Help us create Tamid’s Ark, an ornamental structure that will display and protect our Torah scroll!
Tamid’s Ark will be housed at St. Paul’s 9/11 Chapel (left) where we celebrate Shabbat and holidays. We are honored to have the Ark complement this historic landmark where over three million people visit each year.
This one-of-a-kind Ark, designed by local artists, will reinforce our commitment to the Jewish Community in Lower Manhattan and embody our creative and open culture. This Ark will be part of our lives and our children’s lives forever.
The first 25 donors will receive a special gift (see below).
Founding Ark supporters will be featured on a permanent plaque adjacent to the Ark that will stay with Tamid’s Ark when it is on loan to museums, galleries, and other venues in the future.
The artists rendering of our Tzedek Wall (below) will proudly display your name, the name of your family, or the name of a loved one in our main lobby. Contributors giving at $5,000 or more will also be named on the permanent plaque that will stand adjacent to Tamid’s Ark in the Chapel and stay with the Ark when on loan in the future.
$25,000: Individual 8×6 inch naming square on the Tzedek Wall + your name on the permanent plaque in the Chapel + Membership in the Rabbi’s Leadership Cabinet (annual donations above $18,000).
$10,000: Individual 5×6 inch square on the Tzedek Wall + your name on the permanent plaque in the Chapel
$5,000: Individual 3×6 inch square on the Tzedek Wall + your name on the permanent plaque in the Chapel
$3,600: Individual 3×6 inch square on the Tzedek Wall in our Main Lobby
$1,000: Individual 1×6 inch square on the Tzedek Wall in our Main Lobby
$360: Listed name proudly displayed Tzedek Wall in our Main Lobby
Be One of the first 25 Donors – Receive a Unique Gift
Make a gift of over $1000 and Tamid will send you the Ashkenazi Illuminated Haggadah – a 15th Century coffee-table sized book with 98 pages of art and text – with a personal inscription. Donors of $3600 or more will receive the Illuminated Haggadah and a painted glass seder plate with matching bowls from the famous Israeli artist, Yair Emanuel. These tokens of appreciation will add color and life to any Judaica collection. Please email our office if you have questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please call or email if you have any questions: email@example.com. Lastly, please invite a friend or relative to participate in this sacred project and contribute to Tamid’s Ark.