Congregation Beth Israel

Mitzvah Day 2019

Join us for Mitzvah Day, an annual event at CBI that honors the spirit of both tikkun olam and tzedakah. We guarantee you will:

  • Work on a project that tangibly helps people.
  • Meet and connect with other members of CBI.
  • Get charged up for the day with a delicious breakfast made by our Sisterhood chefs.
  • Get the opportunity to be seen in the ever-stylish and recognizable CBI Mitzvah shirt.

The morning will begin at CBI. If your project is off-campus, the location is noted below and participants will meet there after breakfast.

Projects are suitable for all ages unless otherwise noted. Also note that anyone in 5th grade or below must be accompanied by a parent or adult. One adult can be in charge of several kids. 

Date: 04/28/2019 (Sun.)

Time: 9:00am - 1:00pm PDT

Location: Congregation Beth Israel

Created by:   Rebecca Friedenwald
 
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Agape Village (PARTY Project) (30)

FOR TEENS ONLY (Grades 8-12). A joint project with J-Serve. Teens will build planters and tree boxes for Agape Village, a tiny house village that provides a safe community for houseless people while they find the resources they need. (9715 SE Powell Blvd)

 
3 of 30 slots filled
Andrew Olshin
I’ll be there.
Sarah Giovannozzi
Abigial Minch

Cemetery Cleanup (40)

Plant plants, pull weeds and clean older marble headstones. Wear old clothing and bring gardening tools, like shovels, hoes and clippers. All ages welcome; under age 14 must to be accompanied by an adult. (426 SW Taylors Ferry Road)

 
28 of 40 slots filled
Henry Rosicky (6)
Erica Ljucevic (4)
katie paige (2)
Dawnn McWatters (3)
Dawnn, Harley, Lexi (age 9)
Jesse Treger (4)
Treger Family - 4 total
Zac Decosta (2)
Ron Silver
Halpern Family (4)
Lee Feidelson (2)

Children's Book Bank (20)

Clean books and repair bindings. The Book Bank gathers new and gently used books and delivers them to children who might not otherwise have books in their home. Ages 8 and older welcome; under age 15 must be accompanied by an adult. (1915 NE 7th Avenue)

 
17 of 20 slots filled
john spain (3)
John, Oliver, Duncan
Jennie Luria (4)
Jennie, Gil, Adam & Ben Luria
Shoshanna Lansberg (5)
Shoshanna, Jeff, and 3 kids
Sheryl Martel (2)
Sheryl and Gary Martel
Shaina Boal
Josh Berg (2)
Amalia Berg + Parent

Family Mitzvah Center (75)

Variety of projects for kids pre-K through 2. Make blankets, cards, cat toys, dog treats and tug toys. (Goodman Hall)

 
43 of 75 slots filled
becca spain (2)
becca and Bridget
Eve Bernfeld (5)
Guerrero family
Daniel Epstein (2)
Louis Guzman-Woldrich (3)
Michelle Koplan (3)
Matt Boal (3)
Jennifer Sabraw (4)
Emily Yeomans
Kira Capen (2)
Josh Frankel (5)
Sarah Frumkin (4)
Caroline Davidson (4)
Sara Saltzberg (2)
Evelyn Berg + Parent
Josh Kashinsky (3)

Friends of Seasonal & Service Workers (FSSW) (35)

Sort clothing donations. FSSW volunteers mobilize and deliver food, clothing, and other resources to low-paid seasonal and service workers. 4th graders and above welcome. (Lippman Foyer)

 
6 of 35 slots filled
Shoshanna Benarroch (3)
Jeff Capan (2)
Lynn Lertzman

Lift Urban Portland Pantry Cleanup (10)

Clean and organize food pantry. Lift Urban Portland aims to reduce hunger and improve the lives of low-income residents in NW and downtown Portland. Ages 10 and above welcome. (First Immanuel Lutheran Church, 1808 NW Irving Street)

 
6 of 10 slots filled
Carole Barkley
Sara Freedman (5)

Music Room Cleanup (5)

Help sort music and clean up music room. Must know how to read music. Ages 14 and above. (CBI Music Room)

 
1 of 5 slots filled
Jewely Sandoz

NW Tower & Annex Brunch (20)

Cook and serve a tasty brunch for our neighbors. All ages welcome. (335 NW 19th Avenue)

 
All slots filled
hannah treuhaft (3)
Debbie Geller (3)
Shira Fogel (4)
Ronit Kirshner Gerard (3)
Ruth Whitham
Ali Garfinkle (4)
Eddie Feinstein
Beth Eisenberg-Schapera

Project Lemonade (20)

Help inventory new merchandise, tag clothing or sort new donations. Project Lemonade inspires self-esteem in foster youth by giving them new or nearly new outfits, accessories and shoes. Ages 8 and above. (1008 Lloyd Center)

 
15 of 20 slots filled
Rachel Pollin (2)
Rachel Pollin & Alexa Pollin Marcum
Jill Andreyuk
Jill Andreyuk
Leona Mitchell
Stacy Cohen (4)
Alison Kalmanson (4)
Ben Hartman (3)

Ronald McDonald House East (12)

Cleanup projects inside and out. Ronald McDonald House East provides housing to families with children being treated at Randall Children’s Hospital and Kartini Clinic. This is a Jews Next Door project. (2620 N. Commercial Avenue)

 
4 of 12 slots filled
Anna Epstein
Alyssa Shaw (2)
For both me and Alexander Banker :)
Alexander Fine

Sandwich Sacks for Union Gospel Mission (30)

Assemble sack lunches – sandwiches, fruit and cookies – and deliver to Union Gospel Mission. Union Gospel Mission provides more than 200,000 meals a year to the homeless and people in need. For middle schoolers. (Miller Room / 3 NW 3rd Avenue)

 
13 of 30 slots filled
Amanda Netter (4)
Netter Family
Ali Koplan
Melissa Schmidt (2)
Joanna Ogintz (3)
Young Family (3)
we have to leave at noon

Serve Mitzvah Day Breakfast (5)

Help to feed our volunteers before they head off to their Mitzvah Day projects. (8:45 to 10:00 am in Goodman Hall)

 
2 of 5 slots filled
Sarah Pitman (2)
Ryan, Sarah, Nora, and Caroline


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