Temple Beth Tikvah is a remarkable community of incredible individuals and we are blessed to have each other, particularly during a pandemic. We appreciate every hug we can share when safely gathering while we’ve learned to be grateful for opportunities to connect virtually. We are thankful for Rabbi Johanna’s leadership, for her creativity, tenacity, and capacity to inspire. She has stretched her technical skills on our behalf and for our benefit. We also thank our member volunteers and program coordinator for their good work that keeps our temple running.
Without a doubt, COVID-19 has brought stress or discomfort to some of us and hardship to others. Now more than ever, it’s important that we support our community so that our community supports us. It’s up to those who can give generously to sustain those who cannot. To fill the gap so that TBT continues to serve a growing Reform Jewish congregation for generations to come.
Recently, the Treasurer sent you an email with your member data to update if needed and a pledge amount based on your contribution last year. That pledge amount – or a suggested amount – also appears on your TBT statement sent/coming to your digital inbox.
There is no pledge card for you to complete, no letter in the mail, and barely a mention of the suggested $1000 pledge amount. There is only this request for you to make your annual, one-time gift in the next month or two.
If you’d like, please click here now to Donate by Credit Card. Or mail your check to Temple Beth Tikvah, PO Box 7472, Bend, OR 97708. Members who wish to change their payment schedule or contribution amount, please email our treasurer, Mark Schindel, at TBTtreasurer@gmail.com. Whatever you can afford is deeply appreciated.
Thank you for all that you do and all that you give.