For Organizations

For Organizations

Areyvut’s National Mitzvah Day is an opportunity to get children, teenagers, and adults actively involved in chesed (kindness) and community service activities and give back to the community.  The details of Areyvut’s 18th National Mitzvah Day, which will take place on Sunday, April 10, 2022, are being developed with sensitivity to COVID and click here to access the educational materials.

The success of our program is due to our strong partners and their involvement.  Here is a sampling of past National Mitzvah Day program partners across the country:

Organization Location
Agudas Achim Congregation Iowa City, IA
A.H.A.V.A. English Learned in a Natural Method Arvot HaYarden, Israel
A Package From Home Jerusalem, Israel
Beth El Synagogue St. Louis Park, MN
Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies Hackensack, NJ
Bikur Cholim Machzikay Hadath (BCMH) Seattle, WA
Bronx Jewish Community Council Bronx, NY
Columbia Jewish Federation Columbia, SC
Congregation Adath Jeshurun Louisville, KY
Congregation Beth Israel Andover, MA
Creativity for Peace Santa Fe, NM
Friendship Circle of Bergen County Paramus, NJ
Golda Och Academy West Orange, NJ
Herzl/RMHA Upper School Denver, CO
Jacob Duman JCC Buffalo Grove, IL
Jewish Community of Greater Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA
Jewish Community Services of South Florida North Miami, FL
Jewish Family Service of Bergen & North Hudson Teaneck, NJ
Jewish Volunteer Connection Baltimore, MD
Jewish Youth Foundation Advisory Board Princeton, NJ
Judea Reform Congregation Durham, NC
Kehillat Darchei Noam Modiin, Israel
Major Stuart Adam Wolfer Institute (MSAWI) New York, NY
Martin J. Gottlieb Day School Jacksonville, FL
Operation Noah Chandler, AZ
Peninsula Sinai Congregation Foster City, CA
Solomon Schechter School of White Plains White Plains, NY
Temple Beth-El Religious School Munster, IN
TOV Volunteer Network (Jewish United Fund) Chicago, IL
USA Girl Scouts Overseas Seoul, Korea
Westchester Day School Mamaroneck, NY
Yachad New York, NY
Young Israel of Scarsdale Scarsdale, NY

We encourage you to use this Project Planning Unit we developed.

These Hands on Projects can be done at home, school or synagogue and are great way to engage younger children in this program and to help your community.

This list of FAQ’s should be of help when planning your event.

To get more information or to plan a program, please contact Daniel Rothner at (201) 244-6702 or

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