Suzanne Gallant has made TAE her spiritual home for nearly two decades. It is the place where she devotes her time and energy, and which she has selected as a philanthropic destination for the Gallant-Schiff Foundation.
Because of her extraordinary commitment to TAE’s youth, the temple has established the Gallant-Schiff Infant Center. She also initiated the creation of a new community Torah in honor of TAE’s 50th Anniversary Torah Project, provided state-of-the-art educational technology for our Religious School and Early Childhood Center, as well as access to live-streamed Shabbat services.
Please Join Us in Celebrating a Remarkable Woman!
Suzanne’s contributions include:
- Community Torah, now used during bar and bat mitzvahs
- Establishing the Gallant-Schiff Infant Center
- Gallant-Schiff Infant Center COVID scholarships
- iPads for TAE teachers
- OWL Lab remote teaching technology
- ViewSonic and Promethean Interactive Whiteboards
- Funding for Youth Group programming
- Live-stream and projector technology
THIS CELEBRATION IS ALSO AN IMPORTANT FUNDRAISER FOR OUR INFANT CENTER, PRESCHOOL, AND RELIGIOUS SCHOOL!
PLEASE HELP US HONOR SUZANNE WITH A TRIBUTE AND SPONSORSHIP.
For sponsorship and tribute information click here. Click here to RSVP for the Special Shabbat & Tribute Celebration!
You might know Suzanne for her poetry, her knitting, her generous spirit of giving, or her love of community. But no matter how you know her, you’ll learn something new about Suzanne Gallant in this enlightening episode of The Schmooze. Alison talks to Suzanne about her Jewish journey beginning in her hometown of Columbus, Ohio, how she helped build a temple in New Haven, Connecticut, and what eventually brought her to the Conejo Valley and Temple Adat Elohim. And don’t worry, she tackles the Jewish-ified James Lipton questions too!