Kindle the Light of CBI
“Kindle the Lights, All Eight Nights!”
Spread the act of giving Tzedakah this Chanukah and “Kindle the Light of CBI”
Just as we kindle the lights on the branches of the Chanukah menorah, we need your help supporting the various branches of our congregation. This year, each night of Chanukah will be dedicated to raising awareness and support for a different CBI fund. The goal will be to “kindle the light” for each symbolic candle, by reaching each night’s 1,000 fundraising goal. Please consider giving to each fund to help the light grow even stronger.
Below are the Chosen Funds for each night of this year’s Chanukah initiative. Donations can also be made to the Chesed Fund aka “The Shamash Candle.”
1st Night-Sari Neimark Fund: Donations to this fund alleviate some financial
burden for Early Childhood parents in order to continue a child’s education
at CBI’s Nadel Center for Early Childhood Education (NCECE).
2nd Night-SLJ Scholarship Fund: Donations to this fund help provide financial
assistance for children to attend the Barry Ira Graff School for Living
3rd Night-Kantor Family Center for Justice: Donations to this fund support the
wide range of social action and social justice programs that CBI participates
in within our own community. One example includes the Feed the
Community program with Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church.
4th Night-Women of Reform Judaism/CBI Sisterhood: Donations to this fund
contribute to a wide range of Sisterhood social, spiritual, learning and social
action projects that benefit CBI, the community and Women for Reform
5th Night-Brotherhood: Donations to this fund contribute to a wide range of
Brotherhood social, spiritual, learning and social action projects that benefit
CBI and the community.
6th Night-Pollock Youth Scholarship Fund: Donations to this fund provide
scholarships for our youth to travel to Israel, attend Jewish camps,NFTY
(North American Federation of Temple Youth) retreats SLJ retreats and school trips.
7th Night-Lily Mintz B’nai Mitzvah: Donations to this fund will be used for the
purpose of assisting families with Bar/Bat Mitzvah programming fees.
8th Night-Ezrat Am: Donations to this fund help congregants in times of illness,
challenge or difficulty.
The Shamash (Helper Candle)-Chesed Fund: Donations to this fund help support families by
providing financial assistance for congregational membership.