Healing the world, one good deed a time.
Doing the Work Together
Change can happen when each of us commits to doing something with our time and resources for the sake of tikkun olam (repairing the world). Our tradition gives us a blueprint: na’aseh v’nishma, we must act and we must learn. At PAS, we believe that service and education are powerful tools for healing the world. Whether we are meeting the challenges of global warming or addressing the effects of racism, all of us have a role to play. There are so many ways to get involved. The below are just a few of our suggestions! We add new ones regularly, and we’d love to hear your thoughts as well. Feel free to email us at email@example.com.
Jewish Disabilities Awareness and Inclusion Month is observed every February throughout the Jewish community. This year, JDAIM at PAS will focus on both visible and invisible disabilities. We invite you to participate in events that address these challenges.
DOROT Winter Package Delivery
Deliver a package of treats and useful supplies and share warmth and companionship over the phone with an older neighbor. Volunteers will check in at DOROT to collect the package, drop it off at the senior’s front door in the Upper East or Upper West Side, and call the senior to share good wishes. Drop-off locations will be mostly in the UES on January 24 and the UWS on January 25.
Online registration will close on Jan. 20 or once all time slots are filled, whichever comes first.
Met Council Opportunities
Emergency Food Packing in person in Brooklyn
Three shifts available per day, Sunday through Thursday, through Jan 29.
Letter and note-writing from home to homebound seniors and Holocaust survivors.