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Olim BMitzvah

Malkhut’s Youth Institute for Spirituality and Action prepares our community’s children for walking the walk of social justice and positive change in our world. As part of our two year Olim BMitzvah program, our students begin their social justice journey by embarking on personal Mitzvah Projects. Each student focuses on a topic that is meaningful to them, and they will spend this year and next working to make a difference. 


You can help! Learn more about what some of our Olim students are up to and how YOU can support tikkun olam (repairing the world).

  • Claribel is helping migrants living in Jackson Heights, Please donate the following items: new wipes, diapers, formulas, bottles, breast pumps, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, new clothes, books, or blankets. Please bring to Shabbat services on April 6th, or contact Claribel here to coordinate pick up or drop off.

  • Dahlia is collecting donations of pet food and cash during Shabbat services on April 6th to be donated to Lion Share Food Pantry. Please bring a donation to help support our community pets!

  • Elias wants to help foster kids in NYC public schools. He’s set up a fundraiser that you can find here. Please consider helping kids that don’t often have the support they need to thrive.

  • Jonathan is passionate about housing justice in our city. To help Jonathan with his Mitzvah Project, please use this link to send an email to your representatives in support of affordable housing.

  • Raya will be accepting donations of new or used towels, sheets, and blankets, which will be used to keep animals in shelters cozy and warm while they wait for their forever homes. She will also collect pet supplies such as carriers, toys, leashes, and harnesses. If you would like to donate anything, feel free to bring to Shabbat services on April 6th, or contact Raya's mom Sara here for drop off dates. Please make sure any used items are cleaned prior to donating.

  • Zeno is doing a Mitzvah Project about food insecurity and how we can take actions to make people know how they are going to get their meals everyday. To start off he has been researching other associations that attempt to help towards the same problem. Recently, The Connected Chef agreed to do distribution for me, so for the past few weeks he's been baking bread.

Mazal Tov to our Class of 2023 Olim!

Click on their photos to learn more!

Scroll down to watch the BMitzvah Ceremony and Siyyum!


BMitzvah Ceremony


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