Chessed

MAY instills a sense of responsibility to Klal Yisroel in its talmidim. Our formal chesed program offers a variety of opportunities from shadowing developmentally disabled tots, reaching out to unaffiliated Jewish children, to visiting with the elderly homebound. Since our students hail from throughout the metropolitan area, we collaborate with organizations in Brooklyn and Queens to provide convenient chesed opportunities for all our students and their families. Among the organizations our talmidim serve are:

Achiezer
Adopt-A-Survivor Holocaust Program
Adopt-A-Zaidy
Atria Assisted Living (Queens)
Bikur Cholim
Blood Drive
Chai Lifeline
Challenge (Queens)
Chaverim
Friendship Circle
Gesher Tutoring
Jewish Education Program (JEP-LI)
Jewish Heritage for the Blind
Kids of Courage
Kulanu
Lev Leytzan
Masbia Soup Kitchen (Brooklyn)
MAY Peer Tutoring
Metropolitan Rehabilitation Center (Brooklyn)
Ohel Bais Ezra
Partners in Torah
Tomchei Shabbos/Yad Yeshaya
Woodmere Rehabilitation Center

 

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