Chesed - Community Service


chesed_at_bnai_jeshurun_logo.jpgEVERY HELPING HAND MAKES A DIFFERENCE
 

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, helping young students learn to read and write at the Stepstone Academy, 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.

 


2017-2018 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

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August – School Supplies for Stepstone
August 20 – KFP (Kosher Food Pantry)
September 10 – Federation Fall Cemetery Clean-up
September 17 - KFP
October 15 - KFP
October 29 – Super Sunday
November 8 – Transplant House
November 9 – Family Night Greater Cleveland Food Bank
November 19 – KFP
December – Stepstone – Holiday gifts/ Bellfaire Gift Givingfood_bank_2016.pngDecember 3 – Ronald McDonald house
January 10 – Transplant House
January 21 – KFP
February 13 – Assemble Mishloach Manot (Tuesday night Hebrew School)
February 18 – Deliver Mishloach Manot (Menorah Park)
MARCH – Collection:  Harvest for Hunger (Chametz) – Greater Cleveland Food Bank
               Kosher Food for Passover for the JFSA
March 8 – Family Night (Greater Cleveland Food Bank)
March 14 – Transplant House
March 18 – KFP
April 15 – KFP
May 9 – Transplant House
May 13 – The Race


STEPSTONE ACADEMY 

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We have adopted a kindergarten class at the newly created charter school Stepstone Academy.
We will follow this class to 8th grade and as a congregation help the students be successful in school and life as best we can. 
 

 

 

 


chicken1.jpgCOOKING AND 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 more information about our CHESED delivery meal program or if you know someone who could use a nice cooked meal, contact Rachel Schwarz.