We want to make it easy for you and your family to share in CTJ Tikkun Olam (Repairing the World) efforts . Together with our community partners--including Chemocessories, 1736 Family Crisis Center, Habitat for Humanity, and more -- CTJ will host a variety of community service "stations" that offer participants opportunities to learn, see, and act. Knit for a hospitalized baby, assemble toiletry kits for families in shelters, donate blood at Cedar Sinai bloodmobile, and create accessory sets for women going through chemo. For more information, please contact Brandi.Greenberg@gmail.com.
Stations Will Include:
Project Needs: feeding the hungry in the South Bay (providing hot meals, clothing, toiletries, food pantry)
Jewish World Watch: mobilizing against genocide world wide.
Chemocessories: assembling personalized accessory sets for women undergoing chemotherapy (led by CTJ's own Iris Knell)
SOVA: Federation-sponsored program offering food and support services to those in need
1736 Family Crisis centers: resources and shelter for domestic abuse survivors and troubled youth
Habitat for Humanity: building community and homes for those in need
South Bay Coalition on Human Trafficking: seeking an end to human trafficking
Free to be Me Drumming / We Rock the Spectrum: A safe, creative space, inclusive kids' gym, and therapeutic drumming
Jimmy Miller Memorial Foundation Ocean Therapy for disadvantage youth, wounded veterans
CTJ Chesed Committee: providing meals and support to congregants through illness or crisis
CTJ Knitzvot Group: knitting together and donating the hats, blankets, etc. that they create
CTJ Sisterhood: supporting a variety of causes from collections to scholarships
Cedars Sinai Blood Mobile: Blood drive