Making a contribution to Congregation B’nai Israel is a wonderful way to honor a loved one’s memory or acknowledge a special occasion. In addition to the General Fund we have several other vital funds.
Your contribution helps support our continued investment in all areas of CBI.
Your contribution provides funds to upgrade our programs, classrooms, and playground area at our CBI Child Development Center.
Your contribution furthers youth art programs at CBI. This fund was established by the Zembrosky family in memory of Daniel Zembrosky.
Your contribution will help to fund improvements to the Hillary Beth Moss Youth Lounge. The fund may also subsidize USY events, with a preference toward helping fund social action events, as well as provide need-based assistance for individual USY convention and retreat fees.
Your contribution helps fund Junior Congregation the 3rd Saturday of the month for children in grades 2-5.
Your contribution help supports weekly Shabbat Kiddush luncheons at CBI.
Your contribution provides scholarship for members to help offset the cost of membership.
Your contribution provides scholarships for children in the Youth Department at CBI. The fund subsidizes Kadima and USY conference fees, and USY retreat fees. This fund was established by the Kahn family in memory of Paul Kahn.
Your contribution provides funds for Rabbi Spitz to use at his discretion for charitable and religious purposes that are consistent with the CBI policy for use of discretionary funds.
Your contribution provides funds for Rabbi Spitz to use at his discretion to help care for those in need.
Your contribution provides funds that enhance the programs for children in the CBI Religious School.
Your contribution provides funds for children to attend Camp B’nai Ruach who would otherwise not be able to afford the full cost of camp. The fund was established to honor the memory of Rosalie Wattenberg and her love of children.
Your contribution will help fund CBI’s security needs.
Your contribution supports our work in caring for others in our CBI community and the community at large.