From the President April 4, 2019

It seems like it will never stop raining. It’s dark and dreary and chilly – sunny days are so much happier. But rain and dark and cold are all part of the plan. And for most of us, they aren’t much more than an annoyance. For the unsheltered, they are dangerous. Temple Beth Hillel as an organization has long supported GRIP – the Greater Richmond Interfaith Program. GRIP offers meals, housing for families, and services such as showers to those living on the streets. GRIP is a success, a powerful resource to those who don’t have many other places to turn. But GRIP, like TBH, needs support. You know the kind of support – time and money. If you can find it in yourself to ease the life of someone who is struggling please pitch in to GRIP.

Please help! We need volunteers for the TBH Community Seder on April 20, 2019. If you are able to help set up, serve, clean or just be a mensch and help, please contact Jane Durango.

We are what we do

  – Neil Zarchin