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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.

If you are interested in more Tikkun Olam efforts, please contact Rabbi Leah Sternberg:

Hosting a Ukrainian Refugee Family 2023

Over the past few months, a group of TBJ members has been working diligently to prepare to host a refugee family from Ukraine through HIAS (Hebrew International Aid Society). See information about their arrival and how to help here!

Read the Full Letter Here

Support the Ukrainian Family Here

Help Jewish Family Service of MetroWest on March 31

JFS needs volunteers to deliver packages and meals for Passover to homebound seniors and Holocaust survivors on Friday March 31st.  The bags/meals get picked up between 10:00 – 11:00AM in Livingston and are delivered across Essex and Hudson Counties.  Volunteers can sign up for deliveries by town.  Drivers to towns in Morris County are especially needed.  If you are interested, register as a volunteer here.  For more info, contact Julie Cramer-Le at .

Volunteering with IFPO

On Mondays and Wednesdays, Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges is always looking for volunteers to help pack and distribute bags of food and necessities to our neighbors in need.  

Click here to sign-up for a slot. Check back often for more dates to open up.

Sun, March 26 2023 4 Nisan 5783