There is a strong emphasis on mitzvah activities for the children and families. Sing-alongs at a senior center, cooking meals for families at Ronald McDonald House, volunteer work with our county Parks Department, decorating a spring banner with children at a family shelter, tzedakah collection for Unicef, food and coat drives, jeans drives for the homeless, pet supply drives and a tour of an animal shelter—are just a few of our community-service activities. Speakers are also brought in to discuss environmental and social justice issues, such as clean water and the European emigration crisis, and our role in addressing these issues. The graduating class is required to perform a mitzvah/community service project over the course of the year.
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