Join J-Teen Leadership and BBYO Hudson Valley Region for a community-wide, family day of fun and learning to benefit volunteer emergency responders in Westchester, and Magen David Adom in Israel.
Glow Run • Relay Races • Fire Safety Courses • Community Partners • Information Tables
$36 charge per family/$18 charge per individual*
J-SERVE Chairs: Ruth Beinhacker, Leetal Ben-Simon, Lily Deitelzweig, Brad Kaufman and Drew Zimmerman
J-SERVE Committee: Lauren Afran, Jessica Baden, Alyssa Harris, Ethan Hersch, Lilly Kleinhandler, Lucy Rosenblut, and Alexandra Zelman
Partners: Bet Am Shalom, Bet Torah, Beth El Synagogue Center, Congregation B’Nai Yisrael -Armonk (CBY), Congregation Emanu-El, Congregation Kneses Tifereth (KTI), Congregation Shir Shalom, Emek USY, Friends of Magen David Adom, Greenburgh C.E.R.T., Greenburgh Hebrew Center, Hartsdale Fire Department, Jewish Education Project, Larchmont Temple, NFTY NAR, Pelham Jewish Center, Pleasantville Community Synagogue (PCS), Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El, Solomon Schechter School of Westchester, Temple Beth Abraham, Temple Beth Elohim, Temple Beth Shalom of Mahopac, Temple Israel Center (TIC), Temple Sholom, WJCS, The Mitzvah Project, Westchester County Police Department, Westchester Jewish Council, and Westchester Reform Temple
is an annual day held during April. During J-SERVE, Jewish teens around the world create service experience for themselves that serve their home communities. Each year J-Teen Leadership spearheads Westchester's local J-Serve project with BBYO Westchester.