Make a Donation

To commemorate a simcha in your family, pay tribute to a friend, mark the Yahrzeit of a loved one or for a variety of other personal reasons, you are invited to make a donation to Temple Beth Am through one of the various funds listed below.

Share your joy or sorrow, and at the same time help us meet our funding needs. Donations may be made anonymously or by name. For tax purposes, gifts below are tax-deductible.

We thank you in advance for your generosity.

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Beyond the Curve

We are building something special here – something unique – will you support our goal?

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Pay Account Online

Use online bill pay for Temple Beth Am Statements and Capital Campaign.

Designated Funds

From one Generation to the next — in Hebrew L’dor v’dor — the Jewish community has been preserved and sustained by its participants.

Temple Beth Am was built by founding members with vision: the Home for our Heritage Campaign funded the expansion and renovation of our campus. Our temple remains a center for Jewish Life in Miami. It is the responsibility of our current School and Temple participants to secure its future for generations to come by creating the necessary endowment funds.

Over recent years, our endowments have secured commitments from our congregants, generous friends and neighbors to help us preserve and enhance all of the services and programming offered at Temple Beth Am.

These monies are collected and placed on deposit into accounts invested securely with the Foundation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The fiduciary volunteers from our Board of Trustees work to preserve and grow these funds so that the interest earned can be utilized to enrich the lives of our Schools and Temple.

As we secure additional cash commitments, we will continue to work with our participating partners in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation’s Create a Jewish Legacy (CJL) campaign. CJL calls upon every member of the community to remember Jewish organizations in their estate planning. Legacy gifts are an additional way to secure the future of Temple Beth Am with funds in the future. Some in our community will choose to remember Temple Beth Am. Others will have the opportunity to include other schools, synagogues and service providers. All gifts — cash and legacy commitments — will be utilized as designated by the donor.

We will continue to share our success with the Temple Beth Am community. If you would like more information, please contact Ilana Gilat at [email protected].

Imagine the Vision, Invest in Our Future, Fulfill the Dream

What is a Named Fund? Who does it Benefit? How is it Used?

A Named Fund is a Philanthropic Fund in which a donor(s) makes a designated gift to a specific area of interest or program. A Named Fund can be named after you, your family or a loved one. Named Funds are restricted gifts utilized in their entirety over a period of years, or within that same calendar year.

Temple Beth Am Named Funds are established at a minimum gift of $50,000*; however, everyone can participate by donating to a current Named Fund or by families coming together for a common cause. For example, ten (10) families can pool their funds to establish a Named Fund.

The following are examples of current and approved Temple Beth Am Named Fund opportunities. These are categorized by area of interest and can be expanded upon through need and donor support. Please note that all Named Fund gifts, and contributions to existing Named Funds, are completely tax-deductible.

For additional confidential information, without obligation, please contact Ilana Gilat, [email protected].

Thank you in advance for your Expressions of Gratitude toward Temple Beth Am, Rambam Day School and Temple Beth Am Religious School.

Examples of current and approved Temple Beth Am Named Fund Opportunities

Beth Am Singers
Temple Beth Am Support Groups
Temple Beth Am Technology Fund
Temple Beth Am Library Educational Fund

Rambam Day School:
Day School Derech Program
Day School Judaic Holiday Fund
Day School Physical Education Program
Beth Am Summer Camp
Tot Shabbat

Religious School:
Israel-Diaspora Virtual Mifgash Program
Religious School Scholarship Fund

Youth Activities:
BAFTY — Beth Am Federation of Temple Youth (Grades 9–12)
JAMTY — Junior Am Temple Youth (Grades 7 & 8)
Club 456 — (Grades 4–6)
Rosh Hodesh (Grade 6)

Adult Education:
Learning Institute / Shabbat Series
Lunch & Learn Series

Religious Life:
Baby Naming Fund
B’nai Mitzvah Fund
Holiday Oneg Fund
How ‘bout Shabbat
Purim Carnival
Rockin’ Shabbat

Hispanic Division of Outreach
Interfaith / Jews by Choice Outreach Fund

The Arts:
Community Musical Theater
Cultural Arts Series
Performing Arts Programming

Beth Am Basketball League

If you would prefer to make a contribution using a check, please write the name of the Fund in the “Notes” section of your check payable to Temple Beth Am, The Janet(z”l) and Richard Yulman Campus, 5950 N. Kendall Drive, Pinecrest, FL 33156.