(Courtesy of TABC) Torah Academy of Bergen County’s annual dinner will take place on Monday night, February 26, at Keter Torah in Teaneck. This year’s dinner will celebrate the many accomplishments of TABC and honor its own students, parents, alumni, faculty, rebbeim and friends. With a “film festival” theme, the program will feature a variety of videos highlighting the TABC experience. All donations raised for this campaign and throughout the year will be earmarked directly for TABC’s Bruce Ritholtz z”l Scholarship Fund. TABC awarded $1.3 million in tuition assistance last year and relies on the generosity of the TABC family and the greater community in this critical scholarship campaign. TABC is proud of its role as a community school and firmly believes that the TABC experience should be accessible to all regardless of financial constraints.
The sacred mission of TABC is to educate and strengthen the next generation of Jewish leaders through its rigorous secular and Judaic studies programs, extensive extracurricular offerings, and the unique and life-long relationships its talmidim develop with their rebbeim, teachers and peers.
For centuries, the Jewish community has thrived by building its future on the successes of past generations, and TABC is a link in this powerful chain. It is for this reason that TABC is reaching out for support not just to its current parent body but to the entire community who will all, im yirtzeh Hashem, share in the successes and contributions of TABC students and graduates.
Please consider a gift to TABC’s Bruce Ritholtz z”l Scholarship Fund so that the TABC experience can be accessible to all young men, regardless of financial need. All members of the community are invited and welcome to attend the annual dinner where TABC will celebrate its many achievements and the important role the school plays in educating and strengthening the next generation of klal Yisrael. For more information, visit tabc.org/annualdinner.