Donations are utilized for building, grounds and mitzvah garden repairs, renovations and improvements and other contingencies as necessary and not budgeted for or available in the general operating account.
Donations to this fund help support the daily operations of the synagogue.
Donations to this fund are used at the discretion of the Rabbi to assist individual, educational and communal needs as the Rabbi shall deem necessary and appropriate.
Donations to this fund are used at the discretion of the Cantor to assist individual, educational and communal needs as the Cantor shall deem necessary and appropriate.
The Torah Fund was established for the purpose of repairing and reconditioning Adath Shalom's Torah scrolls.
Donations are utilized for youth programming and to help subsidize scholarships for various youth activities.
Donations are utilized for Pre-School special programs and equipment.
Donations to this fund enable the Chesed Committee to provide support to our synagogue community as well as to our social action initiatives. Includes but not limited to: bereavement assistance, shiva meals, providing and serving meals at soup kitchens, homeless assistance and hospital visits to those in time of need.
This fund, established by Ed and Cecile Mosberg, in memory of Parsippany Councilman James Vigilante, is for the purpose of furthering the goals of Holocaust education at Adath Shalom.
This fund, established by Arnold, Michelle and Jeffrey Dunn, in memory of their son and brother Mark, is for the purpose of providing support as determined necessary to meet the needs of special needs students in the Religious School.
This fund was established in memory of our longtime congregant (over 65 years) and Board member Diane Loeb who believed in the importance of Jewish education for all. The fund helps underwrite the cost of a Hebrew Ulpan teacher for our youngest children grades K-2.
Donations provide funds for our teaching staff to attend courses, conferences, special events and programs. This fund has allowed us to send teachers to Jewish and secular programs as well as help them achieve advanced degrees in education, Jewish education and special needs.