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Tikkun Olam: Social Action

Tikkun Olam: Social Action

Bikkur Cholim - Supporting One Another

Please contact Doris Fasbender ( and Elizabeth Otto ( if you can help offer care in the Nevei Kodesh community.

From taking food to families who are in grief or caring for an ill family member, to giving rides to and from appointments, to paying a call to an ailing congregant, or simply making a phone call to wish someone well.

Perhaps you could contribute a container of soup or a main dish (precisely labeled, of course) once in a while?  Make a phone call?

Whether you can help on a regular basis or just once in a blue moon, we really need your energy and time. Thank you!

Seven New Tikkun Olam Task Forces

Want to get involved?

Simply be in touch with your group's team leader to get added to their email list. (Details below).

Greening the Shul

First task: Installing solar panels on the roof
Chanoch Bloom:

Dialogue with Difference: Inter-community conversations

Reggie Gray:

Grassroots Action: Targeted letter-writing and calls

Rachel Dale:

Encountering Hate and Pursuing Racial Justice

Carol Myers:

Engaging with Israel & Palestine

Jason Appt and Gillian Reingold: and

Organizing for the Earth - Climate Justice

Noah Fulton Beale:

Care in the Cold: Providing immediate practical support to the vulnerable.

Gwen Brodsky:


International Violence Against Women Act

We are now planning grassroots lobbying activity in support of the Act, which would require our government to consider the status of women and girls in all our dealings with other countries, including foreign aid.  If you’re interested, please contact Rachel Dale (, who is organizing our efforts. Thank you.

Boulder Homeless Shelter Monthly Breakfast

The first Sunday of the month, Don Koplen organizes Nevei Kodesh members to serve breakfast at the Homeless Shelter, 5:30am. Please email Don Koplen in advance to see if spots are open for helpers.

Community Table: Serving Meals to the Poor

Give back to our Boulder community the fourth Monday of every month by serving dinner to Boulder’s homeless and working poor. First shift begins at 4:00pm to set up and prepare the food. Second shift is from 5:00-6:30pm for serving the meal and cleaning up. Children and teens are always welcome! It is a fun and lively group of volunteers and a great mitzvah for those who need a hot, filling meal!
Location is at The First Methodist Church at 15th and Spruce Streets in Boulder.
Email Ellen Brock or call (303) 442-0776.





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