Here's your chance to Do Good

Do Good with The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington to make a positive impact on the lives of thousands of local families in need. This new social action initiative is a way for volunteers of all ages, backgrounds and interests to pursue a shared passion for tikkun olam (repairing the world). With service projects throughout the community, all year long, together we can inspire social change by feeding the hungry, caring for the earth, supporting Holocaust survivors in need and so much more.

Please check out our full calendar below to see how you can join in and DO GOOD! 

For additional ongoing volunteer opportunities and ideas for families and bnai mitzvah projects, see the jconnect volunteer page.

What people are saying about us...
“Volunteering at Common Good City Farm was a fun way to be active, help cultivate yummy food, and support a wonderful DC nonprofit! I also got to connect with some cool and interesting DC Jews over a gigantic patch of mint.” –Yael K.

Find volunteer opportunities

 

Follow the link below to our page of ongoing volunteer opportunities. If you would like your volunteer event to be featured, please contact Lauren Kessler, at lauren.kessler@shalomdc.org with the project information.Jconnect has also assembled an idea bank for group and individual volunteer ideas. Find something for you, your family or organization. 

 

     

 

Good Deeds Day

April 2, 2017  

Good Deeds Day is an annual celebration of doing good—where all around the world hundreds of thousands volunteer to help others, putting into practice the simple idea that every single person can do something good, be it large or small, to improve the lives of others and change the world.

Jewish Food Experience

May 7, 2017  

Make a difference for homeless and low-income women by preparing and serving healthy, delicious meals at N Street Village. Choose from one of three shifts to cook and serve breakfast or lunch, get to know the N Street Village residents and meet others who share a passion for tikkun olam (repairing the world).


IsraelFest

May 21, 2017  

Celebrate Israel’s 69th year of independence with The Jewish Federation, JCCGW, JCCNV and the Greater Washington Jewish community. Delight your senses with the sights, sounds and flavors of Israeli culture at festivals featuring Israeli dancing, live entertainment, craft activities and so much more!

Mitzvah Mavens Holocaust Survivors Luncheon

June 11, 2017

Jewish Federation of Greater Washington

10:30am-1:00pm

The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington and the Jewish Social Service Agency (JSSA) will come together for their 5th annual Holocuast Survivors Luncheon. We will have the wonderful opportunity to get to know Holocaust survivors living in our community and be inspired by their life stories.