Tributes & Dedications

To discuss your gift and recognition opportunities, contact our Development Office:

Linda Abramsohn
Development Administrator
905.709.3636 x 1222

A charitable receipt will be issued for the full amount of your gift.

Tributes & Dedications

Tribute Cards

Celebrate holidays, milestone events, or simply send a warm greeting. Send a card in honour or memory of a family member or friend, while investing in our school and our children.

Option 1

$18 Set of 4 blank cards and envelopes.

Option 2

We inscribe your personal message and mail the card for you. Minimum donation of $18 per card. This option is fully tax receiptable.

To order:

Rosh Chodesh Sponsorship

When the new Hebrew month falls on a school day, we note the occasion with a Rosh Chodesh service. Tefillah is led by students, Torah is read by students and each service has a guest who delivers a D’var Torah. This is a wonderful opportunity to honour a student, family member or commemorate a simcha/special occasion.

Sponsorship Opportunities


  • Honourable mention/special message at each Rosh Chodesh service
  • Fully tax receiptable


  • Honourable mention/special message at 3 Rosh Chodesh services
  • Fully tax receiptable


  • Honourable mention/special message at 1 Rosh Chodesh service
  • Fully tax receiptable

Leo Baeck Siddur

The Leo Baeck Siddur was created as the ideal tool for transmitting Jewish practice and meaning through the power of prayer. Our Siddur is published in two volumes; a Senior Edition for Grades 5-8 and a Junior Edition for Grades 1-4, and is gifted to each student.

It is a beautiful, illustrated, bound Siddur that reflects the educational and religious beliefs taught to our children. We hope it will become a treasure for students and families alike in their lifelong quest for meaningful Jewish practice.

Mezuzah Dedications

Support Leo Baeck’s South Campus by dedicating an artful mezuzah created by our very own students and faculty and hung on every door post throughout the school. Donors will be recognized on individual plaques displayed on the entrance wall to the Kimel Family Chapel, next to the spectacular mezuzah art installation.