The Claire Friedlander Family Foundation Awards $15,000 Grant To Temple Beth El
The Claire Friedlander Family Foundation has awarded a generous grant to Temple Beth El to help fund a new, state-of-the-art kitchen that will better meet the growing nutritional needs of the Huntington community.
“To assure that health and safety standards are maintained, and to better meet the expanding needs of the Temple Beth El membership and the greater Huntington community, the Temple leadership has embarked upon a full kitchen renovation,” explains Linda Braun, Temple Beth El President. “This substantial grant from The Claire Friedlander Family Foundation will not only help our kitchen redesign plans but will positively impact our ongoing community involvement.”
Throughout the year Temple Beth El provides sustenance and respite to those in need through various programs such as:
Project HOPE (Helping Other People Eat)
H.I.H.I. (Huntington Interfaith Homeless Initiative)
Thanksgiving Dinner, Spaghetti Dinner and Summer Barbeque
Community Food Pantry
“We believe in the Jewish Tradition of Tikkun Olam, the moral obligation to help make the world a better place,” states Rabbi Jeffrey Clopper. “We are very thankful to be recognized by The Claire Friedlander Family Foundation for their generous grant so we can continue to ‘feed the hungry’ and help make a positive difference in our community.”
About Temple Beth El: Temple Beth El is a loving, welcoming, caring and vibrant Reform Jewish community guided by Torah and our heritage. Our doors are always open – not only to our members, but to all people interested in Judaism, including traditional and non-traditional families, interfaith families, members of the LGBTQ community, multi-cultural families, and persons with disabilities.
About The Claire Friedlander Family Foundation: The Claire Friedlander Family Foundation, as a legacy agent, frames our giving in the spirit of our grantor – and does so with a mindfulness towards impact, effectiveness and sustainability. We serve to partner with our grantees and fellow philanthropic leaders in a fashion that promotes collaboration and transformation. We believe that, in its most elegant form, we are investors – investing in the nonprofits we support – and in doing so pay special attention to these “investments” to insure they flourish and achieve their objectives.
CONTACT: Temple Beth El of Huntington, 631-421-5835 x 200 or TempleOffice@tbeli.org