Volunteer opportunities at Chizuk Amuno range from aiding the poor, feeding the hungry, and visiting the sick, to helping with the needs of our synagogue and schools. Each represents a chance to perform a mitzvah, an essential element of Jewish observance. Each enriches the meaning of everyday interactions and relationships.
Unless contact information is listed, for more information or to volunteer, please contact Rabbi Debi Wechsler, ext. 231, or email@example.com or Cheryl Snyderman, ext. 300 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We welcome your participation.
Keep a stretch of Greenspring Avenue clean with quarterly clean ups of roadside litter with Chizuk Amuno Brotherhood. Contact Irwin Golob at 410-560-7422.
Art with a Heart
Hands on art activities to benefit the Baltimore Community and to enhance the lives of people in need through visual arts. Ages 8 and up. To participate, text Deb Charles, 443-386-1324.
Twice a year our Sisterhood spear heads a project to donate adult business attire for community agencies that directly assist men and women seeking employment.
Assist with the collection and distribution of canned and nonperishable food prior to Passover and Yom Kippur. Food donations are distributed to community agencies with monetary donations going to the Kosher Food Fund and Ahavas Israel, among others.
Jared Levy Memorial Garden
Maintain and enhance the benches and garden to be used for quiet reflection by congregants in the Matz Biblical Gardens. Contact Allen Brown at email@example.com.
Knit or crochet blankets for babies in Baltimore and Jerusalem, Israel. Blankets are given to babies who are leaving the hospital. To register contact Cheryl Synderman, ext. 300, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Operation Welcome Home
Join us as we welcome home our troops from military service overseas. Volunteers meet at BWI airport and help pack goodie bags, cheer returning soldiers and thank them for their service. Dates are set 1-3 weeks in advance of incoming flights. We are developing an email list for people whio are interested. If you want to be informed of these welcoming opportunities contact Rabbi Deborah Wechsler at email@example.com. This project is suitable for adults and children of all ages.
Our Daily Bread
Help serve breakfast one Sunday a month to hungry men, women, and children at this downtown Baltimore soup kitchen. Contact Wendy Davis at 410-358-5979 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Jenny Baker at 410-602-9885 or email@example.com.
Ronald McDonald House
Cook and/or serve dinners once a month for families who’s seriously ill children are receiving treatment in area hospitals. To volunteer to cook or serve or both contact Cheryl Synderman, ext. 300, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer in support of Chizuk Amuno Brotherhood’s semi-annual blood drives to benefit local blood banks. Become a donor yourself.
Act as a docent for Shabbat tours and for visiting groups to the Museum – a place of discovery and inspiration that preserves the history of one of America’s oldest synagogues.
Hendler Learning Center
Act as a docent for special tours and for visiting groups to the Learning Center, which provides an excellent chronology of Jewish history.
Host out-of-town guests over night for Shabbat and holidays. Contact Rabbi Debi Wechsler at 410-486-6400, ext. 231 or email@example.com.
Serve as an usher during services on Shabbat and holidays by distributing programs to congregants and by orienting guests as they enter the Sanctuary. Contact Paulette Pollock at 410-486-6400, ext. 220 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lead services in the Sanctuary or lead daily minyan. Contact Dr. Moshe Shualy at 410-486-6400, ext. 243 or email@example.com.
Medical Professionals on Call
Doctors and nurses are needed to volunteer to be available to assist in case of emergencies during the high holidays as well as Shabbat services. Contact Steve Pomerantz at firstname.lastname@example.org to add your name to the list.
Attend daily services in the morning and/or evening and fulfill the mitzvah of providing for a minyanso that services may be conducted. Contact Dr. Moshe Shualy at 410-486-6400, ext. 243 or email@example.com.
New Member Welcomes
Assist the Membership Committee by delivering welcome bags to new members. Contact Cheryl Snyderman at 410-486-6400, ext. 300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Work in the synagogue or school office to answer phones, assist with mailings and special programs, shop for supplies, and provide other assistance. Contact Marci Scher at 410-486-6400 ext. 223 or email@example.com.
Host a fellow congregant or guest who is in need of a place to share in a seder. Contact Rabbi Debi Wechsler at 410-486-6400, ext. 231 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome congregants and guests on Shabbat morning as they enter the synagogue. Contact Paulette Pollack at 410-486-6400, ext. 220 or email@example.com.
Lead services in the home of fellow congregants who are sitting shiva. Contact Jeff Platt firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sisterhood Judaica Shop
Volunteer to work in the Judaica Shop selling gifts and ritual items, the proceeds from which benefit Sisterhood programs. Contact Miriam Golob at email@example.com