Looking for a way to give back to your community this holiday season? 1. The Christmas Mitzvah Project in Denver, Colorado is a local community-wide effort to lend a hand to hospitals, assisted living facilities, shelters and other organizations this Christmas. 2. Find a local soup kitchen! DoSomething.org has soup kitchen volunteer suggestions in local towns nationwide. 3. Donate Toys. Toys for Tots offers drop off locations for toys donated to children in need. 4. Philadelphia area families can check out MommyPoppins.com for local volunteering. 5. The D.C. area has a list of 39 Places Where You Can Volunteer With Your Kids on The […]
Nationalities Service Center 1216 Arch Street, 4th floor, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107 Contact: Volunteer Coordinator (215) 893-8400 email@example.com Here at Nationalities Service Center (NSC), we believe that immigrants and refugees are a critical part of the fabric of life in the United States, and it is our vision that all immigrants and refugees achieve a life of dignity, safety, stability, sustainable opportunities and meaningful connections to their communities. To this end, NSC provides comprehensive services to immigrants and refugees, including legal protections, community integration, access to health and wellness services, and opportunities to achieve English language proficiency. Our dedicated staff are […]
rmhc.org 2915 Jorie Blvd., Dept. 014 Oak Brook, Illinois 60523 Contact: Vicky Laws (630) 623-6753 firstname.lastname@example.org Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®), a non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation, creates, finds and supports programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children. Through its global network of 300 Chapters in more than 62 countries and regions, its three core programs, the Ronald McDonald House®, the Ronald McDonald Family Room® and the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile®, and millions of dollars in grants to support children’s programs worldwide, RMHC provides stability and vital resources to families so they can get and keep their children healthy […]
Www.themitzvahbowl.com helps bar/bat mitzvah families AND 3 additional audiences. Here’s how we are dedicated to helping each of our client groupings: 1. Bar/Bat Mitzvah Families: Offers a up-to-date database of thousands of meaningful mitzvah projects and ideas for Bar/Bat mitzvah students. Over the past 2 months alone, we have helped over 2000 families. Just think how many families we have helped over the past 5 years! When a family contacts us directly with specific mitzvah project needs, we research their criteria and present them with alternatives. Tell your friends and family all about what we do! 2. Synagogues: Provide support for Jewish […]
We all like cereal, right? Well how about a way for your empty boxes to go to good use! Nut-free empty cereal boxes are being collected for a local charity, The Giving Tree, based in the Ambler, PA area. The boxes are then assembled with arts & crafts items inside, wrapped in white paper and decorated by children with happy pictures and messages for the recipients. These boxes become a part of a special project benefiting children in local pediatric wards, foster care situations, the Ronald McDonald House, & other unfortunate circumstances. What a great way to bring a smile […]
Yad Leah: Clothing For Israel YadLeah.org 362 South Parkway, Clifton, NJ 07014 Contact: Tzvi Katz, Volunteer Department 973 955 0861 email@example.com Yad Leahs mission is to alleviate the impact of poverty in Israel by providing high quality, new and lightly used clothes to low income Jewish communities in a manner that preserves the individuals self-respect. Collected by volunteers in the United States, the clothing is sold for a fraction of its true value in a store-like environment in Israel. By providing families with an opportunity to shop for affordable clothing, Yad Leah treats its customers with the dignity that is due all human […]
Tabor Children’s Services 601 New Britain Rd., Doylestown, PA 18901 Contact: Ariana Burrows, Chief Development Officer 215 348-4071 ext. 219, Ariana.Burrows@tabor.org Tabor Children’s Services mission is to keep children safe, strengthen families and promote independence via in-home and mental health services, adoption and foster care services and prevention and supervised independent living support. Mitzvah projects include collecting much needed items: disposable diapers/wipes, book bags, school supplies, binders, non-perishable food. You may also help with clerical work as a community service project with the mission of keeping children safe during our business hours.