Please Join us for an Important and Meaningful Week: Senesh@25 Week of Action
Monday, January 20th-Sunday, January 26th–Honor Senesh’s 25th and participate in service projects at Senesh and in Brooklyn
Monday, January 20th, 10am-3pm at Senesh for the entire community
Join Repair the World Brooklyn at Senesh to assemble cleaning, winter care, and food packaging supplies for the the Met Council on Jewish Poverty. The Met Council on Jewish Poverty provides comprehensive social services around food, employment, housing, and more resources to aid, sustain, and empower their clients. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Generously made possible by UJA-Federation of NY. Ages 5+ for programming but all are welcome.
Tuesday, January 21st-Friday, January 24th at Various Locations for Senesh students and parent volunteers
During school, all students will be volunteering in the community with their classes. Parents are welcome to join their children during their daytime service projects. If you’d like to volunteer, reach out to your child’s teacher.
Kindergarten Neighborhood trash clean up
First Grade Deliver appreciation cards to local firemen
Second Grade Visit Cobble Hill Health Center
Third Grade Assemble and deliver lunch bags to CHIPS
Fourth Grade Dog walking and cat cuddling at Sean Casey Animal Shelter
Fifth Grade Visit Brooklyn Autism Center and Visions
Sixth Grade Collect and bring coffee grinds from local coffee shops to farmers market for composting
Seventh Grade Clean up and organize library at Brooklyn Landmark school
Sunday, January 26th, 1-3pm, at Senesh for Senesh families only
Write positive feedback on the creative writings of incarcerated youth and participate in a guided discussion in partnership with Repair the World and Free Minds (Ages 12+)
Decorate get-well cards for patients at Maimonides Hospital (Ages 4+)
Create artwork for refugee culinary education center, Emma’s Torch, with a guided presentation from organization staff (Ages 6+)
Purchase treats from our Middle School Community Service Chug to support their fundraising efforts for a number of causes
Collect, bring in, and box household items and books for refugees, immigrants and local Brooklyn youth through Brooklyn Book Bodega, Ruth’s Refuge, and Emma’s Torch (Ages 7+)
Pack books during a private Senesh volunteer session at Books Through Bars, with a guided discussion with organization staff (Ages 12+) Offsite location, 11:45am-1:45pm.
To RSVP, email Leah Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org