Mitzvah Day

Mitzvah Day

SAVE THE DATE

JCC ROCKLAND
TEEN | YOUTH | FAMILY
MITZVAH DAY

A PROJECT OF J-SERVE
SUNDAY, APRIL 17 2016,
2-4PM

For teens grades 6-12 and
families with children grades K-5.


Gain service hours and do good for one or more of our worthy causes.
FREE t-shirt to all pre-registered participants (sign up by Apr 1.)
Youth in grades K-5 must attend with an adult.
Walk-ins accepted but shirt not guaranteed.

 



OPPORTUNITIES FOR:


• INDIVIDUALS


• FAMILIES


• GROUPS

Activities and projects include:

  • Blanket Making for children and teens in emergency shelters
  • Meet and speak with Holocaust survivors and liberators
  • Blood Drive
  • Hands on beautification projects
  • Teen Leadership Initiative events to support JCC Rockland Camps Financial Assistance Fund
    – Carnival $10/entry
  • – Raffle with Awesome prizes $1/ticket

 

Register

Free entry to Mitzvah Day activities.
Does not include wristband for carnival.
Register
Includes Free admission to Mitzvah Day activities and a $10 wristband to participate in the carnival.
Register

Contact

Jane A. Sherwood, MSW, Teen Director
845-362-4400 x179
janes@jccrockland.org


Mitzvah Day Archive

2015

Community Clean Up

Mitzvah day at JCC Rockland: Community Clean UpPartnering with Keep Rockland Beautiful, volunteers clean a tributary to the Hackensack River, our local water supply.

Euro Cafe

Mitzvah day at JCC Rockland: talking to holocaust survivorHolocaust survivors discuss their experiences with high school students.

5-on-5-Basketball

Mitzvah day at JCC Rockland: basketball game The Teen Leadership Initiative hosts a tournament to raise funds for camp scholarship, for families in financial need.

2014

Sweet Treats

Mitzvah Day at JCC Rockland 2014: Sweet TreatsTeens bake treats to raise funds for pediatric cancer research.

Adaptable Games

Mitzvah Day at JCC Rockland 2014: Adaptable GamesMiddle-schoolers improve board games for adults with visual impairment

Family Philanthropy

Mitzvah Day at JCC Rockland 2014: Family PhilanthropyFamilies with elementary-school children decorate their own tzedakah boxes to keep.