11th Annual Golf Tournament Auction

START
15
July 2021
10:00 AM EDT
END
02
August 2021
02:00 PM EDT

About Our Auction

We are thrilled to offer over 40 wonderful items as part of our Annual Summer Celebration Online Auction! This year we focused on small businesses in Rhode Island. You’ll find various area restaurants, wine and beer tastings, shopping sprees at Wayland Square, Hope Street and Garden City. Lots of outdoor activities and a variety of gifts and gift cards round out the auction. Our hope is that you will also support our local shops.

Bidding on the auction opens on Thursday, July 15 at 10:00 a.m. and closes on Monday, August 2 at 2:00 p.m.

UNLESS SPECIFIED, ALL ITEMS HAVE NO EXPIRATION DATE!

Winners may arrange for a time to pick up their gifts at the Temple. If the winner requests Temple mail large items, the charges for shipping costs will be added to your account. We will notify you of shipping costs in advance.

Bidding is easy… have fund shopping

Additionally, Fund a Need is an opportunity to support a worthwhile cause by making a tax-deductible donation*to Temple Beth-El. This year’s Fund-a-Need is the Temple Beth-El Jewish Teen Initiative, designed to help teens reconnect to Beth-El in a post COVID world. Exciting programs include Football Watch Parties, field trips to Escape Rooms, Rock Climbing, and always lots of teen-friendly food! All of these activities and more will only be possible with your donations. Bids begin at $1000. Lesser amounts include bids of $500, $250, or $100. To donate to the Fund a Need, either send a check, payable to Temple Beth-El or charge through the Temple’s website, https://www.temple-beth-el.org/payment.php. Thank you for your support of our fabulous teens!

*always discuss charitable donations with your CPA or tax attorney.


About Temple Beth-El

TEMPLE BETH-EL seeks to be a caring Jewish community that warmly welcomes and engages members by providing a rich variety of religious, spiritual, educational, and communal opportunities. The Congregation is committed to Jewish life and the evolving principles of Reform Judaism.

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