Tikkun Olam News – Mitzvah Meals this Sunday!

Mitzvah Meals, Donate Life & CROP Walk

Join us this Sunday, April 14th, at the Temple Beth Sholom kitchen, 2625 Tustin Ave, Santa Ana from 9 AM to noon. You will be cooking, chopping and sorting food for Mitzvah Meals.

Mitzvah Meals is a program administered by Temple Beth Sholom to feed 300 hungry and poor people weekly in South Orange County. TBT volunteers every second Sunday of the month.

If you cannot volunteer please provide 2 dozen baked goods which need to be in the TBT kitchen on Saturday, April 13th no later than 10 AM labeled with your name and “Mitzvah Meals.” Please contact Gary Gruber or call him at 714-319-0030 or call the Temple office to volunteer.

In addition, Tikkun Olam would like to thank all the walkers and all the contributors for this years CROP Hunger Walk: Rabbi Nico and his children (Amatai & Nitzan), Tony Cipriano, Esther Amsterdam, Anna & Felix Livits and their grandchild, Mark Silverstein, Gary Gruber, Susan Shultz, Louise Sussman, & Lauren Simon. For those of you who made donations on line, we also thank you for helping to resolve world hunger.

Please contact Gary Gruber ( or call him at 714-319-0030 or call the Temple office to volunteer. Thank you for your anticipated participation.

Repairing the world begins in our own community

For information on joining us please contact the Temple office or Gary Gruber at 714-319-0030 or at


Saturday, April 27 at Cal State Fullerton

Join TBT as we “pray with our feet” – we will join together and take action to help save lives and strengthen families. Register online today (online registration closes April 24). Day of registration fees increase to $40/person. 
Click HERE to register.
The DONATE LIFE RUN/WALK supports OneLegacy Foundation’s mission to save and heal lives by inspiring and advancing donation and transplantation of organs and tissues through research, public education, and honoring donors whose legacies live on.


iEngage TBT’s Newest Adult Education Program – Jewish Values & the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Join us as we explore the Jewish values that unite us. We’ll develop new ways of thinking and talking to each other about Israel by confronting one of the issues that most divides us.

Facilitated by Rabbi Nico on the following dates

(Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m.):

November 14, December 12, January 23, February 13, March 13, April 10, May 29.

Registration: $100 for the series.

Register by clicking HERE or by calling 714/871-3535.

Co-sponsored by

Temple Beth Tikvah, the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America

& the Rose Project of JFFS, Orange County

The Rose Project thanks the Jewish Community Foundation of Orange County and the American Jewish Committee, Orange County Chapter, for their support for this initiative.