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What is Mitzvah Meals?

We all have times in our lives when we could use the embrace of our community. Whether it’s following the death of a loved one, navigating an illness, celebrating the birth of a child, or experiencing a difficult time, receiving nourishing meals from caring congregants provides a welcome, comforting, and helpful means of support. Our Mitzvah Meals volunteers are eager to make, deliver, or provide meals to their fellow congregants as a way of showing that, in our PTS community, we care for one another.

 

How Mitzvah Meals Works

Once we are aware of a congregant who could use this “nourishing hug”, we use an easy online system to set up a meal schedule, called a “meal train”, which includes any special dietary and delivery instructions. Mitzvah Meals volunteers then sign up to provide a meal on a specific date. Both the volunteer and recipient receive reminder emails.

Mitzvah Meals Volunteers - Make a Meal, Perform a Mitzvah!

Meal trains that are currently active are accessible to those who have signed up to be a Mitzvah Meals volunteer.
If you are interested in providing a meal for a congregant and are not a current Mitzvah Meals volunteer, please email us at mitzvahmeals@sholom.org

We’re Here For You

If you or someone you know could use a “nourishing hug” from Mitzvah Meals, please email us at mitzvahmeals@sholom.org or contact a clergy member.

Mon, October 18 2021 12 Cheshvan 5782