Many Bar and Bat Mitzvah students at Congregation Beth Emeth undertake a "Mitzvah Project", which is a project to help others in the community, in other parts of the world, or in the synagogue in some significant way. Students are encouraged to choose a project related to their own personal interests and hobbies, or to a need they have seen that is meaningful to them. A selection of current projects are described below. Some projects request assistance or invite participation from friends, family and the congregation, and we hope you will consider taking part.
Current B'nai Mitzvah Projects
Sunday, February 11, 12:00-12:30 PM, Bake Sale! Come have a sweet treat in the Religious School Hallway to support Sasha Osinovsky's bat mitzvah project. We will have tasty cakes, delicious cupcakes and more amazing treats! All of the proceeds will go to support AKIM Israel, the leading organization caring for people with disabilities in Israel. (The goods will be baked in a non-kosher kitchen.) If you would like to learn more about her mitzvah project and donate, visit: www.ujafedny.org/mitzvah-projects/osinovsky/.
Is your (child's) Bar/Bat Mitzvah upcoming? We would like to share projects, including a brief summary of the project and its meaning to the student. If appropriate, we would also like to include how your guests and the congregation can help, either by direct participation or by contributing to the related organization(s). After your project is approved, please complete the EZ Publicity form (see the special notes in the left-hand column about using this form to publicize b'nai mitzvah projects.) Please send any appropriate graphic, photo, logo or flyer to the attachments email address shown on the EZ Publicity page. Once your project is posted here, we'll send you a direct link that you can give to your guests! Questions about publicizing your project? Contact Susan Berger, CBE Communications Manager.