Students preparing for B-Mitzvah at Temple Beth Ahm Yisrael learn quickly that being a Jewish adult means that tikkun olam (repairing the world) and tzedakah (charity) are obligations, not just nice things to do. Each student tells the community what they see is broken in our world and how they will fix it. Their commitment to making our world a better place is reflected in the many acts of chesed (lovingkindness) that our full community undertakes.
Some examples of how the TBAY community strives to repair the world:
In addition, the Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund is used to help individuals in need, as well as organizations that serve the greater community. You may donate to the Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund here.
Do you want to get more involved or start a social action project with TBAY?
Contact the social action committee chair, Debbie Rogut. You can also join the caring committee by reaching out to April Modlinger.