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Mitzvah Garden

Mitzvah day 2012 was the kick off day to start a new garden at B'nai Jacob to help feed the hungry in Connecticut. Since then, many families have been volunteering their time to maintain the garden and bring food to the food bank.

This garden is part of a greater project called Harvest Now. Organizations throughout Connecticut participate with their own gardens. The produce is weighed and delivered to various food banks in the state.

This is a great way to get involved, its easy and rewarding...a great family project.

It is a great mitzvah to be able to grow fresh, healthy food for the hungry.

If you would like to help with the garden please email Andrea Fleischman at andrea.fleischman@gmail.com.


 

Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen

Volunteer to help serve the homeless.

Second Sundays of every month are B’nai Jacob’s days to volunteer at the Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen.  This is easy and rewarding work for older kids, teens, and adults.
4:15pm - 6:30pm

Contact Kal Watsky with questions or to sign up to volunteer at 203-393-2991 or Kalman.Watsky@gmail.com.


The Soup Kitchen is located at 311 Temple Street, New Haven. 


 

Jewish Alliance for Refuge Resettlement (JCARR)

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Abraham's Tent

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Fri, July 21 2017 27 Tammuz 5777