Help make a difference! SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2022
In keeping with Judaism’s teachings of Tikkun Olam, this is a day for volunteers of all ages to come together, lending their time, energy and compassion to work on projects that improve the lives of those in need.
This year, we will have off-campus and at-home activities as well as collections. You can also make a donation to the Kantor Family Center for Justice. Community service hours are available for students. Scroll down to discover ways to participate.
Our opening ceremony featuring CBI President Sharon Landau, CBI Executive Director Steve Allen, CBI Clergy, Palm Beach Mayor Robert Weinroth and Boca Raton Mayor Scott Singer will take place virtually at 9:30am.
Giving in the Community
For those of you looking to get out into the community, join us for gleaning or a beach cleanup. In order to adhere to social-distancing guidelines, we are limited to 20 people for our beach cleanup and 50 people for gleaning. Please sign up for the activity you would like to participate in.
- Red Reef Park Beach Clean Up: Join us at Red Reef Park at 10am to reduce litter, protect our ocean and raise awareness about litter and plastic pollution. Parking is complimentary for CBI Mitzvah Day Group. Please bring your own garbage bags and sunscreen – gloves, pickers, water and a snack will be provided.
- Gleaning: When we glean, we harvest fruits and vegetables for families, seniors and children who have limited access to fresh food. Join us and CROS Ministries to help pick fresh produce from 10-11:30am.
Sign up to drive up and receive a no-sew blanket kit to assemble for local hospital patients and homeless members of our community. Registration is required for this activity. You can pick up your kit on Wednesday 2/2 from 9:30am–12:00pm or 4:00pm-6:00pm. Please drop off your finished blanket on Mitzvah Day from 9:30am-12:30pm in the Admin Circle.