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Curb Your Mitzvah

CURB YOUR MITZVAH

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have ways you can help our neighbors in need!

MLK DAY OF SERVICE: CURB YOUR MITZVAH FOOD DRIVE
This MLK Day and Tu B’Shvat, Monday, January 17, join us as we plant seeds for a brighter tomorrow with activities to care for our senior neighbors and our environment. Ways to participate include a service project, blood drive, and donations and drives, including a Curb Your Mitzvah food drive. Click here to learn more.

At Sid Jacobson JCC
Monday, January 17
1-3pm


BANK BUDDY DONATIONS
Shop in your pantry for our most needed items to help us stock the shelves of our Community Needs Bank to donate food to our neighbors in need:

  • Peanut Butter
  • Pasta
  • Rice
  • Canned Tuna, Chicken, Sardines, and Salmon
  • Cereal
  • Shelf-stable Milk
  • Ensure
  • Toilet Paper
  • Diapers and Pull-Ups

KINDNESS CARDS
Create a postcard or card with a personal message that can be sent with a packaged meal to our neighbors in need.


KINDNESS ROCKS
Looking for a fun project for all ages? Collect some rocks and decorate them with a kind message to be added to our Tikkun Olam Rock Garden, located right outside the entrance at SJJCC!
Drop-off anytime at 300 Forest Drive

Susan Berman

VP Community Engagement

(516) 484-1545 x202

Susan received a master’s from Touro College and is an experienced community organizer with high impact volunteer engagement in the greater Jewish community. Prior to joining SJJCC, Susan was working…

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