COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT | REPAIR THE WORLD
“Give of yourself… you can always give something, even if it is only kindness…no one has ever become poor from giving.”
Through repairing the world, tikkun olam, we grow as individuals,
deepen connections to each other, and strengthen communities inside and outside of TBE.
Family Promise Metrowest
Join TBE volunteers to cook and/or
serve meals to families who are
homeless and working toward
TBE Literacy Tutoring
For 20 years, TBE volunteers have been reading with one or two children in grades K-4 during the week. No teaching experience required, just a desire to help children improve their reading skills.
Sharim Singers @ Senior Living
Join us one Sunday a month to sing songs that resonate with senior living center residents in Metrowest. Sharim Singer voices are accompanied by piano or guitar and led by composer, conductor, author and musical director Nick Page, whose choral works have premiered in venues including Lincoln Center.
Special Education Surrogate Parents
Join a TBE corps of volunteer parent advocates for students in state custody who have special education needs. Help ensure that every child in the care of the Massachusetts Department for Children and Families (DCF) receives the educational support they need to succeed. Volunteers receive training and support.
Wingate Nursing Home Shabbat
Visit, pray, and sing with the
Wingate residents as we host a
Shabbat service every other Friday
from 11am to noon.
TBE Youth Opportunities
Students engage in repairing the world through causes such as environmentalism, fighting hunger & homelessness, building literacy, connecting generations, or helping those with disabilities.
Through Justice League, teens come together to engage in tikkun olam and wrestle with difficult issues with our social justice organizer, Hannah Mulfelder.