Kerem Shalom’s Seventeenth Annual Mitzvah “Day One” Sunday, November 5th, 10:30 AM to mid-afternoon Save the Date!

Join us at the kickoff to Kerem Shalom’s Mitzvah Year!

The sacred work we do as a community on Mitzvah DAY ONE enables us to help those in need here in Massachusetts and around the world. There are projects solely for adults; and there is work for teens and families; several projects provide opportunities to continue the work through-out the year and need our support!  We look forward to another amazing show of community support this year.

We’ll also be collecting non-perishables, gently used winter outerwear, books, school supplies, cleaning supplies, household goods and much more; please keep our collections in mind as you clean your closets & shelves this Fall.

Your good work enables individuals and families to lead safer, better lives.

Mark your calendar and check out web site for more information.

“Jewish tradition teaches that kindness is what life requires of you...Contemporary society says, “The important thing is to feel good about what you’re doing. Judaism says, “The important thing is to do good, regardless of what you feel.”Jeff Jacoby, Jewish Values for a Secular World