Temple Emanuel depends on the support of members and friends to sustain our inspirational worship, thought-provoking educational programs, impactful social action projects and exceptional cultural programming. Your tax-deductible gift to Temple Emanuel is a meaningful way to celebrate life cycle milestones, honor a loved one and help ensure that we meet the ever-changing needs of our community – now and for generations to come.
If you have any questions about how to make a gift, please contact the Temple office at 978-470-1356. Our staff stands ready to connect you with opportunities for giving that advance your spiritual, financial and philanthropic goals.
Temple Emanuel depends on the support of members and friends to sustain our inspirational worship, thought-provoking educational opportunities, impactful social action projects and exceptional musical programming.
A gift to Temple Emanuel is a meaningful way to celebrate life cycle milestones, honor a loved one and sustain our vibrant community. Whether you give to our benefactors program, support our general operating budget or donate to a specialized fund, your tax-deductible contribution to our congregation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is an investment in the relationships that strengthen our community – with our faith, one another and the world beyond our walls.
Featured Giving Opportunities
100th Anniversary Campaign for the Generations
Temple Emanuel is celebrating 100 years with a fundraising campaign to secure our future as the heart of Jewish life in the Merrimack Valley for generations to come. With your support, we will expand our sustaining funds and existing endowment as we focus on three priorities: 1) lifelong learning and engagement, 2) building improvements and renovations, and 3) clergy excellence. Our goals are to raise $2,000,000 by December 31, 2020 and to achieve participation from 100% of our congregation. Together we can keep our temple strong and enduring for the next century and beyond.
Tribute to Rabbi Robert Goldstein
In honor of 31 years of service to Temple Emanuel, our community will come together to honor Rabbi and Faith Goldstein during a special Shabbat service and celebration on June 11, 2021. Proceeds from a digital and printed tribute book will support the cost of the event and the creation of a commemorative area at the synagogue dedicated to Rabbi and Faith.
Other Ways to Support Temple Emanuel