Public Service

Our Mission and Code of Conduct

OBJECTIVES AND AIMS

The objects of the Institution is to promote for the public benefit the Jewish Religion by religious instruction and to advance education in Jewish culture, ethics and codes and the advancement of religious understanding. The aims of the Institution are:

  • The conducting of divine service in accordance with the rites of Eastern Jewry all such services to be conducted in accordance with the standards and rules of Jewish Law as stipulated by the Holy Ari and interpreted by Rabbi Ha-Rushush and Rabbi Yosef Haim of Bagdad and the Code of Jewish Law.
  • The establishment of an academy for the learning of higher rabbinical studies and Jewish learning for education of young adult men.
  • By the establishment of classes for the education of children between the ages of 5 to 18 years. And benefitting the public good by the relief of poverty and the help of the sick and the aged.
  • The objectives for the year are shaped by these strategic aims. The policy of the charitable trust continues to be to seek additional finance and support to further its aims.

All things are mortal but the Jew; all other forces pass, but he remains. What is the secret of his immortality?” – Mark Twain

PUBLIC BENEFIT

The charity continues to serve the local Jewish Community’s interest.

benishhaiThe Institution continues to operate within the confines of the charity’s objectives namely in respect of the conducting of divine service in accordance with the rites of Eastern Jewry all such services to be conducted in accordance with the standards and rules of Jewish Law as stipulated by the Holy Ari and interpreted by Rabbi Ha-Rushush and Rabbi Yosef Haim of Bagdad and the Code of Jewish Law, the establishment of an academy for the learning of higher rabbinical studies and Jewish learning for education of young adult men, the establishment of classes for the education of children between the ages of 5 to 18 years and benefitting the public good by the relief of poverty and the help of the sick and the aged.

Where the trustees make grants to institutions, they stipulate how these monies should be spent and constantly monitor the effectiveness of the allocation of the resources extended through the grant funding.