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Tikkun Olam

At the heart of our B’nai Jeshurun community sits the value of Tikkun Olam, our sacred obligation to heal the world. At all stages of life, from the youngest members of our Early Childhood Center, Religious School, teen programs, and through adulthood, TBJ is committed to living out the values of Reform Judaism and the teachings of our ancient tradition by infusing tzedakah (charity), g’milut chasadim (acts of kindness), and tzedek (justice) into each and every corner of TBJ.

 

TBJ High Holy Days Food Drive

Starting August 23rd, we are collecting the following items to benefit Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges (IFPO). You can drop items in the Lock Box outside our main entrance or in the collection bins in the lobby. Thank you for your continued support of our neighbors in need!

1) $10 ShopRite Gift Cards - Most useful for IFPO!

  • Please drop in the Lock Box outside our main entrance.

2) Back-to-School Snack Bags: Fill a one-gallon ziplock bag with individually packaged, no-nut snacks like pretzels, granola bars, raisins, fruit chews, goldfish etc... No juice or candy please!

3) Non-perishables - Will benefit MEND Hunger Relief Network.

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As a way to contribute to the efforts of the Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges (IFPO) and help support those in need, TBJ will hold a monthly food drive, collecting specific items each month. Please check back for the specific items. 

We also need volunteers to:

1) pack bags at the end of each month

2) drive the bags to IFPO

Sign-up to volunteer here by emailing Rabbi Leah Sternberg: lsternberg@tbj.org

*** In addition to the below items, we are also collecting paper and reusable grocery bags***

Tue, September 28 2021 22 Tishrei 5782