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Social Action Tikkun Olam Committee

Mission Statement:

This committee shall be charged with the responsibility of involving the congregation in projects that will inform and educate our congregants about important issues which impact us as Jews and as citizens of the world, as well as help improve the quality of life of people in need. It will strive to advocate for issues concerning Social Justice in accordance with the platforms supported by USCJ.

Click here to see our SATO Calendar of Meetings and Events!

Get involved or make a donation to help us help our community!

Upcoming Events and Collections

           

SATO Committee Meeting

Please email us at tisatocommittee@gmail.com for more information!

We meet on the first Monday of the month from 6:00PM-7:00PM.
Our next meeting is: Monday, January 9th

We would love to see some new faces at our meeting! Please reach out if you want to join us or have a great idea! See you soon!

         
          

Lend A Hand @ The Regional Food Bank

A group of covid vaccinated volunteers gather for Lend a Hand at the main warehouse of the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern NY to sort produce and non-perishables for families in need. This program is open to those over age 6.

Upcoming Dates:  Jan. 29, Feb. 26, Mar. 26, Apr.23
Register Today!

TI's Sandwich Brigade for IPH!

On Sunday, January 22nd from 2:00pm-4:00pm, please join our Committee and friends for a fun filled afternoon of sandwich making for IPH: Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless. We will be making 100 brown bag lunches to donate. The more hands the merrier!! This program is open to everyone! There is no age limit. We encourage young families to come out and participate. Help us help our community and have some fun too! Register today!

SATO's Make Mitzvah Meals on Mitzvah Sundae!

On Sunday, March 12th from 2:00pm-4:00pm, please join our Committee and friends for an afternoon of making meals to freeze that are available to families with covid or other illnesses/injury, a meal for a family in need, for mourners, etc. This combines the mitzvot of Ahavat HaBriyot, loving mankind, and Gemilut Hasadim, [Doing] righteous deeds. If you like to help in the kitchen, join us, and help us give back to this amazing community. This program is open to everyone! Help us help our community and have some fun too! Register today!

       

Temple Israel's Little Free Food Pantry

We are so excited to have a food pantry available to the greater Albany community. It is towards the back of our parking lot, by the garage. We welcome donations of non-perishable foods to fill our Food Pantry. Our Food Pantry was build as an Eagle Scout project by Amitai Goldmeer and our community is beyond appreciative.  Please click here for an article about our new Food Pantry. 

Anyone wishing to make a donation towards this project can do so by donating directly to the SATO Committee on the TI webpage and specify Food Pantry in the notes.

Please email us at tisatocommittee@gmail.com for more information about our committee, SATO project ideas, or to see how you can get involved!

Wed, February 8 2023 17 Shevat 5783