Beth El Mitzvah Day 2018
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ONSITE PROJECTS
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Blood drive through INOVA mobile unit - Donate blood and help save lives! Register in the Beth El Lobby.*Date changed to October 21* 8am-1pmBeth El parking lot - Register in lobby upon arrivalJack Ventura 301-593-1872 jack.ventura@verizon.net
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Knitting and crocheting bunnies for hospice patients - Knit or crochet 3-4 inch squares to make bunnies to help hospice patients with joint contractures be more comfortable. Use pattern provided and size 6 or 7 needle (G size hook). Squares can be made ahead of time or at the event. Pattern at https://josoandsew.wordpress.com/tutorials/knitted-bunnies/11:30 am – 1:30 pm Sponsored by Zhava CraftersBeth El Bender Social Hall BContact: Heather Janssen heathergjanssen@gmail.com 202-364-8585
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Lemonade stand to benefit the Feline Foundation of Greater Washington - Pick up a cold cup of lemonade or bottle of water to help homeless kittens and cats!11:00 am – 1:00 pmBeth El lobbyContact: Jason Shimshi jshimshi@gmail.com or Donna Shimshi 240-731-1731
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Pizza sale to benefit the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces - Delicious, kosher pizza for sale, courtesy of the Beth El Mens' Club11:45 am – 1:30 pm Sponsored by the Beth El Men’s ClubBeth El lobbyContact: Debra BenAvram debra@benavram.com 301-651-9476
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Gift bags for the Children's Inn at NIH - Help decorate and pack bags with donated items9:15 -11:15am Sponsored by Beth El Preschool Zahler Social HallContacts: Angela Lipshutz aklipshutz@gmail.com and Nikki Hilton nhilton11@su.edu
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Gently used clothing for Interfaith Clothing Center and a Wider Circle- Help sort donated clothesSort clothing 9:00-11AM
Sponsored by the Beth El Sisterhood
Beth El Bender Social Hall AContacts: Alana Aronin 248-914-1708 abaronin@gmail.com and Mara Greengrass mara.greengrass@verizon.net
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Children’s Hospital National Medical Center: Make pick me up cards and donate toys12:30 pm - 2:30pm Sponsored by ZhavaBender Social Hall BContact: Sarah Brenner smbrenner0900@me.com and Karen Sevillia karenpsevillia@gmail.com
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Capital Area Food Bank “Weekend Bag Program” - pack snack bags to aid children at risk of hunger12:15-1:30 pmZahler Social HallContact: Daniel Nestel danielnestel@hotmail.com 301-564-3045
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Beth El Religious School ProjectsAll projects take place during Religious SchoolReligious SchoolContact: Elisha Frumkin efrumkin@bethelmc.org
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Cards and Letters for IDF soldiers - Make cards and write letters for soldiers serving in the Israeli Defense Force.11:45-1:30Beth El LobbyContact: Stacey Topol stopol@outlook.com 301-641-1195
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Prepare meals for area homeless shelters- Cook in the Beth El main kitchen in the morning, deliver in the afternoon, or volunteer to help with both! 9:30-11:30am or bring meals prepared at home by 11:30. Deliver to area shelters in the afternoon. Beth El Main Kitchen
Contact: Fran Rubin farphd@farbob.com 301-229-1340
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OFFSITE PROJECTS
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Beth El Youth Group Projects: Bonim (K-2nd grade) Wrap presents and make cards for the children at NIH Children's Inn, Machar (3rd-5th grade) Pack lunches to be delivered to Bethesda Cares, Kadima (6th-7th grade) and USY (8th-12th grade) Rake and bag leaves for Beth El neighbors Bonim: 11:45-1:15, Machar 12:00-1:15, Kadima and USY 12:00-1:30 Bonim and Machar events will take place at Beth El. Kadima and USY will meet at Beth El and event will take place within the neighborhood.Contact: Tali Moscowitz tmoscowitz@bethelmc.org 301-652-8569 ext. 308
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Cabin John Dixieland band - A program of Jewish music and 1940's hits1:30 – 2:30Kensington Park Senior Living Community
3620 Littedale Road Kensington, MD
Contact: Jerry Danoff 301-365-1180
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Music program by Marak Hayom - Beth El's teen acapella group will perform for residents of Ring House3:30-4:15 PMRing House, 1801 East Jefferson St., Rockville, Md.Contact: Lilah Katz
Lrfkatz@gmail.com
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Manna Food Center - We will be pre-sorting donated packaged food for distribution, including food that will go in the 2,800 “smart packs” that Manna distributes to school age children each week during the school year. We will meet at the Manna Food Center 9311 Gaither Rd, Gaithersburg, MD 20877.10 AM – 12 PM9311 Gaither Road Gaithersburg MD 20877Volunteers must pre-register with Susan Schatten at susanschatten@gmail.com or 301-928-4819.
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Lunch and Activity with Women's Shelter- Prepare and serve lunch to women at the Interfaith Works Women's Shelter. Deliver the gift bags that will be assembled on Mitzvah Day!Date and time TBA2 Taft Court, Suite 100 Rockville Md.Contact: Donna Saady omyoberon@hotmail.com
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Bowling in Bethesda! Teens and young adults with special needs will be paired with compassionate, helpful and patient peers for a fun outing. 8-10 volunteers needed.11:30am-1:30pmBowlmor Lanes 5353 Westbard Ave. BethesdaContact: Andrea Golden andreag71061@comcast.net 240-994-8681
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DONATION REQUESTS
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A Wider Circle: Donations for Low-Income Families in DC Metropolitan Area
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Drop off household items such as pots, pans, dishes, furniture, baby items, linens, toiletries, non-perishable food, and cleaning productsBeth El Parking Lot 10:00am-12:00pmContact: Rachelle Solkowitz Rachelle.solkowitz@verizon.net
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Support the Girls: Bras and Tampons for Homeless Women
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Drop off new and used bras and individually wrapped or unopened boxes of tampons and maxi padsBox in Beth El lobbyContact: Erika Dickstein edickstein@hotmail.com and Wendi Sager wendisager@yahoo.com
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Bikes for the World: Bicycle donations to Benefit People in Developing Countries
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Drop off donations of used but repairable bikes and sewing machines. Need 3-4 volunteers to partially break down bikes for shipping. No experience required.Beth El Parking Lot 10:00am - 2:00pmContact: Richard Lieberman rliebermanconsultant@gmail.com or 301-530-8123
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Electronics Recycling
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Drop off electronics, cables, chargers, TVs, DVD players, phones, etc. Accepted items list: http://bit.ly/2f8BmfbBeth El Family Room 9:00am-12:00pmContact: Elisa Rapaport elisarap@comcast.net or 301-263-2802
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Calendar Collection for residents of the Hebrew Home
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Drop off donations of 2019 calendarsBeth El Office (lobby on Mitzvah Day)Contact: Doris Povich dlpandasp@aol.com or 301-320-5440
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Donations for Capital Area Food Bank’s “Kids’ Café”
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Donate pretzels, raisins, and other healthy individually packaged snacksBeth El LobbyContact: Daniel Nestel danielnestel@hotmail.com or 301-564-3045
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Gently Used Clothing for the Interfaith Clothing Center and a Wider Circle
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Donate and/or help sort clothing for men, women, and children.Bender Social Hall A 9:00am-12:00pmContacts: Alana Aronin abaronin@gmail.com or 248-914-1708 and Mara Greengrass mara.greengrass@verizon.net or 301-802-1950
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Children’s Hospital National Medical Center: Small toys and games for children with cancer
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Drop off new small toys or games for children 12 and under: Board books (English and Spanish), I Spy books, Coloring books, Light Spinners, Model Magic, Sound machines (for infants and pain management), Light up toys, Musical toys, CD players, DVD players, DVD's, Baby rattles and teethers, Connect Four games, Board Games, Bop It, Action figures, Find It game, Small Lego kits, Bubbles.Beth El LobbyContact: Sarah Brenner smbrenner0900@me.com and Karen Sevillia karenpsevillia@gmail.com
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Level the Playing Field: Sports Equipment for Children in Need
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Donate any type of new or gently used sports equipmentBeth El lobbyContact: Alec Friedman mkfriedman11@gmail.com or 240-793-7412
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Comfort Cases: Backpacks for Children in Foster Care
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Donate pajamas sizes 3T - adult X-Large for both boys and girls. See www.comfortcases.org for more informationBeth El lobbyContact: Karen Levy-Brown klevybrown@ndi.org 202-728-5651
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Interfaith Works Women's Shelter
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Donate items on client wish list: Queen sized sheet sets, blankets,Pillows, towels and wash cloths, toilet mats, small rugs, trash bins and trash bags (small and medium), laundry baskets and detergent, storage bins/room organizers, paper towels and toilet paper, dish soap and hand soap, plates, cups, and cutlery, cleaning supplies (lysol wipes, toilet bowl cleaner, toilet brushes, all-purpose cleanerBeth El lobbyContact: Donna Saady omyoberon@hotmail.com
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Pushke-Palooza!
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Do you have a tzedakah box at home? When it fills up, do you know immediately what to do with it? Bring your “pushke” to Beth El and add it to THE BUCKET! All donations will go to Beth El’s refugee committee as we welcome a family fleeing persecution overseas. Multiply the good your tzedakah can do by joining it with contributions from your other community members!Beth El lobby 9:30am- 12:00pmContact: David Bachrach mrbachrach@gmail.com or 301-526-4288
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