What is a Mitzvah Project?
A mitzvah is a good deed done from religious duty. The Bar/Bat Mitzvah ceremony marks the passage of the child into Jewish adulthood. By Jewish standards, this means they are now responsible for their behavior, and for carrying out mitzvot. Many children take on a service project, which can include choosing a charity in support of their Mitzvah Project.
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Logan will become a Bar Mitzvah on January 29th, 2022. He has decided to collect board games and monetary donations to benefit the Benjamin Goldberg Foundation Playroom and other children's cancer facilities in the Hampton Roads area. Logan and his family love to play games and they know firsthand how beneficial they can be for children and families "stuck" in the hospital. Logan is passionate about bringing joy to those who need it most and would be very appreciative of your support!
On June 5th, 2021, Ella Goodove became a Bat Mitzvah. For her Mitzvah Project, she chose to collect coloring supplies and crafts. The generous donations and goods she received directly support the Benjamin Goldberg Playroom at CHKD.
On 2/27/2021 Hayden's Mitzvah project GAMING FOR GOLD was a great SUCCESS! He played a variety of games live streamed on Twitch and Zoom to benefit the Benjamin Goldberg Playroom at CHKD. Learn more in the article below...
On 11/21/2020 Avi became a Bar Mitzvah with most of his friends and family via Zoom. A childhood friend of Ben's, Avi chose for his Mitzvah Project to bring awareness to the healing benefits of the creative arts therapies and our mission. The generous donations that he raised will directly support the Benjamin Goldberg Playroom at CHKD.
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