May Tzedakah Box Supports Impact | Congregation Beth Am

May Tzedakah Box Supports Impact

A Program of the Friends of the IDF, Investing in Israel’s Future Leaders

Our May Tzedakah Box donations support Impact, a program of the Friends of the IDF, which grants college scholarships to IDF combat soldiers who have completed their military service and wish to begin their studies, but cannot afford the expense of higher education. The program was created to help, support and show appreciation to the young men and women who risked their lives during military service and devoted themselves to protecting the state of Israel. The Impact scholarship gives soldiers from low-income and disadvantaged backgrounds an extraordinary opportunity for a future that otherwise would be beyond their reach. The grant covers the cost of tuition and other expenses and is given for the full duration of B.A. studies (up to four years).

In the spirit of “giving back,” all Impact scholarship recipients contribute 130 hours of volunteer work per year to their local communities, working with Holocaust survivors, cancer patients, battered women and at-risk youth. Your generous donations allow these deserving young people to realize their dreams of a higher education -- they are a true investment in the next generation of Israel’s leaders. Learn more on their website.

To make an online donation, visit the Beth Am Give page and select "Tzedakah Box" from the list of funds (click magnifying glass to see list of funds). Or, your donations may be placed in any of the tzedakah boxes on the Beth Am campus (in the Sanctuary foyer, Beit Kehillah or Administrative Office). If you prefer to make your donation by check, please make it payable to Congregation Beth Am and mail to: Congregation Beth Am, Attn: Tzedakah Box - Impact, 26790 Arastradero Road, Los Altos Hills, CA 94022. Thank you for your support!

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