Mitzvah Projects

Deep impact

Mitzvah Projects: Three Hebrew students create heartfelt mitzvah projects that help out communities in Israel. Comment

Volunteer ideas that will make tails wag

Mitzvah Projects: Love animals? Are you a Twitter-expert? Can you play a mean guitar? An expert offers a few project ideas based on popular interests, skills, and hobbies. Comment

Slam-dunk mitzvah projects

Mitzvah Projects: Five Jewish organizations in New York that offer impressive volunteer opportunities for bar mitzvah students. Comments (1)

Whip up a kugel of kindness

Mitzvah Projects: Yum! Serve up a hefty helping of good will by donating your bar mitzvah party leftovers to charity. Comment

Help from Hashmonaim

Mitzvah Projects: A group of Israelis left their problems at home to assist in Sandy relief efforts in New York. Comment

Four legs good will

Mitzvah Projects: Get tails wagging by helping out local pet rescues as a bar or bat mitzvah project. Comment

Project you!

Mitzvah Projects: A mitzvah project may seem like a burden, but when a student integrates his interests it can be the most memorable aspect of his bar mitzvah. Comment

A dollar a day keeps the doctor away

Mitzvah Projects: “A Dollar Campaign” is a mitzvah founded by two teens that want to find the cure for cancer. Comment

Mission possible: Choosing a mitzvah project

Mitzvah Projects: An expert explains how to transform good intentions into a good deed. Comments (1)

Keeping up with Kendall

Mitzvah Projects: Make a mitzvah part of your bar or bat mitzvah by following Kendall Jenner’s lead. Have a philanthropy party. Comments (1)

Mitzvah project idea: Sharpen your soul

Mitzvah Projects: Rachel Manheim of Queens, New York collected thousands of pencils for needy kids in Malawi, Africa with the help of FedEx and the Pencil Project. Comment

Be a fairy bat-mitzvah mother

Mitzvah Projects: Do a mitzvah after your bat mitzvah! Donate your dress to a charity and help other girls afford formal wear. Comment

Mitzvah Monday: A veggie tale

Mitzvah Projects: Fourteen-year-old Katie Stagliano fed the hungry — a started an organization — with a 40-pound cabbage. Comments (1)
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