Tikkun Olam: Healing Our World
AHAVAT TORAH SOCIAL ACTION
TIKKUN OLAM, SOCIAL ACTION, IS WALKING THE TORAH TALK
Joining Ahavat Torah's Social Action Committee is a meaningful way to make a positive impact on the world and connect
with like-minded individuals who are passionate about repairing the world.
Through collective efforts and initiatives, we come together to address social injustices,
environmental concerns, and humanitarian causes. Whether it's volunteering, fundraising, or advocating for change,
our Tikkun Olam committee provides a platform for you to channel your values into action.
Together, we strive to bring healing and transformation to our local and global communities,
embodying the spirit of Tikkun Olam, or repairing the world, in our everyday lives.
Please subscribe to our newsletter for updated information about projects or activities.
ISRAEL The SAC will focus on providing assistance to Israel and supporting the homeless in our community.
Rachel Bar provided important training to a group of local therapists who are willing to support families in Israel and the USA who need support and counseling. If you would like to be a part of this committee please
contact Judy Dubin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BIG SUNDAY PROGRAM: 4351 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, 90038
Please check the BIG SUNDAY WEBSITE FOR MANY OPPORTUNITIES TO VOLUNTEER. This is an opportunity for us to
engage in all sorts of hands-on projects and to gather together to help those in need.
There are weekly events Thursdays at 10 a.m. Contact Rabbi Michal if you are available to join together and build
community through community service. This program is ongoing.
We have programs together with the AME Church of Santa Monica—what wonderful music we make together! Also, we will be meeting monthly for awhile in the Santa Monica Bahai Center. We have connections with the Interfaith
Community, have formed Jewish-Muslim groups, and our president and other members are deeply connected to the
World Parliament of Religions. Please contact Rev Shayna for more information.
JEWISH WORLD WATCH—Ahavat Torah was one of the many founding synagogues of JWW, which continues to fight genocide worldwide, to not stand idly by when these atrocities occur.
We invite all of you, friends and members of Ahavat Torah, to join with us in at least one of our activities.
PLANTING A TREE IN ISRAEL through Ahavat Torah and Jewish National Fund (JNF) is an appropriate and time honored tradition to honor the memory of your loved ones. Here you can plant a tree in Israel to memorialize family, friends and loved ones through JNF. Please contact Lynn Stevens HERE.