Make the World a Better Place…TOGETHER
Volunteer Opportunities- for Families, Teens, and Adults
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES for families, teens and adults. Projects to help seniors and families in need.
Complete projects in your home or at SYJCC.
Monday, January 16, 2022 | Begins at 10:00 am
- In Your Home- Cook & deliver to Seniors
- At the SYJCC- Decorate and fill bags of fun for children
For Adults & Teens
- At the SYJCC- Prepare and serve lunch to families
- At the SYJCC- Gym and games with children living in transitional housing
ADL Virtual Panel
Building bridges: A discussion between the Black and Jewish Communities
The Black and Jewish communities have been the victims of rising hate directed at them. In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, join ADL Long Island and the NAACP Long Island for an open conversation about how these two communities can join forces to fight antisemitism, racism and all forms of hate.
Panelists: Tracey Edwards- Long Island Regional Director of NAACP, Scott Richman- ADL NY/NJ Regional Director, and Rev. Roderick Pearson- Former President of the Town of Islip NAACP
Sunday, January 15, 2023 | 5:00-6:00 pm
To Join, please
From Hatred to Harmony
Keynote Speaker- Frank Meeink
Recovering skinhead, Founder and Director of Harmony through hockey and Co-founder of Life After Hate.
Monday, January 16, 2023 | 4:00 pm
At the SYJCC
After being radicalized into Nazism as a teen, Meeink served three years in prison on assault and kidnapping charges. During his sentence, he befriended many Black and Latino inmates and renounced white supremacism. He has since become an activist against hate groups, speaking at high schools about radicalization and releasing the book “Autobiography of a Recovering Skinhead” in 2010.
Faith Leaders and Inspirational Music
Live in the Stage 74 Theater (streaming option available)
For Volunteer Information, Robin Spencer, 631-462-9800, x146, email@example.com
All Other Questions, Bat-Sheva Slavin, 631-462-9800, x140, firstname.lastname@example.org