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Chesed - Community Service

CHESED at B'nai Jeshurun

Join your friends, your community, and Chesed and sign up for a project or two! There are many projects planned for the year Please contact Rachel Schwarz to sign up and get involved! Our active Chesed committee seeks to make a difference in our synagogue and in our community. There are so many ways to get involved: cooking and delivering meals to congregants in need, packing food at the Cleveland Foodbank, lending a hand at the Animal Rescue Village, volunteering at Super Sunday with the Cleveland Federation, and so much more.  We hope you will join us to make a difference in our community.

To make a donation to the Joel Schwarz Memorial Chesed Fund in support of the synagogue's Chesed activities, you can give online or mail a check payable to B'nai Jeshurun Congregation (note Chesed in the memo line) to the synagogue.

CHESED COMMITTEE
Rachel Schwarz - Chair

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2024 CHESED CALENDAR

Check back often for NEW dates being added to the calendar! We look forward to volunteering with you and making a difference in our synagogue and community!

2024 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

January 10 - Volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House
February 4 - Volunteer at the Kosher Food Pantry 
March 3 - Assemble Mishloach Manot Bags and help deliver. 
Register to volunteer HERE!
March 6 - Volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House
March 24 - L
end a hand to help us hold the most memorable, magical Purim Carnival in town! Click HERE to learn more!
March 26-28 - Spring Break Lunch Program. Learn more HERE.
April 14 - Volunteer at the Kosher Food Pantry 
April 14 - Good Deeds Day, a global day of volunteerism by creating positive change in our community and in our world. More opportunities to volunteer will be posted soon.
May 1 - Volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House
May 18 - Volunteer Shabbat
June 2 - Race for the Place


Spring Break Lunch Program
March 26-28 (11am - 2pm)

Individuals and families of all ages can volunteer to help children in need during their school spring break. Join the Cleveland Jewish Federation at the May Dugan Center where volunteers will serve hearty hot meals, participate in kid-friendly entertainment, crafts, and enrichment activities.
The Spring Break Lunch Program is generously funded by the Byron Krantz Memorial Fund for Community Service. 

REGISTER  through the Cleveland Jewish Federation HERE.

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Cooking & Meal Delivery

Did you know that CHESED prepares frozen meals that we deliver to our congregants when they need help; whether they are sick, taking care of family in the hospital or just going through a hard time?  B'nai Jeshurun is your family and we want to help.  We are looking for a few more volunteers who can be assigned one week during the year to deliver meals when needed.  For information about our delivery meal program or if you know someone who could use a nice cooked meal, contact Rachel Schwarz.

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