To Donate


All non for profit such as The Carlebach Shul require operating funds to allow the continuation and sustainability of the community, synagogue, services, educational programs and more. Your donation is a special way to mark an occasion, remember someone dear, celebrate a “simcha” or anniversary, rejoice in the arrival of a child, mourn the passing of a friend or recognize an Aliyah honor.

membership

Capital Improvement

  1. interior-painting

    Interior Painting

    $625.00 donated of $2,000.00 goal
  2. 124851

    kitchen upgrade

    $20.00 donated of $100,000.00 goal

Ways to Give

This helps us to offer the weekly Kiddush that our members and guests enjoy so much. The food, the conversation, and the community feel are great. Help us to continue offering our wonderful kiddushim.
The Talmud teaches that the unique spiritual dimensions of this meal assures that one who fulfills his obligation to eat this third meal merits favorable judgment in the world to come. Help us to offer the weekly Seudah Shlishit that our members and guests enjoy so much.
Our Young Professional Friday dinner is a great way to enjoy and and bring our Young Professional together on Shabbat. Please strongly consider, we must ensure the continuation and the healing of Young jewish Professional around the world.
Our sanctuary is a landmark structure, and is made even more beautiful by flowers on Shabbat.
Our building, while renown for its architecture, is not young. It is critical that we keep our heating and cooling units up to date, ensure that our building is structurally sound, and maintain our inside décor. Please give to our building fund to see the Carlebach Shul physically into the next several decades.

the Carlebach Shul has a wall dedicated to the memory of our members and their families. Consider making a donation to the synagogue in honor of a loved one. The Carlebach Shul’s Memorial Tree of Life is a wonderful way to memorialize the life of your loved one.
Our books suffer wear and tear, and constantly need renewal.
Families or individuals making Capital Gifts of $25,000 or more may dedicate an area of the Synagogue or a program in memory or in honor of a loved one.
Consider making The Carlebach Shul a part of your estate and tax plan for a permanent impact on the synagogue and community. Speak with someone from Development to arrange for the synagogue to receive appreciated assets, a Charitable Trust, Gift Annuity, Life Insurance or Retirement plan.
Name The Carlebach Shul as a beneficiary of your estate, or arrange for the synagogue to receive a Charitable Trust, Gift Annuity, Life Insurance or Retirement Plan.

Contact info & Location

For more information, Please call the Shul Office (212) 580-2391
305 West 79th Street ~ New York, NY 10024

Become a Member

For more information please visit our membership page

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