Week of January 26 - 30, 2015 (6 - 10 Shevat 5775)
Week of February 2 - 6, 2015 (13 - 17 Shevat 5775)
Week of February 9 - 13, 2015 (20 - 24 Shevat 5775)
Weekday Minyan Times
January 31, 2014 ~ 11 Shevat 5775
February 1, 2014 ~ 12 Shevat 5775
Young Families Group PJ Havdalah
Cafe 67: A Yom Ha'Atzmaut Celebration
Scrip is an important fundraising program that sells gift cards from national and local retailers. Those retailers pay Beth El a percentage of each card purchased. They are the same gift cards you would purchase at the store. The beauty of scrip is that you put your regular household shopping dollars to work. You can earn money for our Shul without spending a single additional penny. Just spend your regular shopping dollars to purchase scrip. Scrip can be used for most household purchases including food, medications, clothing, entertainment, gasoline and even dining out. Don't forget when it's time for birthdays and holidays that scrip gift cards are fantastic presents.
This program enables Beth El to maintain the high level of programming our members have come to expect, as well as to develop new programming such as our award-winning Project Lev that educates our special needs children.
We try to maintain an inventory of the most commonly used gift cards. Listed below are some of the gift cards usually in inventory. Other gift cards are available and may be ordered using the enclosed order form.
Gift cards may be ordered on line or purchased in the Shul office Monday to Thursday from 10:00am - 4:00pm and Friday from 10:00am - 1:00pm. Gift cards also may be purchased on Sunday when Religious School is in session, from 9:00am - 12:00pm.
CLICK HERE FOR A LISTING OF STANDARD ITEMS WE ATTEMPT TO KEEP IN STOCK. BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE “Beth El Earns” COLUMN TO SEE WHICH VENDORS PROVIDE THE GREATEST RETURN TO YOUR SHUL
Click here TO DOWNLOAD SCRIP ORDER FORM
If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support.
Payment is due at the time you pick up your order. Preferred payment method is check or cash as credit card processing incurs additional cost to the program. Credit card payment is accepted as well.