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Recommended Organizations

Jewish World Watch JWW is a leading organization in the fight against genocide and mass atrocities, join the Sinai team at the walk on April 17, 2016.
Milk+Bookies Host your own Milk+Bookies book-raiser anywhere or just add it to your child's birthday party.
Tomchei Shabbos Volunteer as a whole family for an hour or less to put together a Shabbat dinner for families in need.
Malala Fund Be a Champion for Girls' Education! Request a free bag and fill it with gently used kids’ and women’s clothing and leave it for your mail carrier, postage paid.
Baby2Baby Supplies L.A. families in need with essential baby gear and clothing for children up to age 12 by distributing new and gently used items to over 50 non-profit organizations including homeless and domestic violence shelters, Head Start programs and hospitals.
TreePeople Unites the power of trees, people and technology to grow a sustainable future for Los Angeles.
Food on Foot Every week, volunteers from around the city gather and help distribute food and clothing.
LA Family Housing Helping families end the cycle of homelessness.
Koreh LA Addresses the literacy issues and resulting achievement gap in our public schools. Volunteer to work one-on-one with children identified by their teachers as reluctant readers for one hour per week.
Project Chicken Soup Delivers free food to people living with serious illnesses.
The Miracle Project A multiplatform socialization program that enables children and teens with autism and other special needs to express themselves through music, dance, acting, story, and writing.
Path A network of agencies working together to end homelessness for families. They strive to do this by offering support services, help with housing and community engagement.
Vista Del Mar Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services’ mission is to provide comprehensive, family-centered social, educational and behavioral health services that encourage children, adolescents and their families to lead self reliant, stable and productive lives.
The Friendship Circle Become and advocate and/or friend to children and teens with special needs)
Chai Lifeline Brings joy to the lives of young patients and their families through creative, innovative, and effective family-centered programs, activities, and services.
Best Buddies One-to-one friendships with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as various donations needed by the group.
National Council of Jewish Women NCJW is at the forefront of social change. NCJW members and supporters are outspoken champions for progressive policies at the federal, state, and local levels.
Alexandria House Volunteer or donate to help those fleeing domestic violence or human trafficking.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The social action committee is always looking for new members who want to get their proverbial hands dirty.  Each affiliate group at Sinai does so much to help the community as a whole.  On this committee we look for opportunities to unite all of the synagogue behind some key projects.


Home For Good

Home for Good works to end chronic homelessness in LA.  Gather your household goods and help a formerly homeless person make their new home a place to love!

Hanukkah Toy Drive

Join Sinai Temple's annual toy drive!  Donate a new, unwrapped toy to the children at Vista Del Mar.  Toy collection bins will be located throughout Sinai Temple starting in early November.  Contact the Program Department for more information.

Hanukkah Angels

Adopt a child and his or her family for Hanukkah. As an angel, you will buy a special gift that will make Hanukkah brighter for those in need.  Team up with your family, your friends, or be an angel on your own. You will fulfill wishes, and your hearts will be overjoyed.

Sinai’s Social Action Committee is organizing this effort among our members for Chai Lifeline. This program fills up every year, so please let us know if you're interested in participating by mid-September. 
Chair:  Esther Magna,
  emagna@msn.com

ATID's Christmas Day Volunteering

On December 25, members of the Atid community will volunteer at CBS Studios to provide a hot holiday meal for the homeless community in West Hollywood.  This program is in collaboration with the Greater West Hollywood Food Coalition and serves over 300 individuals. 
Chair:  Matt Baram mbaram@sinaitemple.org

Food Forward

Throughout Los Angeles County there is an astounding amount of produce thrown out everyday.  Food Forward seeks to reclaim those nutricious fruit and bring them to those in need.  Join us as we go to a private orchard and save hundreds of pounds of fruit.

Big Sunday
May 1, 2 & 3, 2015.

 

Chai Lifeline “Bundle of Happiness”

Join dozens of volunteers to assemble care packages for ill children for this "Bundles of Happiness" Event.  Each year, we create over 250 care packages, which are then distributed to children with serious illness throughout Los Angeles by Chai Lifeline, a wonderful local charity.   Thousands of toys are donated by companies nationwide to make this inspiring event a huge success.  To donate products and/or find out about volunteering, please contact:

Chairs: Esther Magna, emagna@msn.com or Abbe Goldman, abigail.anschell@gmail.com
Chai Lifeline's web site can be found at: www.chailifeline.org

The Sinai Social Action Committee is dedicated to the Jewish ideal of Mitzvot.  The committee's purpose is to work with other groups within Sinai Temple to promote community service and to provide support for Israel. 

For more information and to get involved please call the Programming Office at 310-481-3243.

 
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The Sinai Temple Israel Center is the first synagogue center that provides programmatic resources and avenues for Los Angeles Jewry to establish cultural, professional, spiritual, and economic ties to the land of Israel.
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