Donation box in the CTJ lobby for new cosmetics and other beauty products to create Mother's Day gift baskets for 1736 Family Crisis Centers - local nonprofit shelters and outpatient services for domestic violence survivors, runaway and homeless youth, low-income people, and persons in crisis.
CTJ is privileged to host Israeli Gidon Bromberg and Jordanian Munqeth Mehyar, two of the directors of Ecopeace an organization cooperating at the grassroots and national level between Israelis, Palestinians, and Jordanian. Ecopeace works on water issues such as:
Grassroots community activism on ‘environmental peacemaking’
Work to rehabilitate the Jordan River - the river holy to Christianity, Judaism, and Islam and yet woefully polluted and debilitated today.
Effort to develop a cross-border “Peace Park” on an island in the Jordan between Israel, Jordan, and the Palestinian Authority.
Efforts to save the Dead Sea
Food prep: 2 p.m. Dinner: 5-7 p.m. All ages welcomed! We’re serving a warm meal, distributing some summer items, and spreading some cheer. More information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jewish World Watch works to end genocide and mass atrocities worldwide. The Walk To End Genocide brings together activists of all ages and background to rise up in one united voices to say: We will not stand idly by while genocide and mass atrocities occur.
Come for the Walk, and stay for the crafts, projects, advocacy booths, food, art, music, and merchandise. Walk with friends who are committed like you to making the world a better place. For information, contact Gwen Wexler at email@example.com. To register to join Team CTJ or make a donation to Team CTJ visit Jewish World Watch.
Event will be at Pan Pacific Park Recreation Center, 7600 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036.
CTJ will be hosting a flower-planting day at 1736 Family Crisis Youth Center, at Purdue and Culver in Mar Vista, in preparation for the Grand Opening of the facility which will provide social services, counseling, activities, and temporary shelter for homeless youth.
For more information contact Stacy.Young@ctjmb.org