April 30, 2017 @ 10:00am

Sisterhood Torah Fund Event and Brunch

Category: Miriam Sisterhood

Location: Oheb Shalom

Torah Fund 2016-2017 P’ri Yadehah 5777

Miriam Sisterhood of Oheb Shalom
2016-2017 Torah Fund Campaign 5777
Sunday, April 30, 2017 10:00 AM
Woman of Achievement Honoree Ruth Shapiro

Guest Speaker:

Anna Silverman,

Jewish Theological Seminary cantorial student

RSVP by Mon. April 24 to Sue-Ellen Levavy at sue-ellen@levavy.com or Babette Tenzer at rockytdog@aol.com

Couvert: $18 payable to Miriam Sisterhood and minimum contribution of $18 payable to Torah Fund


The new Torah Fund theme for 2016-2017 is P’ri yadehah, which means the fruit of her hands, and is a phrase from the beloved Eishet Chayil prayer, taken from the Book of Proverbs (31:31)  We celebrate women’s achievements and creativity with the 2017 Torah Fund pin/pendant, designed by Eytan Brandes.

Torah Fund Pin for 5777

To commemorate the 100th year of Women’s League for Conservative Judaism and the 75th year of the Torah Fund Campaign, we celebrate women’s achievements through creativity—the fruit of her hands—in the family, workplace, home, synagogue, and community. Women dedicate their lives as volunteers, as leaders in the Jewish and secular worlds, as scholars, scientists, artists, business leaders, and more.

The wheat branch featured in the 2017 pin/pendant signifies the sustenance we wish for all our family and friends, and the olive branch represents our prayers for peace.

May this year of Torah Fund be a beautiful blessing for you and your family!


The Torah Fund Campaign of Women’s League for Conservative Judaism is the dedicated philanthropy of Women’s League, its members, and its affiliated sisterhoods in Conservative congregations across North America.


Women’s League and Torah Fund are proud to support the education of the future rabbis, cantors, educators, and scholars who will serve as the gifted leaders and innovators of the Conservative Movement. Torah Fund has raised more than $95 million since its inception as a grass-roots fund-raising campaign. For more information on Torah Fund, visit http://www.jtsa.edu/torah-fund