Temple Shalom Synagogue Center

    ...a welcoming congregation in Auburn, Maine

Giving

There are many ways to support Temple Shalom!

  • Attending services and events
  • Sponsor an Oneg Shabbat or a Kiddush for a special occasion.
  • Donate items to the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Project, which serves homeless students at Lewiston High School.
  • Drop off your cans and bottles at Roopers (545 Minot Ave, Auburn or 794 Sabattus St, Lewiston) and tell them they are for Temple Shalom.
  • Join a committee and participate! See Contact Us for list of committee chairs.
  • Donate books to our library (see our Library page for more information).
  • Log onto Amazon Smile (see link at top), which allows you to choose Temple Shalom as your charity; we receive 0.5% of every purchase you make through that site.
  • Donate to any of our funds.

General Fund: Maintains operation of the facility.

Abromson Fund: In memory of Michael Abromson; unspecified

Bodenheimer Passover Fund: In memory of Bert Bodenheimer; supports our annual seder

Family Hebrew School Fund

George E. Shapiro Memorial Fund: Unspecified

Library Fund

Marcus Memorial Garden Fund: Supports garden on right-hand side of walkway

Mitzvah Fund: Supports events as determined by the Program Committee

Minyanaire’s Fund: Supports charity as determined by the minyanaires

Pulpit/Prayer Book Fund

Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund: Supports various community needs not covered by other agencies

Randall Silver Library Fund: Supports purchase of library furnishings

Shirley Goodman Memorial Fund: Supports interior decoration and maintenance of temple building

Bell Memorial Chapel Fund

Cemetery Fund: Supports maintenance of the cemetery

Cohen/Levoy Garden Fund: Supports garden on left-hand side of walkway

Endowment Fund: General support of temple

Nussinow Nursery School Fund

Rabbinic Retention Fund: Supports rabbi’s salary

Youth Fund: Supports youth events when this group is active

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