• 5782/2021 HIGH HOLY DAYS ...


    We are so grateful to be observing these Days of Awe. Having made it through a year of difficult changes and losses, we continue to face uncertainty. The reliability and comfort that TBI provides serves as an important anchor in our lives. Our clergy and temple leadership continue to hold us together as a Jewish community.
     
    Our volunteers do important committee work, deliver challah quarterly, present classes, support children’s programs, check in with congregants, manage our finances, and strengthen our bonds through Membership, Brotherhood and Women of TBI, and improve our world through social action and social justice.
     
    To honor our clergy, leadership, and volunteers, and to ensure the continued health and wellbeing of Temple Beth Israel and our two schools, please give as much as you can to our High Holy Days Annual Appeal. Your kind and generous response is appreciated by everyone associated with TBI – the Trustees, clergy, staff, fellow congregants and the children who represent the future of our congregation.
     
    Every contributions makes a statement of support for Temple Beth Israel.
     
    “Happy are those who act justly, who do tzedakah at all times” - Psalm 106:3
     
    Thank you for your gift!
  • Membership Pledges/Fees


    You may pay your membership pledges, fees, and other Temple obligations on this page. This enables us to balance our budget, strengthen our religious, professional, and administrative staffs, and provide the meaningful programming and services we all enjoy and expect at Temple Beth Israel. Giving today ensures that our congregation will enjoy many tomorrows. Each gift is important - each gift is meaningful - your generosity is most appreciated.
     
  • 22nd Annual Food Drive


    Thank you for participating in our 22ndst annual High Holy Days Food Drive.
    The non-perishable food items you put in this bag will be given to
    Inland Valley Hope Partners on Sunday October 3, 2021
    for distribution to local families in need. And the need is great this year.

    During these extraordinary and difficult times, monetary donations are also welcome. 

    This  year, we are honoring the tireless, generous, and amazing:
    Deena Benjamin 
     
     

  • Tribute Contributions


    Tributes are donations to Temple Beth Israel in honor or memory of their loved ones and friends. When a tribute is made, a card is sent to person being honored or the family of person being remembered, and the tribute is published in the TBI newsletter The Kehillah. Contributions can be made to a number of different program and endowment funds.
  • 5782/2021 Book of Memory


     The Book of Memory is dedicated to the memory of our dear ones and is distributed prior to our Service of Remembrance (Yizkor) on Yom Kippur. Copies will also be available in the Office.  As always, we will include the names of those for whom there are Perpetual Memorial Plaques located in the sanctuary.
     
    In order to complete our book on time, we must have all names NO LATER THAN Tuesday, AUGUST 31, 2021.  Please give this matter your immediate attention and return this form along with your contribution.  Your prompt response will assist us greatly in preparing this year’s Book of Memory.
     
    Should you desire information regarding our Perpetual Memorial Wall or the Book of Memory, please contact Sally Loeb at the TBI Office at 909.626.1277 or at sloeb@tbipomona.org.
  • Support of Virtual Progra...


    Supports the infrastructure (equipment and subscriptions) to stream worship, classes, and other events to Facebook, YouTube, Zoom, and other Platforms.
  • Refugee Support


    Temple Beth Israel has made a commitment to helping refugees in our community.  In conjunction with the TBI Board of Trustees passing a motion to join the HIAS Welcome Campaign (a national refugee advocacy organization), the TBI Board and Social Action Committee are taking steps to assist families locally, as well as creating an infrastructure to help in a more general way. 

    We are currently helping a local family of six from Syria, as well as other refugees in the community, whose needs include financial donations for food, rent, dental work, and help with social services. Financial donations of any amount are welcome and can be made with this form or at the TBI Office.  For more information, contact Deena Benjamin at deenarbenjamin@gmail.com, or call the TBI Office at 909.626.1277.

  • SCRIP Purchase


    The TBI Scrip Gift Card Fundraising Program provides TBI the opportunity to achieve financial sustainability through the shopping that each TBI member already does. Scrip is a way for all of us to support the temple without dipping any further into our household budgets.  This is because scrip income comes from the money we already spend on goods and services every day.
     
    You can buy scrip for your own use or to give as gifts.  There are many ways to order scrip from TBI. The scrip order form is in the Kehillah, online at www.tbipomona.org, and available at the TBI Office. You can also order scrip in person on Sunday mornings when Beit Sefer is in session at the Scrip table in the sanctuary foyer. 

    An online option is at www.escrip.com.  Go to “sign up” and then register your grocery and credit or debit cards.  TBI will automatically get a donation from the stores that you use that are part of the scrip program. You may find them at the “Family of Merchants” on the website. 
     
    If you deceide not to participate, you can still support the program by making a direct contribution to TBI of $125 which is equal to the income that TBI would have received if you had purchased $2,500 of scrip each year. If you wish to make a donation to support the TBI Scrip Fund Raising Program in lieu of purchasing scrip, please do so here. Any amount will be appreciated.
  • Bouquet of Books


    Temple Beth Israel's Louis Family Library has an outstanding collection of over 2000 books, CDs, DVDs, and magazines for all ages. The collection stays fresh and current thanks to generous contributions to the Library Special Fund as well as direct donations of books and other materials. NOTE: This form is set up for up to 3 books. If you wish to sponsor more, please use a second form. Thank you.

5782/2021 HIGH HOLY DAYS ANNUAL APPEAL
We are so grateful to be observing these Days of Awe. Having made it through a year of difficult changes and losses, we continue to face uncertainty. The reliability and comfort that TBI provides serves as an important anchor in our lives. Our clergy and temple leadership continue to hold us together as a Jewish community.
 
Our volunteers do important committee work, deliver challah quarterly, present classes, support children’s programs, check in with congregants, manage our finances, and strengthen our bonds through Membership, Brotherhood and Women of TBI, and improve our world through social action and social justice.
 
To honor our clergy, leadership, and volunteers, and to ensure the continued health and wellbeing of Temple Beth Israel and our two schools, please give as much as you can to our High Holy Days Annual Appeal. Your kind and generous response is appreciated by everyone associated with TBI – the Trustees, clergy, staff, fellow congregants and the children who represent the future of our congregation.
 
Every contributions makes a statement of support for Temple Beth Israel.
 
“Happy are those who act justly, who do tzedakah at all times” - Psalm 106:3
 
Thank you for your gift!
Membership Pledges/Fees You may pay your membership pledges, fees, and other Temple obligations on this page. This enables us to balance our budget, strengthen our religious, professional, and administrative staffs, and provide the meaningful programming and services we all enjoy and expect at Temple Beth Israel. Giving today ensures that our congregation will enjoy many tomorrows. Each gift is important - each gift is meaningful - your generosity is most appreciated.
 
22nd Annual Food Drive
Thank you for participating in our 22ndst annual High Holy Days Food Drive.
The non-perishable food items you put in this bag will be given to
Inland Valley Hope Partners on Sunday October 3, 2021
for distribution to local families in need. And the need is great this year.

During these extraordinary and difficult times, monetary donations are also welcome. 

This  year, we are honoring the tireless, generous, and amazing:
Deena Benjamin 
 
 

Tribute Contributions Tributes are donations to Temple Beth Israel in honor or memory of their loved ones and friends. When a tribute is made, a card is sent to person being honored or the family of person being remembered, and the tribute is published in the TBI newsletter The Kehillah. Contributions can be made to a number of different program and endowment funds.
5782/2021 Book of Memory  The Book of Memory is dedicated to the memory of our dear ones and is distributed prior to our Service of Remembrance (Yizkor) on Yom Kippur. Copies will also be available in the Office.  As always, we will include the names of those for whom there are Perpetual Memorial Plaques located in the sanctuary.
 
In order to complete our book on time, we must have all names NO LATER THAN Tuesday, AUGUST 31, 2021.  Please give this matter your immediate attention and return this form along with your contribution.  Your prompt response will assist us greatly in preparing this year’s Book of Memory.
 
Should you desire information regarding our Perpetual Memorial Wall or the Book of Memory, please contact Sally Loeb at the TBI Office at 909.626.1277 or at sloeb@tbipomona.org.
Support of Virtual Programming Supports the infrastructure (equipment and subscriptions) to stream worship, classes, and other events to Facebook, YouTube, Zoom, and other Platforms.
Refugee Support

Temple Beth Israel has made a commitment to helping refugees in our community.  In conjunction with the TBI Board of Trustees passing a motion to join the HIAS Welcome Campaign (a national refugee advocacy organization), the TBI Board and Social Action Committee are taking steps to assist families locally, as well as creating an infrastructure to help in a more general way. 

We are currently helping a local family of six from Syria, as well as other refugees in the community, whose needs include financial donations for food, rent, dental work, and help with social services. Financial donations of any amount are welcome and can be made with this form or at the TBI Office.  For more information, contact Deena Benjamin at deenarbenjamin@gmail.com, or call the TBI Office at 909.626.1277.

SCRIP Purchase
The TBI Scrip Gift Card Fundraising Program provides TBI the opportunity to achieve financial sustainability through the shopping that each TBI member already does. Scrip is a way for all of us to support the temple without dipping any further into our household budgets.  This is because scrip income comes from the money we already spend on goods and services every day.
 
You can buy scrip for your own use or to give as gifts.  There are many ways to order scrip from TBI. The scrip order form is in the Kehillah, online at www.tbipomona.org, and available at the TBI Office. You can also order scrip in person on Sunday mornings when Beit Sefer is in session at the Scrip table in the sanctuary foyer. 

An online option is at www.escrip.com.  Go to “sign up” and then register your grocery and credit or debit cards.  TBI will automatically get a donation from the stores that you use that are part of the scrip program. You may find them at the “Family of Merchants” on the website. 
 
If you deceide not to participate, you can still support the program by making a direct contribution to TBI of $125 which is equal to the income that TBI would have received if you had purchased $2,500 of scrip each year. If you wish to make a donation to support the TBI Scrip Fund Raising Program in lieu of purchasing scrip, please do so here. Any amount will be appreciated.
Bouquet of Books Temple Beth Israel's Louis Family Library has an outstanding collection of over 2000 books, CDs, DVDs, and magazines for all ages. The collection stays fresh and current thanks to generous contributions to the Library Special Fund as well as direct donations of books and other materials. NOTE: This form is set up for up to 3 books. If you wish to sponsor more, please use a second form. Thank you.