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How to Publicize a Mitzvah Project

And so the mitzvah project begins. You’re all set with choosing a cause, figuring out exactly what you want to do to help and scheduling your time accordingly. The next step may seem daunting -how does a 12 year-old spread the word to family, friends and the local community? TheMitzvahBowl.com has compiled a guideline illustrating how a mitzvah project is best publicized. Speak to your Synagogue’s Educator(s), Rabbi(s), Cantor(s) and Social Action committee about how to get your mitzvah project information out to the congregation. How does your synagogue communicate within? Go to the Executive Director to learn about what […]


Winter Break Mitzvah Project

JCC Klein is collecting non-perishable food items until January 2, 2015 for their Subaru share the love Event. This is the perfect winter break mitzvah project while bar/bat mitzvah students are home for winter break.  By collecting tea bags, instant coffee, hot cocoa, raisin boxes, pudding and fruit cups, granola bars, oatmeal, peanut butter crackers,  juice boxes and canned foods (i.e. tuna, soup, veggies), you will be feeding homebound senior citizens. Additionally, these items, used for our ‘blizzard bags’, ensure that our customers have what they need should our drivers not be able to get to them in bad weather. It also helps protect the safety of […]