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Young Israel of North Netanya

 

 

                                                                                            בס"ד

Dear Member,

 
During the various periods of Corona Lockdown the inside of the Shul premises underwent refurbishment.  The Lobby was decorated and various changes have taken place, including a new electronic noticeboard, which have given it a fresh and bright look.  The Ladies and Gents toilets were upgraded and new lighting was installed.  We were able to carry out this work due to generous donations from members.  Major urgent repairs had to be undertaken on the stained-glass window above the entrance to the Shul and to the Chanukiah on the outside of the building.  These repairs and day to day maintenance were covered by our existing funds.

However, our 27-year-old building urgently needs repairs to the exterior, which has started to crumble and water ingress has already caused damage in the George Goddard Hall.      

 

Click HERE   to see a short video of the condition of the roof and walls.  The work will take up to three months to complete and it must be started before the rainy season.  To enable us to carry out this essential work we now need to look to our members for help.

 

We have received two quotations one for 160,000 NIS which will cover all the repairs and another for 420,000 NIS for a significant enhancement to the building.  The Board has decided to go with the repair package of 160,000 NIS from “Up and Down”, a company highly recommended by several of our members.

 

As an Amutah we are not allowed to take out a loan.  So far requests for help to our usual donors, other Shuls, and the Municipality as well as Trust Funds have all been unsuccessful.  The Board has reluctantly decided to ask the members for a voluntary levy of 300 NIS per member, a married couple will be asked for 600 NIS which can be paid over a three-year period if that helps.  If anyone would like to make a larger contribution it would be gratefully received.

 

We are sorry to ask for a contribution at this time particularly when so many of our members are unable to attend Shul and our overseas members can’t visit Israel, but unfortunately there is no alternative.

 

We hope that you look on the need for your help favourably as it will ensure the safety of our Shul building.

 

 

 

Please see below for payment information. 
Letters and payments in sealed envelopes please, can be delivered to the Shul front door letterbox that is opened regularly.

Please make cheques payable to "Young Israel of North Netanya Synagogue."

Payments to YINN by Credit Card can be made by telephoning Andrew Kaye 054 774 6472 with your card details or using Paypal below.

You can also pay by PAYPAL                    
Click HERE to go to PAYPAL
PLEASE NOTE THAT WHEN PAYING BY PAYPAL, THE PAYPAL SCREEN MAY BE IN HEBREW 
YOU CAN CHANGE IT TO ENGLISH BY CLICKING ON THE OPTION IN THE BOTTOM LEFT HAND CORNER OF THAT SCREEN

Israel Shekel bank transfer: Mizrahi Bank: Herzl 60,Netanya. Bank No: 20, Branch No 669, Account Name: Young Israel Synagogue of North Netanya Account No: 607374 Please notify bank transfer details to Andrew Kaye at kayed@kaye34.com 

 

Overseas Bank Transfer Mizrahi Bank: Herzl 60, Netanya. Account Name: Young Israel Synagogue of North Netanya IBAN: IL41 0206 6900 0000 0607 374 SWIFT / BIC: MIZBILIT Please notify bank transfer details to Andrew Kaye at kayed@kaye34.com 

 

GB£ Sterling Pounds Bank transfer within UK to British friends of YINN Co- operative Bank: Branch: Southway, Skelmersdale Sort Code: 08-92-99 Account Name: British Friends of YINN
Account No: 65443453 Please notify Norman Roberts (BFYINN – UK Trustee) details of payments made by Charity Trust or Bank Transfer, tel: (UK) 0208 386 4256 E-mail:
normanandcynthia@blueyonder.co.uk

 

 

Best wishes and many thanks.

Kind regards,
Graham                                                      Gerald

Graham Nussbaum                                        Gerald Barnett
   Chairman                                           Building Management

 

 

   

Mon, 20 September 2021 14 Tishrei 5782