Boulder JCC Hosts JEWISHcolorado Christmas Mitzvah Project

The Boulder JCC is proud to be a host site for the JEWISHcolorado Christmas Mitzvah Project program on Wednesday, December 22, 2021 from 9:00 am – 11:00 am or Noon – 2:00 pm.

For 26 years, the Christmas Mitzvah Project has mobilized volunteers to provide relief at local hospitals, assisted living facilities, shelters, and nonprofit organizations, so that staff can enjoy Christmas with family and friends.

Bring your family to volunteer to work on service projects for Boulder County non-profit organizations, including making kits for those who are experiencing homelessness and social isolation, blankets and scarves for seniors, dog and cat toys for animals, and more.

Unable to participate this year? Consider making a financial contribution or a donation to our Amazon wish list. Every mitzvah counts.

This program requires all individuals to show either proof of being fully vaccinated* or a negative COVID-19 test** upon arrival at the Boulder JCC.

Pre-registration is required and space is limited. For more information and to register, click here.

This event will be held in person at the Boulder JCC following all of our Health & Safety Protocols. As of November 1, 2021, we are implementing a Vaccination Policy for program participants that varies by program location/attendance. Please familiarize yourself with these protocols prior to the event. As always, all Health & Safety protocols are subject to change.

About Shari Schnee

Shari Blake Schnee is the Shalom Family and Camp Director at the Boulder Jewish Community Center (BJCC).

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