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Gather as we celebrate Shabbat, honoring the day by doing Mitzvot for our community. This exciting annual event will feature hands-on mitzvah projects for Temple members of all ages. Sign-up today!


Make a difference - Blood Bank
While at Temple Judea lending a helping hand, consider donating blood to help save a life
Donate much needed blood and platelets to help save lives. *Register below

Sandwich Bags
Help put together lunch bags for families across Miami-Dade. Lunch bags will stock 8 community refrigerators from Liberty City to Coconut Grove. (Ages 10 and up for lunch bag making; Preschool age and up for notes) *Register below

Pots of Love
Decorate pots and plant plants in the pots to give some joy to senior congregants for their homes. Some families will have the opportunity to deliver finished plants at the end of Mitzvah Day. (Ages 5 and over) *Register below

Blessing Bags
Put together blessings bags of essential items for the homeless. Each family will take a couple bags to distribute in the community. (Ages 8 and over for blessing bags; preschool and older for note) *Register below

Coins for Justice
Bring all your change for change on Mitzvah Day! Contribute and organize coins for congregation tzedakah. (Ages 13 and older) *Register below 

JTY Car Wash
Bring your dirty car and get it sparkling clean by our JTY Teens. (All teens*Register with Skylar Kramer

TJ Beautification
Get your hands dirty by making our Temple Judea campus beautiful. You will have the opportunity to plant and beautify throughout the campus. (Preschool age and older) *Register below

Card Making
Decorate and design cards for rabbis to take to congregants in hospitals (Preschool age and older). *Register below

Tricycle Wash
Come be part of the first annual Temple Judea Tricycle Wash. Wash our very own TJ tricycles.
You will get wet! (Preschool age and older)  *Register below

Clothing Collection
Donate and organize excellent condition professional, business attire for 18-23 year old youth at Casa Valentina, an agency that serves youth who were homeless or transitioning out of foster care. (Age 16 and older) All clothing donations will only be collected between February 6 and 11.

Diaper Collection
Did you know? Our government does not recognize diapers as a basic need. Since diapers are not eligible for federally-subsidized food stamps or WIC, the cost of diapers puts an enormous financial strain on struggling families just trying to make ends meet. Help by donating diapers of all sizes to families and children in need. Diaper collection bins will be located in the Synagogue lobby. Diapers will only be collected between February 10 and 18.

Children's Book Donations
Donate gently-used books in the Read to Learn Books for Free bins. Bins are located at the Wolfson Entrance, Margaux School Breeze Way and in the synagogue's lobby. Our books will help stock 78 bookshelves located around Miami-Dade—from the Juvenile Center to WIC offices to Saint La Haitian Neighborhood Center. Books will only be collected between February 10 and 18. Click here for more information.

Questions? Contact Kathy Kramer or Jen Abeloff

Please consider making a donation to help support Temple Judea's 2023 Mitzvah Day. All individuals, families, and in-kind donations will be recognized on Mitzvah Day signage, highlighted on the dedicated web page and included within all publicity. 
If you would like to make a donation please list the amount above.



Thu, December 7 2023 24 Kislev 5784