There is always more than one way to help!

Check out some of our Mitzvah Opportunities to help make a difference in our community.

Assemble a Passover Package for a family in need

High costs of food and other economic challenges make these days leading up to Pesach incredibly difficult for Jewish families in need. Households including unemployed parents and those trying to climb out of debt, single mothers who’ve already been struggling to cover their most minimal daily needs like food, clothing and utilities throughout the year, trying to shop for holiday necessities is an impossible task. The backlash of covid may seem like it’s fading into the background but it has caused thousands of previously stable families to fall below the poverty line, unable to buy groceries. Pesach, the holiday of freedom, becomes an extended time of stress and despair. Please help a family in need by contributing a Passover Package.

Each package should include the following:
-A box of matzah
-A bottle of Kedem Grape Juice
-6 pieces of fresh fruit
-1 bag of potatoes
-1 can of macaroons

Packages can be dropped of from April 1-8 to:
B’nai Torah Congregation – Boca Raton
6261 SW 18th St
Boca Raton, FL 33433
Attention Summer Faerman


Help our partner The Legacy Closet, Inc. by filling plastic easter eggs or assembling Easter Baskets for children in need

TLC is EGGstra special this Spring. More than 2 million children are living below the poverty line in Florida. Children look forward to special events and holidays and sometimes their family’s need a little EGGstra help
(no chocolate candy)

Drop off from April 1-12th to either
6000 West Atlantic Blvd
Margate, FL
Palm Beach Bagel,1200 Yamato Rd Boca Raton, FL


Help PBSO – Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and The Legacy Closet

Pre-pandemic, Palm Beach County ranked #2 in Florida for children living in spaces not designed for human habitation – spaces like a car, garage or a backyard shed. More than two years into the pandemic, concerns around youth homelessness are growing, as more families face hardship. Often runaway and homeless youth go unreported – they couch-surf and fly under the radar of the child welfare system just enough to become “invisible.” TLC and our partners want to make sure that these children are visible and receive their basic hygiene needs as well as a journal for their mental health.

Please make a bag of hope for the homeless youth in Palm Beach County
Each bag should include:

-Dental Floss
-Plaque Tablets
-Bristle Hair Brushes
-Baby Wipes
-Small Journals/pen or pencil
-Tic Tacs

For additional volunteer information and opportunities, or more information about how you can make a difference through financial contributions, contact Summer Faerman at