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Community Services

Your children will be soon be in high school. They will be required to complete 40 hours of community service. In order to strengthen the Jewish community, we have links to several Jewish community service opportunities. We welcome additions to this section. Please send your suggestions to info@jregistry.ca.

  • Baycrest

    "It‘s not just the yellow t-shirts worn by 200 youth volunteers that brighten up the day for Baycrest clients, it is their smiles, energy and eagerness to help. Year round, youth volunteers between the ages of 13 and 24 visit with clients, assist in programs, play chess, cards, sing, play musical instruments, decorate the halls with holiday arts and so much more. They also help staff in a variety of administrative work."
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  • Hoops for Israel

    Hoops 4 Israel is a basketball tournament that has raised over $300,000 for Israel in its 3 years. Volunteer participants of H4I in Toronto have started to give back to the Jewish community at other points in the year to benefit the lives of Jews in vulnerable situations in the Diaspora. They hope to use JRegistry's connection to an even younger demographic of Jews in their adolescent years in providing social action services and volunteerism to the Jewish community in Toronto and Israel moving forward. For volunteer opportunities, please contact us at: hoops4israel@gmail.com.
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  • Mazon Canada

    MAZON Canada helps feed the hungry. MAZON raises funds primarily from within the Jewish community and distributes those funds on a non-denominational basis to Canadian organizations battling hunger on the front lines. These organizations have fed children at schools and community breakfast clubs; and individuals and families using food banks, community kitchens and shelters. We will respond to the needs of the hungry wherever and whoever they may be. Hunger does not discriminate and neither do we.

    MAZON welcomes students! We have community service opportunities. For more information visit www.mazoncanada.com, contact info@mazoncanada.ca, follow us @MAZONCanada or check us out on Facebook.

  • Beth Sholom

    Gain valuable volunteer experience at Beth Sholom Synagogue. There are opportunities to work with children of all ages throughout the year, volunteer during the holidays as well as many other opportunities available. Contact Andrea at (416) 783-6103 ext. 231 or andrea@bethsholom.net for more information.
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  • Beth Tikvah Synagogue

    Volunteer Hours are available for young adults of high school age! Start your year off with a several hours of worthwhile effort on Social Action projects!
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  • Beth Torah

    We have many opportunities for volunteers at Beth Torah. This includes volunteering for the Youth and Family Committee for their muliple events over the year. Volunteering at our numerous programs, including Adult Year of Living Jewishly (AYLJ) and other informative events that happen over the year.
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  • Beth Tzedec

    Volunteering: The Hesed Community Needs You
    Many Projects, Many Hands Needed:
    Visiting People, Bereavement, Out of the Cold, Special Projects, and More
    Click here to see the many opportunities

  • Holy Blossom Temple

    Volunteers are the life blood of Holy Blossom Temple. They provide a sense of meaning and purpose to many of our programs. Whether it is feeding the hungry, working with senior Temple members or serving on a committee, our volunteers get as much out of volunteering as they give. Whether you are available regularly, occasionally or for just one day a year, the Temple has the right fit for you.
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  • Shaar Shalom

    Contact Shaar Shalom to find many rewarding volunteer opportunities
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  • Chabad Youth Network

    Chabad Youth Network Toronto Chabad Youth Network runs and facilitates community service programs to engage teens in community life, thereby affording teens the ability to complete their community service requirements for high school matriculation. These programs will enable teens to gain leadership skills as well as give back to the community.
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  • One Family Fund Canada

    Phone: 416-489-9687
    Fax: 416-489-9864
    Address: 36 Eglinton Ave. West, Suite 601
    Toronto, On. M4R 1A1
    Email: info@onefamilyfund.ca
    Website: www.onefamilyfund.ca

    One Family Fund provides direct financial, legal and emotional support to
    the thousands of victims of terror in Israel on a daily basis. One Family
    encourages teenagers who reach the age of Bar or Bat Mitzvah to dedicate
    their simcha to helping terror victims.