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Social Action at TBE

Sisterhood and Women’s Spirituality Group are partnering in support of Jewish Federation of Broward County’s The Dignity Project – Empowering women and girls in our community. We are collecting the following personal/feminine hygiene products: pads, tampons, liners, menstrual cups, soap, wipes, deodorant, and shampoo. Bring your donations to TBE’s back entrance. Please call the temple office to arrange for drop off upon your arrival. Thanks to all who have already donated!

Temple Beth El of Hollywood’s Social Action Committee is committed to Tikkun Olam, “repairing the world.”

We strive to make our community a better place and we encourage all of our temple members to join us. Everyone can get involved with events like our Mitzvah Day. Throughout the year we collect food and clothing for those in need. Please do whatever you can to help.

Temple Beth El of Hollywood is also a partner in Hollywood Cares along with the First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood. Hollywood Cares is a non-profit organization that raises funds and awareness to support an orphanage and school in Haiti for children affected by HIV/AIDS.

We are proud of our members’ efforts to help those in our community that are less fortunate. With your continued support we can make a difference.

Have tzedakah boxes and piggy banks collecting dust? Bring your spare change to TBE to donate to the Spechler Family Mitzvah Fund. Please call the Temple office to arrange for drop off. 

AFTER SCHOOL shifts available!
The Cupboard has two volunteer opportunities to at the food pantry:

1. Warehouse Assistant: issuing bags to Pick Up Clients, pack groceries, and sort donations.
2. Administrative Support: calling clients to scheduled their appointments, go through COVID-19 questionnaire, and dietary restrictions, filing documents, data entry, answering phone, check in client, and other administrative and client service duties, as needed.
After school shifts are available from Monday through Thursday, 4 - 6 pm. Remember, as a token of appreciation, we are accustomed to double the community hours to students.
For safety purposes, The DBJG Cupboard is limiting the amount of people at the food pantry, taking temperature to all volunteers, and requiring to wear face covering at all times.

Book your Cupboard volunteer shift


Want to connect with old friends and make new ones? Want to help make TBE a welcoming community for all of our members? This pandemic has felt isolating for many of us. Pick up a phone to reach out and help connect us all while we're apart. 

Contact Sharon Tanenhaus to be connected with a TBE member who would love to hear from you!

If you are grocery shopping, consider buying a few extra items to donate to Jubilee Center (954.920.0106). If you’ve been cleaning out your closets, you can donate your gently used clothing or home items to Broward Outreach Center (954.926.7417). If you are able to donate blood, there’s no reason not to do it now. OneBlood (the non-profit folks who bring their Big Red Buses to our TBE Blood Drives and supply all our area hospitals) are accepting donations safely (954.378.1188).

For more information, contact any of these organizations directly or contact Social Action Chair Sharon Tanenhaus at 954.604.8666 or 

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To volunteer to distribute food at Temple Beth El, please contact Sharon at or 954.604.8666.

Tue, April 20 2021 8 Iyar 5781