Taking action, together

The Talmud teaches that we should not be daunted by the enormity of the world’s grief, but to be energized in our ability to make a difference, saying…

“You are not obligated to complete the work, but neither are you free to neglect it.”

~ Pirkei Avot 2:16

Tikkun Olam, the Jewish tenet of repairing the world, is an opportunity for all of us to strive to leave the earth better than we found it. We actively create opportunities to learn, organize, and take action, so that together we can bring justice and healing to our neighborhood, city, nation, and planet.

Interested in being a part of our Social Justice efforts?

Learn more about our work by visiting the links below. Questions? Want to get involved? Contact Rabbi Rubin.

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Events & Opportunities

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Food Insecurity

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Racial Justice in America

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Women’s Reproductive Justice

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Civic Engagement

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Mental Health

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Immigration Justice

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Gun Violence Prevention

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Environmental Justice

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LGBTQIA+ Justice

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Fain Social Justice Award Winner

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