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Our members are active volunteers in Bikur Cholim, Hatzolah, and the Chevra Kadisha. Other ways to help others include Shabbat Hospitality, the Food Pantry, Mitzvah Toy Campaign and Dorot.


Shabbat Hospitality
Let’s build a warm and welcoming KJ community! Are you new to the community? Do you still feel like you’re new to the community or not sufficiently connected? If you’re interested in meeting new people, hosting members, or being hosted, please contact  Welcome@ckj.org.
 

Bikur Cholim
For over 35 years, a dedicated group of KJ members have been visiting patients at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital. For more information, contact Volunteer Coordinator Karen Lerman at Lerman.KarenJ@gmail.com.


Chevra Kadisha
Join a dedicated group of men and women performing this sacred mitzvah. Contact Riva Alper for the women’s Chevra Kadisha at riva@ckj.org and contact Isaac Pollak for the men’s Chevra Kadisha at isaac@lgpltd.com.


Dorot
Through personal contact with seniors, volunteers help deliver vital services to the elderly and work to forge bonds between the generations.

See www.dorotusa.org for volunteer opportunities. For KJ’s Dorot Shabbat Meal Delivery Program contact Leonard Silverman at LSS@ckj.org.


Hatzolah
The Upper East Side Division volunteers volunteer EMTs and provides immediate response and the highest quality emergency medical and life-saving services to our community, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call (212) 410-9796 for information.


Mitzvah Toy Campaign
This heartfelt program encourages children from Nursery School through Grade 8 to donate one or more of their birthday presents to children in need. For information contact Joanna Kleinhaus at JoannaKleinhaus@gmail.com.


KJ Food Pantry
One of the few kosher food pantries in Manhattan, it provides weekly (every Monday) staples as well as fresh fruit and vegetables to those in need in our community. For more information or to volunteer, contact Danielle Kaufman Herbst at socialworker@ckj.org.


W Connection
A grassroots organization created to meet the needs of widows. To learn more about the KJ/Ramaz chapter, contact 212-879-4783 or Gabriella Major at gabriellamaj@gmail.com.


Career Network
The KJ/Ramaz Career Network endeavors to help members find jobs, or fill a vacancy with a qualified shul member. Contact Larry Kassman at KasTrade@aol.com

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