Our social action committee is very active and involved in a number of different projects like blood drives, collecting food for homeless shelters, and collecting supplies for schools in under-priveleged neighborhoods.
Before Passover and Thanksgiving, we deliver food to the elderly that would otherwise not be able to celebrate the holidays.
Our Mitzvah Minstrels perform regularly at an eldercare facility.
The committee also assists Bar and Bat Mitzvah children in the selection and execution of their Mizvah projects.
If any of this appeals to you and you feel you would like to participate in Tikun Olam, please join us.
Sign Up for a Social Action Project:
Seeking a Chairperson for the Working Women’s Wardrobe:
Working Women’s Wardrobe clothing and/or accessories drive for spring. Contact Gina (email@example.com / 610-225-0262) if interested.
Volunteer English Program (VEP)
MISSION: VEP is a non-profit group that helps immigrants and refugees in the Chester County Area learn English and adjust to American life and culture. You can make an important and lasting impact on someone’s life by becoming a volunteer tutor. For more information, or to register for a tutor-training workshop, contact VEP at 610-918-8222 / www.volunteerenglish.org
Jewish Family and Children’s Services Challah Mitzvah Project
Every Friday, JFCS volunteers deliver fresh challot to Jewish patients in eleven area hospitals. Your family can support this effort by donating $72 to pay for one challah per week for one year (or $36 for half a year). At year’s end, our Hebrew School will receive a certificate of appreciation with the total number of challot delivered. Simply complete and return the form below with your donation, or contact Sue Carson, Volunteer Services Community Liaison, at 267-256-2074 / firstname.lastname@example.org