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Inclusion B’Kavod Program Page

Kindness, Acceptance, Visibility, Opportunity and Dignity

Ohev Shalom celebrates the uniqueness of each individual and welcomes diversity within our sacred community.

Click here to read about our Mission and Vision 

 

Inclusion B’Kavod Notecards and Necklaces make wonderful gifts!

Inclusion B’Kavod notecards are available for purchase for all your communication needs. Beautifully wrapped in ready-to-go packages, of: 5 cards for $25; 10 cards for $50; 20 cards for $100. They make wonderful gifts or to have for personal use. Each card is a meaningful donation to Inclusion B’Kavod.  Cards may be purchased at Ohev Shalom in the Simcha Boutique or by calling:      Caren Bosk (Richboro/Holland/Newtown) 215-860-1481   or   Shelley Rubin (Langhorne/Yardley/Phila) 215-504-7083.

Also available are our round, silver necklaces, one inch in diameter, with the Inclusion B’Kavod logo inscribed in a beautiful blue color, on a silver chain.

These meaningful, keepsake necklaces were designed by our own Marla Levy, andmake extraordinary gifts. They are $50 which includes a donation to Inclusion B’Kavod. They may be ordered by calling Shelley Rubin at 215-504-7083.

 

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Special Events In The Community

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We had a wonderful car show on September 18

Community Newspaper Articles

Kindness is Only a Start – Bucks County Courier Times

Synagogue Shares its Spirit of Inclusion - New Jersey Jewish News

Monthly Dove Tale Articles

  • Summer 2012
  • Introduction to Inclusion B’Kavod
  • October 2012
  • The Inclusion B’Kavod Initiative Develops and Endowment Fund
  • November 2012 
  • Meet our  CELEBRATIONS! Team
  • December 2012
  • Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Accommodations in our Religious School but Were Afraid to Ask!
  • January 2014
  • If A “Ramp is Just a Beginning,” Then What’s Next?
  • April 2015
  • Finding a spot at Passover, Shabbat and Always