Our commitment to human betterment and deeds of kindness has fueled more than a century of land development dedicated to sheltering and housing the underserved. Communities are sustained and maintained by offering business investment opportunities to organizations that share in the richness of this purposeful mission.
In recognition of its historic place of worship and its legacy of human betterment and deeds of kindness, Eighth Tabernacle Beth El, Albany, New York, has been awarded a grant to assist in restoring its spiritual edifice. The $3,500 grant was gifted through the New York Landmarks Conservancy Sacred Sites program. The Albany Tabernacle is Continue Reading »
Suffolk, VA–COVID-19 testing came to the Belleville community on Wednesday, August 5, and a steady stream of residents took full advantage of the Judah Lane drive-through opportunity. The life-saving neighborhood event was co-sponsored by Sentara Healthcare and Temple Beth-El and it is just one of many service projects the two have organized in northern Suffolk. Continue Reading »
The Sentara BelleHarbour campus in Suffolk broke ground on a second medical building on Tuesday, May 2, 2017. Highlights from the groundbreaking ceremony include the following: Chief Rabbi Phillip E. McNeil prayed for the success of the expansion and the ultimate healing and service that will take place at the Sentara BelleHarbour campus. The warm and inviting tone set Continue Reading »