Mitzvah Opportunities

Mitzvah Opportunities through The Community Synagogue and its Committees are listed on this page as a "one stop" resource. Check back again soon!

Volunteer Opportunities at North Shore University Hospital

Help put together over 500 Shabbat gifts that will be distributed to patients in our hospital. Learn about volunteer opportunities by calling 516-562-4947. 300 Community Drive, Manhasset, NY.


Humanitarian Crisis at the Border
Protect the Rights of Migrant Children

A surge in unaccompanied minors from Central America has spurred much discussion and debate about the best way to address the fact that to date, 58,000 undocumented and unaccompanied minors have entered the United States.

Please read more about the proposed changes which will effect these children and find out how YOU can help.


Tutors Wanted

Tutoring and mentors are needed to work with Schreiber High School students for whom English is a second language. Tutors assist with English, Social Studies, Math, and Science. 

This year, the needs of the ESL Dept at Schreiber are particularly challenging. Almost all of the students requiring tutoring are exceptionally weak in English and would be best served by tutors who will be able to communicate in Spanish. Tutors are needed to donate at least 2 hours a week to devote to a well deserving high school student, between the hours of 3 and 8 PM.  Tutoring can occur either at Schreiber or the Port Washington Library. Mentors can also provide guidance with college selection, career choices, resume writing, etc.  Additional math tutors (teens preferred) are needed at this time. 

Click here for more about our tutoring program. Please contact Jessica Wigdor at 516-883-1979

Piano for Patients

piano keysCongregant Nikki Egna works with local teens who play music for those in Seniors Residences. Click here to watch a brief video about bringing youth and melody to nursing homes and hospitals. Nikki reminds us all that the "Mitzvah Project" is not just for Bar/Bat Mitzvah, but life. Congratulations to her, and her parents Lauren Bratter Egna and Brad Egna. Click here for the Piano for Patients website.