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What is J-Serve? J-Serve is a part of the Global Youth Serve Day initiative, and is an opportunity for Jewish teens to join teens around the world for a day of service.
What is J-Serve? J-Serve is the annual day of service for Jewish youth throughout the world. It is a day when Jewish teens join their peers in other faith communities, other cities and other countries to give their time to serve their communities.
When is J-Serve? April 22, 2012. J-Serve is a part of the Global Youth Serve Day initiative, and is an opportunity for Jewish teens to join teens around the world for a day of service.
Who can participate? J-Serve is a pluralistic Jewish day of service and welcomes all Jewish teens from any background to participate and make the world a better place, starting in their communities.
How many people participated last year? Approximately 10,000 teens in more than 70 communities rolled up their sleeves to make their world a better place during J-Serve.
Is money available? Grants of up to $2500 are available annually to empower teens, along with their communities, around the world to lead the most meaningful and impactful service projects possible. For J-Serve 2012, grant applications will be made available at the end of September 2011.
How do I get started? Start thinking big, and work with your local synagogue, youth group, team, or club to change the world. Then sign up!
Why J-Serve? By engaging in community service, J-Serve participants are fulfilling the ideals of; gemilut chasadim, acts of loving kindness; tzedakah, just and charitable giving; and tikkun olam, the idea that Jews are duty bound to help fix a broken world.
Have more questions? Check out the J-Serve website to learn more and get our community involved!
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