This is the social action, volunteer arm of Temple Beth Am. We are guided by the Jewish principle of Tikkun Olam, or "to repair the world."
Our congregants are concerned with a broad range of social justice issues — from homelessness and hunger, to the needs of Jews around the world. Your Tikkun Olam Committee coordinates and provides volunteer assistance to synagogue and community-wide causes.
We want and need your involvement. The success of our efforts depends on the participation of our Temple membership. This is a wonderful opportunity for parents to teach their children about Tzedakah and for older children to fulfill their community service obligation.
Temple Beth Am members also prepare and serve dinner on the second Sunday of every month at the South Miami-Dade Homeless Assistance Shelter in Homestead, operated by the Community Partnership for the Homeless.