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Please Support Our Shul

Charity is an act of love, kindness and compassion. It is also a duty, a privilege, a right, an act of justice, a humbling experience (even more for the giver than for the recipient) and a badge of identity…

The Shul offers a wide range of ongoing classes, events, lectures and services to the community at large.

In order to maintain the quality of our programming and facility please help us with your tax-deductible donation.

Please choose the program/s that you would like to support:

The Shul Educational Institute: Community Kolel & Torah Education, Ongoing Classes, Intl. Conference on Jewish Education, Torah & Science Conference, Semicha Program for the Layman

Meyer Youth Center: Hebrew School, Fathers and Son learning program, Mothers & daughters learning programs, Mishmar Torah learning & Sports, Bar & Bat Mitzvah Clubs, Teen Club, After School & Homework Programs, Shabbos Programs, Tehillim Club, Released Time programs in public schools.

Outreach: Chasidic Gatherings for the community, Speakers Forums, Tefillin and Mezuzah Bank, Home and Business Visitations, Spanish - Social & Spiritual Enhancement, Shabbatons, Holiday Programs, Singles Events, Million Mitzvah Campaign

Spiritual Enhancement: Educational Scholarships for Jewish Day Schools in South Florida, Mikvah for Ladies and Men, Shul Web Site, Couples Forum

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TO DONATE TO THE SHUL'S SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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