Sunday, April 21, 2013, 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Join us for this very special Mitzvah Mavens opportunity where we will have a Lunch & Learn with Holocaust Survivors living in the Greater Washington area. We will have the opportunity to engage in a very special discussion about how Israel connects all Jews – despite our differences.
Join us for a conversation of past struggles, present realities and future dreams. Together we will celebrate our connection to Israel! We will also have the opportunity to learn about the Jewish Social Service Agency’s (JSSA) Holocaust Survivor Program which provides assistance to some local Holocaust Survivors.
Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School
Upper School - Families in Action Day
11710 Hunters Lane
Event Chairs: Audrey Horn, Ellen Ottenstein and Sharon Zissman
Women ages 15+ only, no exceptions
Space is very limited for this event!
For more information, please contact us at 301-348-7343 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mitzvah Mavens are women from our community who are showing the true meaning of tikkun olam by repairing the world, one project at a time.
What do the Mitzvah Mavens do?
Mitzvah Mavens help with a variety of social actions projects here in the Greater Washington area. Many projects allow you to be a part of the great work of The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington and its partner agencies.
Is Mitzvah Mavens for me?
Mitzvah Mavens is open to all women in the Greater Washington area!
Interested in Learning More
Mitzvah Mavens was created as a way for women looking to become more involved in the community and actively participate in affecting change. Whether you can help with only one project, or wish to contribute to many, we would love to have you join us. Throughout the year, we’ll be hosting five different social action projects.
Stay tuned for information on upcoming events. Click here to read about past events.