We have a variety of donation options to choose from. To see what funds you can donate to, please visit our Temple Beth El Funds page here.
Make a secure online donation
Pay your dues
Membership dues are the base on which the temple is supported. We have now made a fast and easy way to pay your membership dues online. Simply look at your dues statement and pay the amount that you owe. Visit our dues page here.
Send a check
Make your check payable to Temple Beth El and send to:
Temple Beth El
5975 South 12th St.
Tacoma, WA 98465
If you would like to designate your gift for a specific fund or purpose, and/or in honor of or in memory of someone, please send a note specifying this with your check.
Purchase a leaf on our Tree of Life in honor of a special occasion
More information is available on this PDF flier. You can make a Tree if Life donation on our donations page.
Leave a Legacy
Congregation Temple Beth El, Tacoma, WA, is dedicated to the continuing development of a meaningful, dynamic, and vibrant expression of Judaism for ourselves, for our children, and for the community at large.
Congregation Temple Beth El serves as a center of Reform Judaism for the greater Puget Sound area by promoting Jewish religious and intellectual life throughout the life cycles of its members.
Congregation Temple Beth El will grow by having a spiritual, welcoming congregational environment within attractive and inviting facilities.
Congregation Temple Beth El places the highest value in the idea that all Jews are welcome to affiliate with our congregation. We strongly emphasize that financial circumstances should never keep a Jew from participating in synagogue life.
Congregation Temple Beth El has a special concern for the many different kinds of families in which Jews find themselves. Temple Beth El is open and warmly welcoming to all Jews, recognizing that each and every one of us is created betzelm elohim, in the image of God.
Jews have always looked toward improving the future for themselves, their families, their community, and for all humankind. This forward-looking theme is rooted in the rich history of our tradition. Our Temple members have inherited these traditions from our forefathers and mothers from locations around the world. Temple Beth El sees itself as a vibrant blend of many Jewish traditions, and we celebrate together our differences as well as our common heritage.
The Temple Beth El Legacy Endowment Fund is designed to assist our congregation to meet the challenges of its future. It will provide the very important supplemental funding to operate the synagogue, maintain our physical plant, provide stability for clergy and other staff leadership, support our religious school activities, programming, and program research and development.
We can only presume that the next 50 years of Temple Beth El's history will be as exciting and challenging as its first 50 years. The Temple Beth El Legacy Endowment Fund will provide a firm footing for our Jewish futures.
- Click here to download the Legacy Society Enrollment Form
- Click here to download the Legacy Campaign Booklet
Donate stock to Temple Beth El
Your contributions of appreciated stock can make a difference and create a tax break! Contact the Temple Office for more information.
Join Lamed Vav
Lamed Vav is a gift club of dedicated donors to Temple Beth El. Contact the Temple Office for more information.
Contribute to the United Jewish Appeal (UJA)
For information on how to give to the UJA, please visit their website here.
Shop at Amazon.com through the Temple Beth El website
Do you buy books and other items from Amazon.com? TBE is now part of the Amazon.com Associates Program, which allows us to earn a referral fee for every item you purchase. Just go to our home page, and click on the Amazon.com logo. As long as you enter the Amazon.com site through a link on the temple website, all of your purchases will count toward our referral fees. Don't worry, your purchases can only be viewed by you. Click here to shop!
Give of your time, and you'll get so much in return. Contact the Temple Office if you have time to give and you will be gladly directed to the appropriate volunteer opportunity.