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Featured Volunteer Opportunities

04/01/2024 03:02:16 PM


Looking to volunteer? Need a b’nai mitzvah project? Here are ways to help people in our community. 

Chevra Kadisha: Ordinary People Doing Holy Work
For over a century, a devoted group of Jewish Madisonians has cared for our community by preparing bodies for burial according to Jewish tradition. This group, called the Chevra Kadisha (sacred colleagues), has a pressing need for new volunteers to provide this critical service. If you think you may be able to help, please join us for a learning session on May 31 or June 2 at Beth Israel Center. To RSVP or express interest, contact Rabbi Renée Bauer (, 608-424-4033) or Kristin Geil (

Serve Supper at the Catholic Multicultural Center
Sign up for April 16, May 21, or June 18.

Cook Meals for Healing House
Sign up to drop off meals May 12 to 18.

Donate for Mitzvah Day
For Mitzvah Day on April 14 we are collecting items needed for Mitzvah Day projects. These donations can be left in the coatroom at Temple Beth El. Monetary donations to the Social Action Fund are also welcome to fund our Mitzvah Day projects. Donations can be made online or as part of Mitzvah Day registration.

Volunteer for Voting Rights 
The TBE Civic Engagement Action Team is preparing for an active year in 2024! Our nonpartisan activities include registering voters together with the League of Women Voters, going door-to-door with the Wisconsin Interfaith Voter Engagement Coalition, and holding postcard parties in support of national issues suggested by the Union for Reform Judaism’s Religious Action Center. To get involved, please contact Sue Levy or Marcia Vandercook

More Volunteer Opportunities

Please visit our Social Action web page for our ongoing volunteer opportunities.

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