Good Deeds Day Projects Throughout the Month
George Mason Hillel
Good Deeds Day Festival
George Mason University, SUB I QUAD
At the heart of the campus, students will be presented with over 20 different tables, represented more than 20 organizations, offering them a way to make a good deed, in five minutes. In addition, participants will learn ways to make a direct impact on others and the community. This whole day will be colored in shape and sound of a festival, with music performances, circus artists and more. For more info call 571.585.4244.
For more info and to sign-up, call 240.567.1527
Bone Marrow Donor Registry Drive
Tuesday, April 2, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Wednesday, April 3, 12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Thursday, April 4, 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Monday April 8, 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Montgomery College, TPSS Campus
ST Bldg, 1st floor Atrium
7625 Fenton Street
Takoma Park, Maryland 20912
Long Branch Park Clean-up
When: April 13, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Where: Long Branch Park
*The Long Branch Park Cleanup project is at outdoor site and is accessible but may not always easily traversed.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Variety of projects throughout April. See details and register.
For more info, call 3019269774
Downtown Seder 2019
When: Sunday, April 7
Where: City Winery
What makes the Downtown Seder different from all other Seders is the addition of artists each offering their unique interpretation of the important lessons from the timeless Exodus story – the universal message of the journey from slavery to freedom. Featuring an all-star line-up of performers and VIPs who will dine among guests and lead DC in City Winery’s wildly imaginative and interactive 19th annual Passover Seder dinner, hosted by City Winery founder Michael Dorf. Guests will be seated at elegant, long family-style tables, each set with the traditional accouterments, including Seder plate and Matzoh. Performers, who are seated with guests throughout the room, will creatively expound on various sections of the Passover Haggadah (Seder text), which has been specially developed for this night. In an approximately 2 hours program, all of the customary traditions will be followed, including drinking of four glasses of wine (produced by City Winery), discussing the four different children, reciting the four questions, and eating a delicious vegetarian meal (kosher option avail per request) prepared by City Winery’s Executive Chef, Brandon Ingenito.
- David Broza
- Judy Gold
- Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington DC
- Commissioner ANC 3F06 Monika Nemeth
- Carolyn Malachi
- Congressman Jerry Nadler
- Rabbi Mark Novak and Renee Bracheld
- Rori Kramer, AJWS
Vegetarian and kosher-style meals are included, with a Glatt Kosher option available for an additional $25.00/person.
Good Deeds Day project:
We are collecting t-shirt, fleece, and tennis ball donations from March 30th – April 6th. On 4.7, we will be making dog/cat blankets and dog toys and cat toys, which we will then deliver to the Humane Rescue Alliance.