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Mitzvah guide Volunteers creating guide for local Jewish mitzvah projects

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Posted: Wednesday, June 14, 2017 11:31 am

When it comes time for b’nai mitzvah students to select a mitzvah project, there are many organizations that can benefit from the students’ community service efforts.

A mitzvah project is often required by a synagogue as part of the bar or bat mitzvah preparation. The intent is to teach children about the responsibilities of Jewish adulthood and encourage the values of tikkun olam.

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