The Yeshiva annual dinners are a tradition that spans generations.

In its seven decades of service to the Jewish community, Yeshiva has held a number of annual scholarship dinners. Each one was unique, whether it involved hearing from Israel’s Chief Rabbi, Yisroel Meir Lau, or listening to the sweet songs of our boys choir. However, they all had one theme in common—they recognized the special relationship that exists between Yeshiva families, faculty, staff, and supporters.

Educating a child requires the active involvement of parents, the dedication of teachers and staff, and the generous participation of donors.

The fact that Yeshiva has taught generations of students is proof positive that this mutual relationship is both vital and effective. It is also ongoing. To help maintain Yeshiva’s 70-year track record of commitment to Jewish education, please consider honoring a teacher or celebrating a simcha or other milestone by donating to our scholarship fund today.