Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Digital Commemorative Tribute Journal?
Unlike traditional printed ad journals, which have a negative impact on the environment, a digital journal is simply an electronic version that contains similar tribute ads, along with information about the honoree, Cantor Aronson, as well as letters of tribute from community leaders.
What are the advantages?
One of the most popular fundraisers is a tribute journal associated with a tribute dinner. Today many organizations are going green, saving money and saving time with a digital ad journal. In addition to conserving natural resources, the digital journal is attractive to vendors and community businesses because it can provide a direct click-through link to their business website. What’s more, unlike the short shelf life of traditional printed journals, the TSTI digital journal will provide increased donor visibility as it will be available online 24/7 on the Temple website (www.tsti.org) for an entire year.
How will funds raised be used?
Funds raised through your generous support of the Journal celebrating Cantor Aronson will be used to sustain the congregation’s annual commitment for Temple programs, services and staff. Monies received over and above that essential commitment will be used to establish the Cantor Theodore Aronson Music Worship Fund.
Where can I see the Digital Journal?
In addition to viewing the journal in-progress on this web link at any time, an elegant, full-color slideshow presentation featuring all journal ads and honoree acknowledgments will be projected continuously on large, highly visible screens during the June 9 “Voices of Joy” Simcha Celebration.
How can I sponsor an ad in the Digital Journal?
Simply go to the Place an Ad / RSVP tab of this website to begin the process. You will see a broad range of giving opportunities. Once you have made your selection, complete the prompts to complete your transaction. The deadline for placing an ad is Thursday, May 31. For additional information, contact Leslie Sporn, in the Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel office at (973) 763-4116 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.