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“The world stands on three things:

on Torah, on service to G-d, and on acts of human-kindness.”

Pirke Avot 1:2

The Social Action Team invites you to join us in our continuing effort to “repair the world,” one of the most important ways to lead a Jewish life. Together, we engage in projects and activities which address human needs, such as food, shelter, and health security, as well as welcoming the stranger, preserving our environment, and building community connections.  Whether by joining our committee or signing up for just one event, please share your talents, energies, and interests with us. 

Ohev Shalom’s mission affirms that our congregation will “open the heart by assuming a leadership role in the performance of Tzedakah, both within the congregation and in the larger community.” If we understand that the performance of Mitzvot is not an option afforded to us, but a commandment incumbent upon us to follow, we will help the Ohev Shalom community to reach toward Tikkun Olam.

our tikkun olAm programs for 2024

Food Insecurity

Martin Luther King Service Program – Mitzvah Pantry and KleinLife – Mon 1/15/24

Hametz Collection – Mitzvah Pantry – Tue 4/9 – Sun 4.21/24

Meal Donation – Advocates for the Homeless & Those in Need – 5th Monday of the Month – Mon 7/31/23, Mon 10/30/23, Mon 1/29/24,  Mon 7/29/24

 

Economic Insecurity

Purim Collection of Health Items – A Woman’s Place – Tue 3/12 – Sun 3/24/24

Program with Hebrew School for JRA – Jewish Relief Agency – Sun 5/19/24

 

Health

Blood Drive –  Red Cross – Tue 1/23/24

Blood Drive – Red Cross – Tue May 2024

 

Go Green

Reverse Tashlich – Sun 9/10/23

We hope you will get involved in one of our many projects.  New ideas are always welcome.  If you are interested in joining our committee, participating in our activities, or if you have any suggestions for our programs, please contact us at ohev@ohev.org.
 

 “The opposite of good is not evil; the opposite of good is indifference.  In a free society, some are guilty, but all are responsible.”

Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel

Tue, April 23 2024 15 Nisan 5784