SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 2023
9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
at Temple Adat Elohim
Spend your morning making a difference!
Projects for all ages! OPEN TO ALL… Bring your friends and family!
Mitzvah Day Projects
- For troops: Write letters, decorate pillowcases, make paracord bracelets and cards, and collect Beanie Babies
- For seniors: Paint potted plants and make cards
- For at-risk youth: Collect electronic waste (see below), make fleece blankets, journals, friendship bracelets, hair ties, and toiletry bags
- For animals: Make dog toys, collect gently used pillowcases, towels, and dog/cat beds
- For those who are unhoused: Make lunches and toiletry bags
- For the community holiday dinner: Make gift bags for hats
- For all of us: Sidewalk CPR (hands only) and Stop the Bleed from from AMR/Gold Coast Ambulance EMS professionals
All proceeds from this collection will be donated to Safe Passage Youth, a partnership between the Thousand Oaks Police Department and Conejo Recreation and Park District, to eliminate gang-related crime.
- MP3 Players
- Computers and monitors
- Printers, scanners, fax machines
- Cell phones, telephones
- Stereo, VCR
- VHS, audio tapes
- PDAs, pagers
We cannot accept microwaves or other appliances.
Review of what we will be collecting…
Start your Mitzvah Day spring cleaning today and drop off items during Mitzvah Day!
- Beanie Babies (or 6′ or smaller stuffed animals)
- Pillow cases
- Cat beds, dog beds, and towels
- Electronic waste – Details listed above
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