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TBS Sponsorship Opportunities

Become a Temple Beth Sholom Annual Sponsor!

Does your company want to benefit from regular promotion to TBS's 2,000 person audience? Does your company have a gift matching program? Would you appreciate preferred seating and a reserved parking space at TBS's major fundraising events?

Become a TBS corporate sponsor or refer one to TBS.

Learn more by contacting Shirley Feigenbaum, Funds Development Chair or Eric Stevens, Sponsorship Chair.

Why Partner with Temple Beth Sholom?

  • Link your company to one of the South Jersey's premier fundraising events.
  • Network with other prominent, dedicated individuals in the Tri-State region.
  • Demonstrate your support and commitment to enhancing both the arts and educational programs to the entire Southern New Jersey region.
  • Reach Temple Beth Sholom's audience of over 2,000 individuals via the TBS website, emails, mailings, flyers, social media and more. Sponsors will be included in both electronic and print communications, including our newsletter and targeted emails.
  • Reach beyond our immediate membership -- TBS attracts many non-members to our website and events each year through local print and digital media, social media, street signs and more, reaching an audience of over 50,000 Jewish homes in the South Jersey region.

2020-21 Sponsorship Opportunities

Partner With Us 

You're in Good Company! TBS has partnered with outstanding businesses such as:

Jay Roberts Jewelers
Platt Memorial Chapels
Ravitz Family Kosher Experience

Fox Rothschild LLP
The Heart House
Kramer Beverage Co.
Morgan Stanley
The Morrow Foundation/Vantage Real Estate
Prime Electrical Services

Double Nickel Brewing Company
Hyland Levin Shapiro LLP
Joffe Millwork & Supply
Katz/Pierz, Inc.
Kobolak & Son
Mac's Janitorial Services
Maintenance & More
Minuteman Press
Roger Wilco/WTSO
Scrub Daddy
Tozour Energy Systems

The funds that are contributed will directly impact Temple Beth Sholom's religious and educational programming for children and adults in the local community.

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