Looking for additional ways to support Hillel Torah throughout the year? Please contact Ed Plotkin or Morrine Sweer for more information on giving to any of these very special programs.
The Eitz Chaim Tree of Life, donated by Barbara and George Hanus, welcomes you to Hillel Torah’s entranceway. Your dedication to this memorial wall is a beautiful way to honor a special event or commemorate a loved one.
We are very proud to be a part of this unique Holocaust oral history film project program documenting the Survivor’s stories. This very special opportunity allows our students to ensure that the message of the Holocaust will forever be remembered. Varying dedication levels are available and may be made in honor of, or in memory of, a person or event, and will appear in the event program and on our website.
Dedications are a meaningful way to honor:
Your sponsorship of a Dedication Opportunity is greatly appreciated by Hillel Torah and our students. Your dedication will be listed in the pamphlet distributed at the screening, on our website and in our community marketing.
Technology has always played a vital role in our student’s education. Your donation to our learning lab will directly benefit our students to help keep our computer labs on the cutting-edge. A donor appreciation plaque will be displayed on all gifts.
Maintaining a robust library with interactive programming allows our students to continue their love of reading and learning. Your donations will help ensure that the learning materials, books, and library programs for our students are kept cataloged and updated. Donations of $250 and above will be acknowledged on our library plaque.
Hillel Torah is proud to maintain a library of Judaica and Hebrew books. Donations will help ensure that our shelves are stacked with the writings of our most noted Rabbis and Scholars. Donations of $360 and above will be acknowledged on the library plaque.
Donations to the Harold and Marilyn Allswang Fine Arts Center allow our students the opportunity to expand their knowledge and appreciation of the fine arts outside of the classroom by attending concerts and plays, followed by a formatted discussion of the event.