Mitzvah Project Ideas: How to Choose Your Bar/Bat Mitzvah Project (+ Examples)

Your child’s Bar/Bat Mitzvah is around the corner.

Everything is set for the big day…

All that’s left is to watch your “baby” turn into a young Jewish adult.

How exciting!

But wait a minute…

There’s one thing missing.

I mean, Isn’t the whole point of a Bar/Bat Mitzvah to celebrate their coming of age? The day they finally become accountable for their actions and follow the Jewish Mitzvot (commandments)?

(Answer: yes)

And how do you introduce a Bar/Bat Mitzvah to Mitzvot?

With one BIG, meaningful & unforgettable Mitzvah… that’s how!

Introducing: The Mitzvah project.

What is a Mitzvah Project?

Bar Mitzvah & IDF Planting Trees
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The Mitzvah project is a popular Jewish custom where a Bar/Bat Mitzvah chooses a special Mitzvah they like to fulfill to celebrate their Jewish coming of age.

It’s a unique opportunity for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah to contribute to others, learn about the importance of the Mitzvah and create a fulfilling experience they’ll never forget.

The concept of Mitzvah projects is relatively new. It was designed to help B’nai Mitzvah learn more about the different Jewish commandments (after all, there are 613 of em’), and help practice the Mitzvah in real life.

This gives the young Bar/Bat Mitzvah a “soft landing” to the world of the Jewish commandments…

Look at this way:

  • Best case scenario: The Mitzvah project gives them a “spark” to fulfill more Mitzvot regularly.
  • Worst case scenario: They get an amazing experience they’ll carry with them for the rest of their life.

Win-win!

How to Choose a Mitzvah Project

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There are 613 Mitzvot (!) to choose from for your Mitzvah project, divided into two categories:

  1. Mitzvot between you and G-d
  2. Mitzvot between you and other people

Now, you’re probably thinking: “This is overwhelming!” 

And you’re right: it can be overwhelming if you approach it the wrong way.

But with the right process, you’ll be able to choose a meaningful Mitzvah project that your child LOVES.

The process is simple:

  1. Write down what you like
  2. Choose your Mitzvah Project
  3. Announce your Mitzvah Project
  4. Fulfill the Mitzvah

Simple, right?

If you just screamed “No! It’s scary!”.

… Good!

Because I’ll be with you every step of the way (virtually speaking) … until the moment you decide “THAT! That is my Mitzvah project!”

Ready?

Let’s begin…­­­

Step 1: Write Down What You Like 

Brainstorming Mitzvah Project

Forget about choosing your Mitzvah project for now.

Count to 3, and get it out of your head.

3… 2… 1…

Poof!

Is it out?

Good.

Right now – all I want you to do is write down everything you know about yourself. 

(I know it sounds odd… but bear with me) 

If you’re going to bother choosing a Mitzvah project, then it should be something you care deeply about.

Because let me tell you – there’s no shortage of Mitzvah projects you can choose from. So, the more specific you can get, the easier it’ll be to choose.

Here’s how it works:

I’m going to ask you a bunch of questions… I want you to write down everything that comes to mind.

And by everything, I mean EVERYTHING.

This is a brainstorming exercise… the entire goal is to write. things. down.

Writing it down on paper (or screen) makes it “real”.

Grab a pen and paper (or a keyboard) …

Relax… Sit comfortably…

Ready? Here we go:

  • What are your hobbies? 
  • How do you spend most of your time? 
  • What are your unique strengths and qualities? 
  • What qualities would you like to improve? 
  • What Jewish customs or prayers do you find interesting? 
  • Think about the last time you saw someone who needs help. Who was it? 
  • Think about the people in your life you care about. Ask yourself: how can you help them (or other people like them)
  • Think about all those times you saw someone in despair and thought to yourself. “boy…I wish I could do something to help them”? 
  • What Mitzvah projects did your friends choose that you also liked
  • Who do you know that can help you find a Mitzvah project (think friends, relatives, neighbors, teachers, charities)?

If you did this exercise right – you should have at least a full page-or-two (or more) of things you care about.

Next, we’ll look at a bunch of popular Mitzvah project ideas and find out which ones fit best with what you just wrote.

Tip: You don’t have to go through this exercise yourself. Ask your parents, teachers, Rabbi, friends to help out. Chances are they know you pretty well and they’ll love to help out.

Step 2: Choose Your Mitzvah Project

Mitzvah Project Ideas Notebook

Thousands of Jewish kids choose a Mitzvah project every single year.

Why reinvent the wheel, if you can just take a look out what other B’nai Mitzvah choose and steal borrow their Mitzvah project?

So… grab the notes you took earlier, and choose the ones you find interesting.

Here are a few unique Mitzvah project ideas & examples to get you started:

Charity & Tzedakah 

Indeed, 12 and 13-year-olds don’t normally have a bunch of cash stuffed under their mattress…

Still, many B’nai Mitzvah get a generous amount of money for their Bar/Bat Mitzvah… Even if you donate a teeny-tiny percentage of what you got to charity – it can make a world of difference.

What if you didn’t get a whole lot of money? What if instead of money, you received Bar or Bat Mitzvah gifts?

Well, good news – donating doesn’t necessarily involve money.

You can donate anything from old clothes, toys, hair (for cancer patients), food, bicycles, Purim costumes, even your fancy Bat Mitzvah dress.

And the good thing about donating these things? You won’t be able to use them in a few years anyway – you’ll eventually “outgrow” them!

Remember:

One person’s past is another person’s future.Click To Tweet

Prayer

Thankfully, there is no shortage of Jewish prayers you can choose from.

But you may be wondering: “Why should I choose a prayer for my Mitzvah project? What’s so special about that?”

Well, let me tell you this… There’s more to Jewish prayers than meets the eye.

Many Jewish prayers have layers upon layers of deep, hidden meaning… So deep, that it makes Alice in Wonderland look like a friggin’ amateur.

For example – did you ever wonder…

  • What makes the “Amidah” prayer so important?
  • Why King David wrote certain songs in Tehillim (Psalms)?
  • What is the hidden meaning of the Song of Songs?

Tip: If you like to acquire the habit of praying every day – I recommend you choose a prayer from Shacharit (like the Shema) – and learn the ins-and-outs of it.

Uncovering the secrets of certain Jewish prayers is like peeling a never-ending onion: the more layers you peel, the more layers you uncover. And just like peeling an onion, you might even shed a tear or two.

Tallit & Tefillin

Tallit & Tefillin are technically two separate Mitzvot. But since we (usually) wear them together – you can combine both Mitzvot into one and kill two birds with one stone (killing, by the way, is a big no-no).

Chesed Projects

Love your neighbor as yourself…” - (Leviticus 19:18)Click To Tweet

The word “Chesed” in Hebrew translates to “love and kindness”.

Note: Ever heard of Gemilut Chasadim? It literally means “contributing kindness”.

Unfortunately, we’re surrounded by people who go through difficult periods in their lives: poverty, sickness, loneliness…

People who go through challenges in life find it hard to stay positive, especially if they don’t have family or friends to support them. These people could use acts of kindness more than ever.

That’s where Chesed comes in.

There are nearly unlimited ways to give to those in need, and plenty of organizations that will help you fulfill various acts of kindness (you’ll find several organizations like that at the end of the article).

The following Mitzvah project ideas all qualify as “Chesed” Mitzvah projects.

Volunteer at a nursing home or hospital

People in nursing homes are starving for human contact.

You can make someone’s day just by sitting and listening to someone share their life story and wisdom with you.

Help holocaust survivors 

There are approximately 100,000 holocaust survivors in the US alone. Almost 25,000 of them are 85 years old or older, and over 6,000 of them live in poverty.

Needless to say – they deserve to live their final years with respect and dignity.

Thankfully, several organizations do their best to make that happen.

Spend time with children with disabilities

You can spend time with kids with special needs.

Or, you can even donate some of your remaining Bar/Bat Mitzvah party decorations. For example – instead of throwing away balloons, flowers and party favors – you can donate it to other kids and put a smile on their faces.

Support orphans & kids with disabilities

Not every child is lucky enough to have a supporting family, celebrate Jewish holidays or celebrate a Bar/Bat Mitzvah. Several organizations help you contribute to underprivileged kids: provide them with school supplies, give them presents on Jewish holidays and send them to summer camp.

Train or sponsor a guide dog

There are fabulous organizations that provide free guide dogs to people who are blind or visually impaired. You can be a part of this incredible Mitzvah by helping train a dog or by supporting them financially.

Raise awareness for charities

Lots of people need help. Charities do their best with what they have, but they could do a lot more if they didn’t have limited resources.

Pick a charity and help drive awareness to their cause… they sure could use your help.

Start a fundraiser online

Starting an online fundraiser has never been easier.

You can raise money and awareness to contribute to your favorite charity and make a big difference in someone’s life with just a few mouse clicks.

Plant trees in Israel

When you shall come to the land you shall plant trees” (Leviticus 19:23)Click To Tweet

Up until a few decades ago – Israel was mostly sand.

Then, with lots of hard work, persistence, planting one tree after another – the land grew and flourished into the beautiful country we have today.

But you know what they say: If you’re not moving forward, you’re falling behind.

Growth has to continue, nature has to be preserved… and you can help make that happen.

How? By planting a tree in Israel.

Here’s the best part: you don’t even have to physically be in Israel to plant a tree (if you’re planning a Bar/Bat Mitzvah trip to Israel – then by all means – plant one yourself!).

Thankfully, there are plenty of organizations that can plant a tree on your behalf (I’ll mention a few of them later).

Organize a bake sale

Go on a baking frenzy and sell them like hot buns!

You can bake Challah (which is a Mitzvah in of itself), pastries, cakes… and sell them in your neighborhood.

Got leftovers?

You know what to do…

Donate food to a shelter or senior homes

Guess what? Odds are you’ll have plenty of food left over from your party. Why throw so much food to the garbage if there so many homeless people out there (literally) starving?

Instead, ask your caterer to wrap the leftover food and drinks from your Bar/Bat Mitzvah party, and drive it to a nearby shelter so people can enjoy some of your delicious Bar/Bat Mitzvah food.

Or, you can even …

Volunteer at a food shelter or soup kitchen 

They could sure use a hand.

Volunteer at an animal shelter or hospital

Love animals? You can choose to help animals for your Mitzvah project at your nearest animal shelter or hospital.

Step 3: Announce Your Mitzvah Project

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It’s best to announce the Mitzvah during the Bar/Bat Mitzvah speech.

If you’re not planning a party or a reception (for example, if you’re taking a Bar/Bat Mitzvah trip instead) – then you can either announce it in front of your family or friends or even announce it on social media.

Otherwise, if you’re not planning a party or a reception (for example, if you’re just having the ceremony or you’re taking a Bar/Bat Mitzvah trip instead) – then you can either announce it in front of your family and friends or even announce it on social media.

Tip: Don’t use Snapchat, Stories, or any of these temporary mediums that immediately disappear. The whole point of announcing your Mitzvah Project is to keep yourself accountable. These mediums do the exact opposite – they let you off the hook.

The public announcement is designed to put some social pressure on your child so that they’re more likely to follow through on their Mitzvah project. 

Step 4: Fulfill the Mitzvah

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This is the fun part: fulfilling the Mitzvah.

Start by learning the ins and outs of the Mitzvah:

  • What makes this Mitzvah so important?
  • How do you fulfill the Mitzvah?
  • Do you practice the Mitzvah regularly?

Personal Mitzvah Projects

If your Bar/Bat Mitzvah chose a personal Mitzvah project like praying, lighting Shabbat candlesticks or wearing Tallit & Tefillin every day – come up with a plan (together) that’ll help them to stick to it…

Include incentives if you have to…

Incentives?

Yep, incentives…

  • Want to light Shabbat candles every week? Get the Bat Mitzvah her very own pair of Shabbat candlesticks and light candles together every week.
  • Want to wear a Tallit & Tefillin in a Minyan? Get the Bar Mitzvah a beautiful Tallit & Tefillin, and join him for the morning prayers in the synagogue so he’ll get used to praying in a Minyan.

Tip: In Orthodox communities, a Tallit is exclusive to boys, while in conservative and reform communities, the Bat Mitzvah wears them too.

You get the idea…

Fulfilling a personal Mitzvah project (especially a recurring one) means you’ll have to start developing new habits… and that’s easier said than done.

Ever started a new year’s resolution?

  1. December is here. The new year is just around the corner… You decide it’s about damn time you start going to the gym, quit smoking, or perhaps pray in the synagogue regularly.
  2. January arrives. You start going to the gym… Hooray! You’re all fired up: “I’m going to crush it this year!”.
  3. But then the dreaded February comes… Your gym membership still exists. Your “fire”? Not so much.

The bottom line is this: if you want new habits to “stick”, it has to be compelling enough to make you want to continue doing it after the initial excitement fades off.

Public Mitzvah Projects

With a public Mitzvah project like Tzedakah or volunteering – the good thing is you don’t have to come up with a plan yourself.

The organization you contribute to usually takes care of that… they’ll guide you through the entire process. All you’ve got to do is follow their instructions and make sure you stick to it.

It still requires some self-discipline, but it’s typically easier to achieve because you’re “held accountable” by the organization AND your family (you announced it during your Bar/Bat Mitzvah speech, remember?)

Speaking of organizations you can contribute to…

Mitzvah Project Organizations

By now you probably have a few Mitzvah project ideas in mind…

Now… it’s time to turn that idea into reality.

How?

Allow me to introduce you to amazing organizations & non-profits that can help your Mitzvah project come to life.

We reached out to several organizations that accept Bar/Bat Mitzvah boys & girls with open arms. We asked them to share the experience you’ll get if you choose them as your Mitzvah project partner. And more importantly – how your contribution can make a difference in other people’s lives.

Here’s what they had to say:

Survivor Mitzvah

Survivors Mitzvah

Who are we?

The Survivor Mitzvah Project (SMP) is an urgent humanitarian effort bringing direct and continuous financial aid to elderly and forgotten Holocaust survivors in Eastern Europe who are in desperate need of food, heat, and medication. 

The project helps survivors in Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Slovakia, Transnistria, Ukraine and parts of Russia. We also bring kindness and compassion to these last survivors of the Holocaust.

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“The young people who have chosen the award-winning Survivor Mitzvah Project for their Bar & Bat Mitzvahs have found the experience to be life-changing.  They are so very proud to have helped support a Holocaust survivor (usually they raise enough to support their survivor for an entire year!)

 Just knowing that they are the last generation to help the last generation of Holocaust survivors is incredibly meaningful.”

– Zane Buzby, Survivor Mitzvah

Leket Israel

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Who are we?

Leket Israel, Israel’s premier food rescue organization, collects and rescues 40 million pounds of healthy, surplus food annually that would have gone to waste, and distributes it to those in need. 

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“We invite you to check out our B’nai Mitzvah projects & ideas to connect Leket Israel with your special milestone, both in Israel and locally: 

  • Volunteer in Israel on the Leket fields to pick and rescue fresh produce for the needy, or sort produce at our Logistics Center to be distributed to our non-profit partners throughout Israel feeding those in need.
  • Locally, you can create various projects to support Leket Israel; past projects include a bake sale, organizing and selling cookbooks and Havdalah candles, decorating tote bags to be used to collect rescued produce, and more.
  • Create a free Leket Israel Fundraising Page to raise funds for needy Israelis. Through a Leket Israel B’nai Mitzvah project, each donation of $136 can feed one high school student in need with a hot nutritious meal every day.”

Elena Rosenbaum, American Friends of Leket Israel

One Warm Coat

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Who are we?

One Warm Coat is a national nonprofit organization, committed to providing a free, warm coat to any person in need, without discrimination.

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“With One Warm Coat’s Coat Drive Program, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs can craft their own, unique coat drive – choosing the dates, length of the drive, and location(s). One Warm Coat provides the support and tools for ultimate success- including a free Coat Drive Kit! 

All coats collected stay in the local community; Bar/Bat Mitzvahs can select a local nonprofit agency in need of coats through One Warm Coat’s website, or they may choose an organization they know and have worked with in the past.”

Patti Zappa, One Warm Coat 

MAZON

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Who are we?

Inspired by Jewish values and ideals, MAZON is a national advocacy organization working to end hunger among people of all faiths and backgrounds in the United States and Israel.

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“MAZON’s Bar/Bat Mitzvah Project encourages students to find personally meaningful ways to incorporate Tzedakah (charity/justice) into their new lives as adults. 

Our program is designed for students to mix and match Tzedakah & Tikkun Olam opportunities to create a partnership with MAZON that is unique for each young adult.”

Liz Braun, MAZON

The Guide Dog Foundation

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Who are we? 

The Guide Dog Foundation provides guide dogs and training – free of charge – to people who were blind or visually impaired.

For 70 years, the Guide Dog Foundation has trained and placed guide and service dogs to provide increased independence and enhanced mobility to people who are blind, have low vision or have other disabilities.

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“Celebrating your Bar or Bat Mitzvah by choosing the Guide Dog Foundation for your Mitzvah Project is a wonderful starting point in the long-term journey of Tikkun Olam, “fixing the world”.   

By choosing the Guide Dog Foundation as their project, you can literally help change someone’s life. 

We’ll also guide you with assistance in announcing your milestone and creating a personal fundraising page to raise awareness and funds for the people we serve who are blind or have low vision.”  

Andrew Rubenstein, The Guide Dog Foundation

JAFCO

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Who are we?

JAFCO’s mission is to care for abused and neglected children and those with disabilities in the Jewish community and to work in partnership with families and the entire community. 

We believe that the care of children in our community is our responsibility, one we accept with joy, pride, and love.

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“By creating a Mitzvah project for kids like you who don’t have families to provide items like school supplies, summer camp supplies, Chanukah presents or even gift cards, you are helping them to experience a typical life.

Specific wish lists can be provided for you to collect these types of items or please contact us to brainstorm further.  By helping in this way, you become part of the JAFCO Mitzvah Circle and assist with our mission… giving every child a place to belong.”

Shelli Gold, JAFCO

Asyv

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Who are we?

Through healing, education, and love, the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village empowers orphaned and vulnerable Rwandan youth to build lives of dignity and contribute to a better world. 

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“Bar/Bat Mitzvahs can serve a special role as ambassadors for the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village.  

The Rwandan students in the Village are guided by the principle of “Tikkun Olam”. Through their work improving ASYV and local communities, our kids learn how to be held accountable, build confidence, think critically, and find joy in doing for others.

By contributing to the betterment of these young people’s futures, Bar and Bat Mitzvah students are not only helping to transform the lives of these vulnerable youth but they, in turn, create a ripple effect, empowering Rwandan students to make their communities and the world a better place.

By raising awareness and raising funds, those who choose ASYV as their Mitzvah project play a vital role in building bright futures for our students.”

Jill Elias, ASYV

Pencils of Promise

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Who are we?

Pencils of Promise create schools, programs, and global communities around the common goal of education for all.  We believe every child should have access to quality education. 

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project? 

“Partnering with Pencils of Promise for your Bar/Bat Mitzvah gives you the opportunity to provide quality education to PoP students around the world. 

Just $75 provides a student in Ghana, Guatemala or Laos with a full year of access to education, including all the resources they need in their classroom to succeed.” 

Susie Harrison, Pencils of Promise

America SCORES 

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Who are we?

America SCORES Seattle serves low-income youth in South Seattle with an innovative school-based, after-school program.  We use soccer, poetry and community service to positively impact our participant’s self-esteem, physical fitness and a sense of belonging to the community. 

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“A Bar/Bat Mitzvah’s opportunities for volunteer involvement are:

  • Assisting our coaches (classroom teachers) as they implement the program – after school (2:45 to 4 pm) Monday through Thursday (a commitment could be for one day or more)
  • Fundraising – designing innovative, fun events that would generate income and further inform the community about SCORES
  • Assistance in the office with administrative tasks (these are somewhat limited, but are sometimes available).”

Carole Kelley, America SCORES

Ethiopian National Project (ENP)

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Who are we?

The Ethiopian National Project (ENP) unites global Jewry, the Government of Israel and the Ethiopian-Israeli community in its mission to advance the integration of Ethiopian-Israelis into Israeli society.

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“The Ethiopian National Project offers an array of opportunities for Bar/Bat Mitzvah projects, including our greatest need of sponsoring students in our SPACE Scholastic Assistance Program. Many B’nai Mitzvah students in the past have launched a campaign through ENP, where every $602 provides this life-changing program for one child for one year. “

Ariela Lacovsky, ENP

KEEN

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Who are we? 

KEEN empowers youth with disabilities by providing free, non-competitive one-to-one programs of exercise, fitness, and fun, led by volunteer coaches.

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project? 

“Selecting KEEN as your Mitzvah project can be a very rewarding experience. At KEEN, you will be paired, one-to-one with a young person with disabilities, to engage in a variety of sports, fitness and recreational activities.”

Kate Hurson, KEEN

SCOPE

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Who are we? 

SCOPE (Summer Camp Opportunities Promote Education) provides camp scholarships for children from underserved communities to attend overnight summer camps.

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“Your Mitzvah Project fundraising efforts will be directly responsible for giving children, whose families otherwise couldn’t afford it, the chance to experience the magic of camp!”

Heather O’Dell, SCOPE USA

Neot Kedumim

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Who are we? 

Neot Kedumim is the world’s only biblical nature reserve, spread across 625 acres of restored landscape, hidden in quiet and picturesque foothills of Judea. It is dotted with olive groves, wheat fields, and vineyards, recreating the physical setting of the Bible.

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“By contributing to Neot Kedumim, you help us maintain the park as an educational center and biblical nature reserve, connecting the past, the present, and the future.” –

Ilana Shenny, Neot Kedumim

Areyvut

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Who are we?

Areyvut’s mission is to infuse the lives of Jewish youth and teens with the core Jewish values of Chesed (kindness), Tzedakah (charity), and Tikkun Olam (social action), so that they become thoughtful, giving members of the Jewish community of tomorrow.

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“Areyvut helps B’nai Mitzvah celebrants personalize Mitzvah Projects to add meaning to their celebration.”

Daniel Rothner, Areyvut

Friendship Circle

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Who are we?

Friendship Circle provides social and recreational programs for children and teens with special needs. At the heart of Friendship Circle is the Jewish ideal of V’Ahavta L’Reacha Kamocha (Love your fellow as yourself).

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“As a volunteer with the Friendship Circle, you will make that difference by getting to know someone who can really use a friend like you — a child with special needs. You can change the life of a child by doing the things you already enjoy – playing games and sports, drawing, listening to music and more.”

Faygie Levy, Friendship Circle

Elifelet

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Who are we?

Elifelet is an NGO based in Tel Aviv dedicated to supporting and nourishing children of mostly Eritrean and Sudanese asylum-seekers in Israel. Our staff and volunteers help in overcrowded nurseries where children are left while parents try to seek out a living and run after-school programs for children who have no place to go and who are often in need of emotional support.

From dancing to violin lessons and different therapies, these children have a safe place to go and be stimulated.

Why choose us for your Mitzvah Project?

“Beyond donating a % of the money received, B’nai Mitzvah can spread the word through social media, raise money for Tzedakah while learning how Tikkun Olam engenders and connects us through acts of empathy and awareness.”

Jill Vexler, Elifelet Volunteer

Your Turn

A Bar/Bat Mitzvah project, more than anything, marks the beginning of your journey into Jewish adulthood.

The memories… the experience…the contributions… they all last much longer than a Bar/Bat Mitzvah party ever could.

Remember: You’re planting a seed that will hopefully grow into a beautiful tree of wonderful Jewish values… Values like Tzedakah, Chesed and Tikkun Olam.

And with such a rich set of Jewish values – you’re off to a great start.

Mazel Tov!

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