Passover is Here…
Will You Join Areyvut’s S.E.D.E.R.?
With Passover quickly approaching, Areyvut has developed a S.E.D.E.R. – Simple Expressions of Doing-Good, Especially over PassoveR. This S.E.D.E.R. is designed to help you become more aware of the ways in which you can get involved with and support Areyvut.
We hope you will take the time to learn more about and join us in this initiative. Best wishes to you and your family for a Chag Kasher V’Sameach, a Happy Passover.
Kadesh – Teens making a great impact in their communities, now that’s a blessing! Check out our Teen Scene Archives.
Urchatz – Overwhelmed by the daunting task of coming up with or helping your child select a Bnai Mitzvah Project? Wash your hands of it and let us help you.
Karpas – Show us the green! Make your tax-deductible donation to Areyvut today.
Yachatz – The year may be half over, but that’s no reason to miss out on our “A Kindness a Day” Calendar. Register today, have it sent to your inbox tomorrow.
Magid – Get the full story…check out all of our articles in In the Press.
Rachtza – Learn more about our hands-on Chesed and Bnai Mitzvah Fairs.
Motzi – We’re blessed to have such awesome partners in the field!
Matzah – Areyvut information sandwiched in one place for your convenience.
Maror – Take out some of the bitterness in the world. Become an Areyvut Mitzvah Clown!
Korech – Students working together to make the world a better place. Learn more about Areyvut’s Jewish teen philanthropy programs.
Shulchan Orech – Get full on all things Areyvut – follow us on Twitter, find us on Blogger and check us out on YouTube.
Tzafun – If you’re a college student looking to get every last bit out of your summer…join us for Areyvut’s Summer Internship Program!
Barech – Get off the bench and do some good work. Check out our featured volunteer opportunities in your area.
Hallel – We’re thankful to everyone that has contributed and participated in our programs over the years. Catch a glimpse – check out our photo galleries and video archives.
Nirtza – Areyvut’s S.E.D.E.R. may be over, but we hope you’ll encourage your friends and family to get informed about our programs and stay up to date.