The Social Action Committee is organizing a Community Mitzvah Day in honor of TCS's 20th anniversary. We invite members, family and friends to sign up and participate as we lend our hands and hearts in service to our local community.
Please sign up to volunteer at one of the following locations by emailing Carly.Seibald@gmail.com. Be prepared for 2 hours of service followed by light food, refreshments and merriment back at TCS.
There are several organizations who will be participating in this event with Synagogue members. They are:
Equine Advocates: Outdoor Volunteering (Fence and Barn Painting)
Equine Advocates is a national non-profit 501(c)(3) equine protection organization founded in 1996. Since that time, Equine Advocates has rescued thousands of equines, including horses, ponies, donkeys and mules from slaughter, abuse and neglect. They have grown significantly over the years with a small but energetic and compassionate staff. Equine Advocates Rescue & Sanctuary has truly become a haven for horses. It is an equine village where horses get to live out their lives in a natural environment that allows them to socialize with each other. The 80+ equines who reside here receive lots of TLC. Most were slaughter-bound and/or came from abusive situations and have surely earned their retirement here at the sanctuary.
To learn more about Equine Advocates, click on this link https://www.equineadvocates.org/about-us/
Chatham Rescue Squad: Indoor Painting (no heavy lifting).
Chatham Rescue Squad, Inc. is a non-profit ambulance service serving residents in need in Northern Columbia County, New York. Emergency medical services exists to fulfill the basic principles of first aid which are to Preserve Life, Prevent Further Injury, and Promote Recovery. Our local community relies of the EMS workers of the Chatham Rescue Squad to respond to emergencies and provide transport to medical facilities when necessary.
To learn more about the Chatham Rescue Squad, click on this link
If people would like to volunteer on June 30th or a day in the future to help with cleaning the basement of TCS, please contact Len Grossman directly. firstname.lastname@example.org