Encouraging Hands-On Social Action
Soup-er Sunday is one of JTI’s largest service learning programs. It takes place around Mitzvah Day International, which is an international day of service encouraging people all over the world to take part in hands-on social action.
Here on the North Shore, 100+ teen and adult volunteers have the opportunity to prepare and cook various foods, and then deliver the food to local emergency and family shelters as a pre-Thanksgiving meal.
Each year we look for soup-er heroes to make soup, lasagna and pie. Volunteers help with cooking, set up, clean up and/or delivering food. The day begins with pizza for lunch. Guest chefs will be on hand for culinary inspiration and instruction; no cooking expertise is required!
- Who: 8th-12th Graders (3rd-7th graders can get involved, too!*)
- What: Embrace your inner soup-er hero, help make & deliver food for local shelters
- When: November 19, 2017, 12-2:30pm
- Where: JCCNS, Weiss-Kirstein Rooms
- How Much: Free! You just need to register and show up
- Questions: Call 781.244.5544 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
*3rd-7th graders who want to get in on the tikkun olam action are invited to Temple Emanu-el from 11:30am-1pm to create food that will benefit My Brother’s Table and should contact SMARTY@emanu-el.org to get involved!