Our new exhibition is on loan from the Galicia Jewish Museum in Kraków, Poland, and will be on display through the summer. This installation is but a fraction of the extensive archive of photographs taken mostly in the 1930’s by Krakovian Ze’ev Aleksandrowicz. His keen eye for Jewish life in Kraków and new energy in Palestine portrays these dramatic contrasts during the interwar period. Through Aleksandrowicz’s lens, we become a fly on the wall as kibbutzim were forming and Tel Aviv was growing.
The full exhibition catalogue is available in the EET Library.

Have gently used or new medical supplies to donate? EET is a drop off location for the AFYA Foundation! Monday-Friday 9:00-5:00 pm

AFYA collects and delivers critically needed medical supplies, hospital equipment, and humanitarian provisions for acute and ongoing health crisis worldwide. Click Here to learn more about the AFYA foundation and to view the supplies that they accept.

Campaign Goals: Raise $240,000;
Achieve 100% Member Participation

Click here to read about The 120 Fund’s Progress

Honoring a legacy of leadership.
Ensuring East End Temple’s future strength.

The 120 Fund, launched in 2017, honors the work of Karen Feuer, our outstanding 12-year, four-term outgoing president.
As EET enters its next phase of growth, The 120 Fund will provide the financial resources for new forward-thinking initiatives developed by clergy and lay leadership.
Initiatives will focus on driving innovative congregational engagement and learning for all members – youth, families, and adults.

For more information, click here.
To support The 120 Fund, contact 120fund@eastendtemple.org