Torah Campaign -
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Join us in welcoming this new Torah and get a chance to inscribe your family for blessings.

In Jewish tradition, a Torah is welcomed to the community as a new bride and groom are celebrated by their families and friends. The Torah is introduced under a traditional marriage canopy (Chuppah) and is accompanied by singing and dancing. Every community member is an integral part of the celebration - just as a family member is to the wedding.

Crown / Keter

The beautiful sterling silver crown, with your family name engraved will be prominently displayed above the Torah

Eitz Chaim

Dedicate the Torah rollers with your family name engraved on it.

Books of Torah

Dedicate one complete book of the five Books in the Torah. Bereishit • Shemot • Vayikra • Bamidbar • Devarim

Yad - Torah's Hand

Dedicate the Torah Yad

Special Selections

You may choose to mark a personal occasion or to connect to a unique blessing in the Torah. Selections include: Blessing for Children • Hashem, Hashem-13 Attributes of Mercy • Az Yashir-Splitting of the Sea • Bircat Kohanim-Priestly Blessing • Ten Commandments • Shema Yisroel • Vayehi Binsoa • Chazak-End of Book

Parsha - Weekly Torah Portion

Endow a Torah portion for yourself and / or a friend by choosing a Bar/ Bat Mitzvah or wedding anniversary Torah portion.

Pasuk - Torah Verse

Endow a Torah verse that has special meaning to you and /or a friend.


Endow a word in the Torah that has special meaning to you or a friend.


Endow letters of a Jewish Name for yourself or a friend

Be a part of it!


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