CALL TO ACTION DURING OCTOBERLet's celebrate our 50th with Social Action. Operation Gratitude—November 1-November 11: Donate candy to be distributed to US troops in honor of Veteran's Day. Please place in the marked box in the CBS foyer.
On-Going All Month Toy Collection-- Donate new, unwrapped toys to be distributed by several groups to children in need. Please place in the marked boxes in the CBS fyer or School area.
11/12/2017 Mitzvah Day – From 9am-12pm at CBS, a wide variety of activities will be offered including: making dog toys for animal shelters, creating wellness bags for cancer patients, decorating tzedakah boxes and preparing food for pantry clients. Drop in anytime! All ages are welcome.
11/14/2017 PADS Meal Preparation-- Prepare or purchase a portion of a meal for homeless individuals sustained by “Providing Advocacy, Dignity and Shelter.”
Contact Sandee Levin, Social Action VP at [email protected] with questions or to volunteer
Charity is a fundamental part of the Jewish way of life. Reaching out to those in need is central to Jewish being. Congregation Beth Shalom offers opportunities to donate your time and/or items to help others. Beth Shalom will continue with projects of the past and will establish new projects - all which will need volunteers!
Volunteer to join our CBS Social Action Committee and be one of our Mitzvah Volunteer Partners (MVPs). No experience is required. Have a suggestion for a project? New areas of concern can be addressed at any moment. . Most of all, we need your help. Use the links on the left to see our upcoming activities. Check this site often for updates!
CBS IN ACTION Throughout the Year
During the past year, more than 300 CBS volunteers of all ages – young and old alike - have helped our community, but we need many, many more. We need leaders/coordinators who can spearhead projects as well as volunteers to make these projects happen and support our Jewish and non-Jewish friends in need. With your help
We at Congregation Beth Shalom
feed and clothe the local homeless through PADS shelters
provide support to local Jewish social service agencies such as Shalva, Jewish Child and Family Services, the Ark, and others
support our troops
provide flu shots
provide much needed assistance to LifeSource through our annual blood drive
stock and sort food at our local food pantry
Help with one or with all – whatever works for you and your situation. If time is an issue, try a short project - something that takes just an hour or two like stocking our local Northfield Township food pantry, which is a quick and easy social action project.
Please email Sandee Levin at [email protected] or call her at 847-372-5744 if you can join us or have a project to suggest.