Might Mitzvah Sunday! The Time is NOW!
October 30, 2011
Make a difference in the community. Projects will benefit at-risk youth, the working poor, US military servicemen and women overseas, the hungry, home-bound seniors and a native plant garden! We need you there!!!
And please bring a pack of diapers to donate.
Save a Life. Give Blood. October 30, 2011
Go to WWW.REDCROSSBLOOD.ORG and use code 1234 to book your appointment and to learn about important requirements for a successful blood donation. If you have traveled or started taking a new medication please check the website before signing up.
Someone’s life depends on someone else’s donation. Sign up TODAY.
Prepare and serve dinner at Ronald McDonald House
Ronald McDonald House provides a place for families to stay while they have a child undergoing life-saving treatment at Rady Children’s Hospital. Make their lives a little easier by helping at meal time. Contact Sam to sign up or learn more.
Storefront Teen Emergency Night Shelter
Prepare and enjoy breakfast with homeless and at-risk teens.
First and Third Sunday each month.
Contact Guy to volunteer and/or donate breakfast supplies.
Women’s Center – Cooks Needed Throughout the Year
Prepare and bring dinner and help women in need.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Ruth to help out.
For more information about any programs, contact email@example.com
Our Congregation provides its members with many opportunities for social action. Our programs benefit women’s and teen shelters, foster children and homeless veterans, the homebound and the hungry. By reaching out to people in need, we not only help to repair the world, but also strengthen our Jewish identity and provide an important example of our values for our children.
- Hand Up Food Pantry and Military Base Basket Distribution
- Mighty Mitzvah Sunday
- Teen shelter dinners
- Women’s shelter dinners
- Friday night services at Seacrest Village
- Annual Stand Down for 700+ homeless veterans
- Western Services Workers Association (an organization that aids the working poor in your area)
In addition volunteers are appreciated to help with Hesed activities such as assisting at time of death and illness, arranging transportation etc.
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