Congregation B’nai Israel is dedicated to performing acts of mitzvot (good deeds) and making a difference in the lives of our extended community members who need a helping hand.
For more than two decades, CBI has been celebrating Mitzvah Day, which was a passion of our synagogue member, Lori Sklar, who we lost to breast cancer in 2007. On Sunday, February 23rd we will once again honor Lori Sklar and come together on a day of “Social Action”- packed opportunities to perform tikkun olam,~ repairing the world!
Mitzvah activities for every age, interest & ability!
ACTIVITY REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
OPENING CEREMONY & BREAKFAST AT 9:00 AM
Pollock Family Courtyard
Please join us before heading to your on or off-campus activities and enjoy a light
breakfast with our Clergy and Dignitaries and meet your Activity Captains
Activity Captains needed to help with on and off-campus activities. Interested in becoming an activity captain? please contact Minda Shaiman at email@example.com or 561.922.8980.
Community service hours awarded for students participating in Mitzvah Day activities Under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult
For more information about Mitzvah Day, contact Minda Shaiman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 561.922.8980 or
KFCJ Chair-Andrea Cannon at email@example.com or 561.703.6004