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Mitzvah Mania

One-time service projects for teens

Mitzvah Mania offers service opportunities for teens in grades 6 to 12, incorporating Jewish learning into volunteer work. These one-time volunteer projects are a perfect opportunity to help our community, without making any large commitments. Mitzvah Mania occurs periodically through the winter and spring and almost daily at the end of August. Examples of past projects include crafting or cooking with residents of local senior homes, clothing and item drives for underprivileged families, environmental restoration, and assisting in combating food insecurity. Learn more

Questions? Contact Avi Siegel. We look forward to you joining us!

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