many reasons to donate, and multiple ways to do so.
Temple Sinai plays an important role in the lives of many people. Your gifts allow us to positively assist individuals on the North Shore and elsewhere by providing religious services, adult education, socialization opportunities, charitable offerings and other programmatic endeavors.
Temple Sinai was, is and will remain a caring spiritual community with a diverse membership of vibrant, engaged and dedicated members. At Temple Sinai, we celebrate our joys together, and support one another in times of need. We learn and grow with one another, discover deeper meaning in our lives, and deepen our roots.
Your donations help ensure that our traditions and commitment to repairing the world (tikkun olam) will continue. They WILL make a difference in the lives of others.
You can donate in many ways:
- Make a specific Donation for an individual or special occasions via our printable or online Donation Pages
- Examples include birthdays, anniversaries, get well wishes and expressions of sympathy
- Purchase a ticket for a special event or lecture via our printable or online Donation Pages
- Shop with Scrip
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- Purchase a plaque for the Founders Hall Wall of Tribute
- Sponsor a Shabbat Kiddush or a special Oneg (celebration)
- Endow Temple Sinai via Planned and Legacy Giving
Donate to Temple Sinai
To donate by check or credit card and by using a printed form, please click on this link to access the Donations and Contributions form.
After completing the form, please mail it to Temple Sinai, 1 Community Road, Marblehead, MA 01945. For special events, please write the name of the event on the outside of the envelope. For online contributions, the minimum donations is $18.00.
To donate online via a secure payment, please click here or on the Donate button below.
By clicking on the Donate button, you will be redirected to the PayPal secure payment site. You can make your donation using a credit card or your PayPal account.
For Special Designations (such as tickets for events or lectures), while on the PayPal site, please use the “Add special instructions to recipient” box to enter any specific information regarding your donation. Examples include In Honor Of, Occasion, or any other instructions.
The Founders Hall Memorial Wall of Tribute
At Temple Sinai, we take pride in our beautiful Wall of Tribute. The Wall of Tribute graces Founder’s Hall and has raised over $70,000 during the last decade. More than half of the funds generated were used for capital improvements including new lighting and air conditioning. Additional funds were used to help build the handicapped-accessible bathroom. The Wall, established by Irwin and Mildred Zeramby, is a wonderful way to honor someone special, and is immediately viewed by everyone walking through our main doors.
Create a lasting tribute to celebrate a simchah (joyous life event) – such as a birthday, wedding, anniversary, brit milah, brit bat, baby naming, bar or bat mitzvah, or choose to memorialize a loved one(s) or his or her special accomplishments.
For more information, please contact the office at 781-631-2763.
Sponsor a Kiddush or Oneg
We invite you to sponsor or co-sponsor a Kiddush on a Shabbat or Holiday morning or a special Oneg (celebration) at a time of your choosing in memory of a departed loved one, on the occasion of a special simchah, or simply as a mitzvah for Temple Sinai. The cost to sponsor a Kiddush luncheon or Oneg at Temple Sinai is $180. For more information and available dates, please contact the office at 781-631-2763.
Planned and Legacy Giving
Planned or Legacy Giving is one way to preserve your legacy at Temple Sinai. Your planned gift symbolizes the relationship you and Temple Sinai cultivated together, and to help secure the future of our temple. It is a commitment you make to positively impact our local Jewish community, Judaism, Jewish education and our social action construct in actionable ways. When a person makes a planned gift, it suggests forethought and desire to be and remain a positive force in the lives of so many, now and in the future.