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Congregational Guide for Service & Advocacy
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The Temple Beth Shalom community does amazing volunteer work both inside and outside of the temple walls. Tikkun Olam is an important part of Jewish life, and this guide documents the organizations and causes to which congregants devote their passions, time, knowledge, and skills both within the Jewish community and to society as a whole. Thanks for sharing your tikkun olam efforts, and for being the face of those efforts to your congregational community!
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Categories for nonprofit listings include: Health, Education; Women; Children; Homelessness & Housing; Food Scarcity; Seniors. If you don't see a category that fits your nonprofit, feel free to include another category listing!
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NonprofitNonprofit missionNonprofit websiteCongregant's NameInvolvement Congregant ContactCategory: Education; Health; Women; Children; Homelessness; Food Scarcity; Seniors
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Austin Partners In EducationImprove student college & career readiness and expand STEM opportunities through community engagement.http://www.austinpartners.orgAmanda SeptimusMentor at Martin Middle School- 1 hour a week during the school yearamandaseptimus@gmail.com Education
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Council On At Risk Youth Empowering at-risk youth with skills to avoid crime and violence.http://cary4kids.orgSeth WinickVolunteer on various committees including: events, and advocacyseth@hmwkglobal.comEducation
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Re: CancerNonprofit provides support and resources to those impacted by cancerhttp://regardingcancer.orgSeth WinickVolunteer on various committees including: events, and advocacyseth@hmwkglobal.comHealth
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Women's Storybook ProjectConnecting children with their incarcerated moms through the joy of literaturehttp://storybookproject.org/Mona CarverVolunteer and lead TBS group 4 times a yearmonacarver2@gmail.comWomen and Children
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Drive a Senior NorthwestHelps the seniors in far northwest Austin, Cedar Park, and Leander remain independent by providing free transportation and other support services so they can live in their own homes longer and stay active in their community.http://driveaseniornorthwest.org/Mona CarverVolunteer office work and drivermonacarver2@gmail.comSeniors
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National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH)National support organization for children with albinism and their families, and adults who have albinism.https://www.albinism.orgAnne CornMember, Scientific Advisory Committee, presenter at conferences, contributor to periodicalAnne123C@gmail.comDisability, Education, Health
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Texas School for the Blind and Visually ImpairedProvides on-campus and outreach services to students in TX who are blind, have low vision, and who are deaf-blind. Offers conferences and supports for families and professionals.http://www.tsbvi.eduAnne CornFormer Member, Governing Board of TrusteesAnne123C@gmail.comEducation, Disability
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Joshua's StageOur mission is to enrich the lives of individuals with special needs by providing the opportunity for each participant to demonstrate creativity; develop self-confidence; gain and maintain high self-esteem; and develop long-lasting relationships with individuals with similar needs in a warm and welcoming environment through fine arts programs, performances, and exhibits.https://joshuasstage.org/Joshua LevyFounder and Executive Director; volunteer by supporting participants engage in fun activities such as theatre arts, improv, music, dance, photography, arts and crafts; 9-week programs, after-school programs, workshops, summer camps
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El Buen SamaritanoCommitment to helping Latino and other families in Central Texas lead healthy, productive and secure lives through high-quality and affordable healthcare, education and basic needs services.https://elbuen.org/Bernie MayoffTeach English as a Second Language (ESL) to immigrants from Mexico, Central and South America, Middle East, and Asia.
Teach Intro to Computers for ESL students.
bernie@mayoff.comImmigrants, Education, Health, Food Scarcity
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Zach TheatreZACH creates intimate theatre experiences that ignite the imagination, inspire the spirit, and engage the community. We envision ZACH as a meeting tent where theatre connects and transforms a diverse, energized community. http://zachtheatre.org/Bernie Mayoff
Denise Mayoff
Usher, special projectsbernie@mayoff.com
denise@mayoff.com
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Caritas of AustinTo prevent and end homlessness in Austin; to welcome refugees and assist in their new futurehttps://www.caritasofaustin.orgLori FreedmanBoard member and develpment committeelori.freedman@worthaminsurance.comHomelessness and housing
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SAFEStop Abuse for Everyone; a merger of Austin Children's Shelter and SafePlacewww.safeaustin.orgLori FreedmanFormer board member; Risk Management committee and Public Policy Committee memberlori.freedman@worthaminsurance.comWomen and Children; everyone
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Generation SERVEBuild the next generation of volunteers/philanthopists while providing a dedicated volunteer force to local non-profits.www.generationserve.orgLiz Bronson/Eric Greisdorf/Robin Chapman/Jennifer LongCurrent and former Board members/3/4 are/were Board Chairs, Search Committee, Development Committee, Marketing Committeelizbronson@gmail.comFamilies; children; everyone
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HairToStayHelps chemo patients use scalp cooling to minimize hair losswww.hairtostay.orgPatsy Graham (co-founder)Jeri Saper was a founding board member for many yearspatsy@hairtostay.orgHealth; cancer patients
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Scare for a CureInteractive scary role-playing experience that raises lots of money for BCRCwww.scareforacure.orgPatsy Graham, Make-upActor for many years, now doing make-uppatsy@hairtostay.orgCancer Patients
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Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC)Provides navigators and support to women in a hands-on way during diagnosis and treatmenthttp://bcra.orgSharon MunroeEvent volunteer and writer for Art Bra Austin
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Refugee Services of TexasGuided by the principles of human compassion and dignity, Refugee Services of Texas welcomes refugees, immigrants, and other displaced peoples and supports them in integrating and thriving in their new communities.www.rstx.orgMichelle Lynn-SachsVolunteer: has included driving RST clients to appts, dropping off donations at clients' homes, watching client children while parents attend workshopsmichelle.lynn@nyu.eduRefugees in Austin
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Interfaith Action of Central Texas (iACT)iACT cultivates peace and respect through interfaith dialogue, service and celebration.
Interfaith Action of Central Texas exists to build healthy relationships between the faith communities of Central Texas.
http://interfaithtexas.org/redbench/Bernie MayoffFacilitator for the Red Bench. The Red Bench is an ongoing dialogue program designed to address one of the most pressing needs of our time: improving interfaith understanding and civil discourse in our society.bernie@mayoff.comInterfaith, Race relations
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Gone For Good: Selling Worldly Treasures To Do A World Of GoodMission: Promote Philanthropywww.goneforgood.netGail K. MillerCo-Founder and Co-Directorgail@goneforgood.netALL IRS-501 (C)3 CHARITIES
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From sale of donated goods, funds are raised to benefit donor's favorite charity.
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Volunteer Healthcare ClinicTaking care of the "working poor" and others whowww.volclinic.orgSheldon Markowitz, MD
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cannot afford health care in Travis County
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Austin Humane SocietyPrivate, non-profit shelter for dogs and catswww.austinhumanesociety.orgEllen S. MarcusVolunteer with caring for and training dogs, training newer volunteersesmarcus@gmail.com
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Austin Lost and Found PetsLocal non-profit affiliated with Austin Animal Center (city shelter). Mission is to reunite lost and found pets with their owners outside the shelter environment.https://www.facebook.com/groups/austinlostandfoundpets/Ellen S. MarcusActive volunteer with main site and ALFP street team, which does search and rescue, helps educate people who have lost or found a pet about what to do.esmarcus@gmail.com
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American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the NegevNational organization whose mission is to promote and raise funds for BGUwww.aabgu.orgEllen S. Marcus
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Vice President, Board of Trustees, National Board; Member, Greater Texas Region Board; Austin Chair, Greater Texas Regionesmarcus@gmail.com
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Ben-Gurion University of the NegevYoungest university in Israel, whose mission is to help develop the Negev Desert and improve the lives of the local population. World-renowned in many fields, including cybersecurity, robotics, water research, desert agriculture and architecture, Jewish studies, Ben-Gurion's archiveshttp://in.bgu.ac.il/en/Pages/default.aspxEllen S. MarcusVice Chair, Board of Governorsesmarcus@gmail.com
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Financial Literacy Coalition of Central TexasTo foster community prosperity by enhancing the knowledge and skills Central Texans need for improved financial decision-making.http://flcct.org/Michelle FeibusVolunteer presenter to low -moderate income groupsmichellefeibus@gmail.com
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