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List of Funds

Your donations are crucial for the ongoing work of the Narayever. There are many different aspects of shul life where you can help. Following is a list of our shul funds:

Kiddush Fund
The Narayever offers a kiddush lunch after services each week. This fund helps pay for shul sponsored kiddushim. 

Membership Subsidy Fund
This fund helps offset subsidies given to members who are unable to pay for their full synagogue dues.

Building Renewal Fund
This fund supports our current building accessibility and expansion project.

Yom Kippur Appeal                                                                                                                                               Fulfilling the mitzvah of tzedakah

Rosh Hashanah Appeal

Meeting the needs of our growing congregation.


ShinShinim Fund
This fund is set up to support our shul’s participation in the UJA Federation ShinShinim program, through which two young Israelis spend a year bringing their knowledge and love of Israel to our community.

Youth Fund
The Narayever offers a vibrant program of activities for youth of all ages. This fund supports our youth programming.

Adult Education Fund
This fund pays for speakers and other educational programming held throughout the year.

Torah Fund
This fund is for the purchase, upkeep and repair of our Torah scrolls.

Hesed Fund
This fund supports the maintenance of our shul cemetery, and the needs of shul members at times of loss as well as celebration.

General Fund
General donations help pay for the day to day expenses of the Shul.

Building Fund
This fund is used specifically for onging building improvements and renovations.

Celebrations Fund
This fund pays for holiday celebrations such as the Sukkot and Shavuot Kiddushim.

Tzedaka / Social Action Fund
Donations to this fund are donated to worthy causes in the community as decided by the Social Action Committee.

Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund
These funds are used at the Rabbi’s discretion. Some of the ways he uses this fund include providing assistance for young people going to a Jewish camp or on an Israel program, to help individual members of the congregation get through a rough patch or buy Pesach food, to encourage shul members who are engaging in Jewish learning, and to support worthy causes and organizations in the wider community. The fund may also be used to support special projects or initiatives within the shul that are not covered by the regular shul budget.

Daniel Camenietzki Library Fund
This fund helps to pay for books and periodicals for the Shul lending and reference library.

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