Tikkun Olam

Offline Source Sheet

Dani Passow, Mitzvah Day 2009, JCC of Manhattan, Nov 15th 2009
A field sheet of definitions for discussion and prayers for use at the start and conclusion of a day of deployment.
This source sheet provides activities and information about Sukkot and the importance of offering hospitality to guests.
This source sheet provides activities and information about Sukkot and the comparison between our temporary shelters and the permanent homes of many people around the world.
A text study connecting Rabbinic discussions on the Lulav to issues of global justice philanthropy.
How does a community define itself? How have Jews seen 'clal yisrael'?
This source sheet provides activities and information about how Tu Bishvat represents our need to appreciate the world around us and care for our planet's trees.
A look into the origin of the source of the word Tikkun Olam

Source Sheet

Text study with 6th & 7th grade families before going to the ARK [www.arkchicago.org] to work for the morning.
What do Jewish texts teach us about how we relate to those in need?
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