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For more information about any of the Direct Service Projects, please contact Rabbi Ethan Bair, clergy advisor to the Social Justice Network, or Social Justice Fellow Ben Paley.

Blessings in a Backpack (TBSIS Foundation Level Families)

10:45 am (following Tot Shabbat)

 

Saturday, October 15 (Sponsored by the Richard Sharpstein Humanitarian Fund) 
 
Saturday, November 18
 
Sunday, February 11 (Mitzvah Day) 
 
Saturday, March 17

 

 

Join our Temple Beth Sholom Innovative School (TBSIS) families as we sort donated food and pack “backpacks” for elementary school children who qualify for free or reduced lunches at North Beach and Fienberg-Fisher elementary schools . These children often don't  have enough food to eat on the weekends or during school breaks, so the backpacks will help supplement. All backpacks will be assembled on Saturdays following Tot Shabbat and delivered the next Monday.

Co-Chairs: Marina Lubow and Tiffany Hurwitz. For more information call 305.538.7231.

 

Keeping It Clean! Family Friendly Beach Clean Ups

December 3
 
February 11 (Mitzvah Day) 
 
April 22 (Earth Day)

 

Join us for a series of family-friendly beach clean-ups. Get ready to keep Miami Beach litter free and help keep harmful plastic and other trash from ending up in our ocean. We will connect with nature by being outside and working together as a community to improve the environment. This will allow your family to gain a sense of responsibility about their part in keeping our environment clean. L’dor v’dor (from generation to generation).

Co-Chairs: Rachel Unger and Allison Greenfield

 

Mazon 

Third Monday of every month

 

Mazon is a group of volunteers whose sole mission is to provide, prepare, and serve a monthly wholesome dinner to the homeless residents of the Chapman Partnership. We look forward to welcoming you to join more than forty of our members who already experience camaraderie and satisfaction as we strive to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate.

Co-Chairs: Linda and Frederic Friedman and Alice Miller.

 

Ronald McDonald House

December 10
 
February 11 (Mitzvah Day)
 
March 18 and April 29

 

The Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida believe that when you change a child’s life, you change a family’s life, which can change a community and ultimately, the world. Your service will help further this vision as we spend the day making crafts, playing games, performing magic, preparing food ,and connecting with the families at the Ronald McDonald House while their children seek treatment for life-threatening illnesses.

Co-Chairs: Suzanne Meltzer and Lisa Cicero. For more information call 305.538.7231.

 

Wed, October 17 2018 8 Cheshvan 5779