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Campaign of Giving, Pillars of Possibility


This year our fundraising efforts are moving forward with improvements determined by discussions with our members and learning from the experts.

Our goal is to work together to grow the best parts of what Temple Anshe Sholom has to offer. We are calling them our PILLARS OF POSSIBILITY. Each pillar is a foundational part of Temple Anshe Sholom's success as a community and worship space, and they all need your support to be successful for the years to come.


Four Pillars of Possibility have been identified:

Adult & Family Programming, Eat, Meet & Greet, Equality & Justice, and Jewish Choreography

While we offer everyone a free seat to all of our High Holy Day Happenings we are also running our 2023 CAMPAIGN OF GIVING and encourage everyone to express their gratitude and support through this act of Tzedakah. In the past, like many synagogues, we have sold tickets for our High Holy Day services at $180 per family. Giving more helps those in need access our services. These funds help us cover the expenses of maintaining our facility, securing excellent clergy, educators and staff members, and offering engaging learning programs and social events throughout the year. Your help in maintaining our community is essential. 

To donate, please type the donation dollar amount in the boxes below each program/project description.

What are your favourite aspects of Jewish life at
Temple Anshe Sholom?

We encourage you to give generously to projects & programs
about which you are passionate. 

Programs & Events held outside of the Temple

Social programs, Shabbat activities and holiday events for families with young children.
Programs for families of all ages and stages. Examples may include Family picnics, trivia nights, holiday & ritual learning programs, and social outings such as bowling or skating.
Junior and Senior youth activities for High School and Middle school-aged students. Included kallot (week-end retreats) with other youth groups throughout the North East Lakes region.

Upgrades to enhance outside rental opportunities.
Upgrades and enhancements to all public foyer & hall spaces
Renovations to the washroom outside the Mandell Auditorium to make it comfortable and accessible to all.

Renovations to the Baskin Sanctuary to make the Bimah accessible for all.
Programs for all ages that span the richness of Jewish religious and cultural life
Connecting our Jewish community with the larger Hamilton community through interfaith and social justice projects.
Offering Jewish films and discussions as part of our Adult Education
Offering expert speakers in areas of interest to our members
Workshops dedicated to exploring significant events in Jewish life, from birth and parenting to marriage and mourning
Workshops on contemporary ways to enhance your Jewish holiday celebrations

Sun, July 14 2024 8 Tammuz 5784