Many individuals have been true beneficiaries of our community’s giving.
Many worthy causes are the recipients of the community’s generosity.
These practices reflect the Jew’s commitment to the preservation of the Jewish community. Completely different is the “charity perception.” Nothing is actually to be given to G-d. But the gifts of each individual are to be given to the community for G-d’s purposes.
We have lived in the community for four decades and have witnessed its phenomenal growth, and now, take this occasion to be part of its promising future as well. The dignity of the individual lies in being part of the whole.