Volunteers are a vital part of our Jewish community.
We are grateful to the many individuals who generously donate their time to help us fulfill our mission. Whether serving on a committee, calling seniors, or stuffing envelopes, there are lots of ways to make a difference in our community.
Jewish Tradition teaches us that humanity must play an active role in the world. The concept of tikun olam—repair the world—expresses the value of volunteering in Judaism. The world may be imperfect, but we have not only the opportunity, but really the obligation to help make it better, more whole. Volunteering is, in essence, holy work, and the Jewish Federation is excited to be your partner in finding meaningful volunteer opportunities locally, nationally and internationally, as well as sharing resources about the Jewish traditions and teachings underpinning volunteerism.
For more information please contact:
Molly Okun, Donor Engagement Manager
858-737-7121 • MollyO@jewishinsandiego.org
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