How you can help

If you are a Jewish teen that cares about helping others and the world you live in, look no further. Here are different ways that you can make a difference in the world:

  • Local community organizations are always in need of volunteers. There are many organizations near you that could use your help. Click here to find out more about community service volunteer opportunities
  • If you are looking for a cause to support, check out our causes page for ideas and causes that need your help.
  • Create an tzedakah fund in your own name, and you can distribute money annually to the organizations of your choice.

In addition to setting up a fund, teens can fund a one time project that is of interest to them. To learn about previous projects funded by B’nai Tzedek teen participants, read some of our B'nai Tzedek teens' stories.  There are many projects that are looking for funding. If you are interested in funding a project, become a member and find out more on how to start a project.

 

Project: Jewish Summer Camp Scholarships

Help children from low income families attend day camp this summer and ensure these children have a meaningful, safe and fun summer.

Project: Prosserman JCC Chai Sports

Help children realize their potential in athletics, and set them on a path towards a healthy lifestyle.

Project: Gymnastics Instruction for Ethiopian-Israeli Youth

Extra-curricular programs, like gymnastics, enable youth to develop their talents and form an integral part of a well-rounded education.

Organization: Zareinu Educational Centre

Zareinu improves the quality of life for children with disabilities and their families by providing the most up-to-date therapies and learning strategies so they may achieve their individual potential.