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"One who performs acts of charity and justice fills the while world with kindness." - Talmud (Sukkah 49B)

Why Give to Congregation B'nai Torah?

Since 1981, our synagogue has been a vibrant, spiritual space for our community. Now, with 800 member families, many with young children, we are poised to move from strength to strength for the next 40 years.

However, membership dues do not cover the day-to-day operations of our synagogue. Your generosity helps bridge the gap so that we can provide each person with meaningful Jewish experiences, access to our clergy and support with lifecycle events. You are allowing us to provide spiritual guidance and connections to those in the broader Jewish community by opening services and learning opportunities to all who wish to participate.

When you give to Congregation B'nai Torah, you are helping to sustain our beloved community and positively impacting the lives of thousands of Jews each year.

We need you. Your fellow congregants need you.

Did you know?

Nearly 20% of our community needs dues subsidies based on financial need.

There are 175 students in our Religious School...and counting!

We offer more than 300 learning opportunities a year.

There are 32 ways to get involved with our community as a volunteer.

Our play-based preschool program serves children ages 18 months - PreK.

You can impact others through our social action projects: Backpack Buddies, Family Promise, Zaban Shelter and Israel Advocacy.


When arranging a gift as part of a long-term estate and financial plan, you are helping to ensure that the Congregation B'nai Torah will be a center of Jewish life in Atlanta for generations to come. As part of our involvement in the Life & Legacy program, we greatly encourage and appreciate future gifts made through one's estate. Our recently established Legacy Society was created to honor and recognize those who have made a provision in their estate plan for Congregation B'nai Torah. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Natalie Sarnat, Executive Director.

Thank you for your gifts of tzedakah!

Sat, May 8 2021 26 Iyyar 5781