A Weekend of Mitzvot

Our students were busy working on lots of different projects this weekend including making play dough for Horizons for Homeless, cat toys for Stray Pets in Need, blankets for Boston Children's Hospital, party packs for Birthday Wishes, winter kits for Boston Living Center, baking for REACH Beyond Domestic Violence and food for The Second Step. If you want more information about these organizations and the projects we did, please click here. Some of our volunteers even baked at their homes. Thank you to our parent volunteers who helped make the projects possible this morning. We are looking forward to our K-5 Family Mitzvah day in the spring - save the date for April 8!

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