Contrary to what many of us have been taught, Judaism cares about more than deeds.
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Giving
Providing for Jewish communal needs is accordingly considered a religious obligation.
Everything you need to know about Purim 2016.
Bechukotai: A resource for families.
Collecting money for charity
Both are about righting the wrongs that are all too pervasive in our world.
A group of Jewish women from Seattle began this community micro-lending effort.
Even when times are tough, we still must give.
The Jewish concept of holiness is bound to notions of sacred time and space--and reaching out to those in need.
The fundraising campaign to build the Mishkan (Tabernacle) teaches us that in true Tzedakah, the giver benefits as much as the taker.