Chicago Volunteers Distribute B'nai B'rith Buddy Bears
The B'nai B'rith Chai Unit, in Chicago, Illinois – participates in several annual volunteer projects in their community. This includes distributing B’nai B’rith teddy bears and socks to those in need. Their unit also participates in the annual distribution of Maos Chittim in their community twice a year with 25 volunteers participating for all of the projects.
Total: 213 hours of service by 25 volunteers
Sub-total: 70,377 hours
B'nai B'rith Young Leadership Network - Chicago Mitzvah Hours
This spring the B’nai B’rith Young Leadership Network took on their second nationwide mitzvah project. The project was to create kid activity kits for children in Israel affected by terrorism. Groups came together for Mitzvah Hours to stuff kits while networking with other young leaders. In Chicago, the group gathered at the B’nai B’rith Midwest office in downtown Chicago.
Total: 3 volunteers, 3 hours.
Sub-total: 69,494 hours
B'nai B'rith Young Leadership Network - Chicago Volunteers at a Food Pantry
In January 2013 - the B’nai B’rith Young Leadership Network - Chicago had 16 volunteers – working at The ARK, Chicago’s leading social service agency for low income Jews in the area.
Volunteers helped stock the food pantry for an hour and a half and all food in the pantry was given to low income members of Chicago’s Jewish community in need of help and assistance during the winter of 2013.
Total: 24 hours by 16 volunteers
Sub-total: 425 hours
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