Mitzvah Day - May 20, 2012

THANK YOU FOR VOLUNTEERING FOR MITZVAH DAY!

Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to volunteer last Sunday for Mitzvah Day!  We had a wonderful day of community service thanks to all of you!  You reached and helped people in need all over the greater Cleveland community and beyond—that was a real mitzvah!  Whether you volunteered for a clean-up/gardening project, helped with a hunger project,  reached out to senior adults, donated blood, wrote cards and letters to U.S. and Israeli soldiers, reached out to families and children, baked cookies to thank our police and fire departments, or helped with any of the other numerous projects, we thank you for making Mitzvah Day such a big success! We can proudly say that close to 400 people of all ages participated in Mitzvah Day 2012! Park Synagogue Mitzvah Day Committee 
Sandy Ellis, Jill Helfman, & Stefanie Shein
, Co-Chairs
Janice Adell, Joe Arnoff, Sandy Ellis, Diana Levinson Glass, Judi Greenspan, Barbara Gross, Laura Halpert, Jill Helfman, Cheryl Kretch, Joyce Mandel, Elisa Rabb, Nadine Resor, Judy Seidel,
Stefanie Shein, & Marlene Siegal

Please look over the projects and register early! Registration deadine is May 7th.
There are several ways to register:

Via this website (see below)

Via mail
(27500 Shaker Blvd.,
Pepper Pike, OH 44124)

Via fax (to 216.321.0639)

Via email (to epetler@parksyn.org)

You should have received a registration form in the mail. Extras are available for pick up at both Park East and Park Main. You may also download the form at here.

We encourage you to consider selecting to work on ANY project as needed, so that we may assign you where you are needed most. 

In addition to Mitzvah Day projects, there are opportunities for tikkun olam by donating items for various organizations that aid those in need in our community. 
Collection sites are at both Park Synagogue Main and East until May 13.

Items needed are:

Paper Products for the Hebrew Shelter Home
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oilet paper, facial tissues, paper towels, napkins, paper plates, paper cups, aluminum foil,
feminine hygiene products

Personal Care Products for New Avenues to Independence Group Home Residents
Unopened full or travel-size shampoo, razors, skin lotion, toothbrush, toothpaste, cottonballs, Q-tips, alcohol, bandaids, bars of soap, chapstick


Baby, Toddler, or Young Children’s Clothing for the Cuyahoga County Department of Children & Family Services
Clothes and baby blankets can be new or gently used, but clean and in good condition only.

Craft Supplies for Patients at the Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital
New, unopened items only
crayons, markers, stickers, colored pencils, construction paper, small containers of playdough, beads and string, pipe cleaners, feathers

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