My Philly Mitzvah Project

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Are you a 6th or 7th grade student who is preparing for your Bar/Bat Mitzvah?

My Philly Mitzvah Project may be exactly what you have been looking for!  

You can pick and choose from among the various sites as listed on the program flyer and join other community teens without making any arrangements or commitments to each individual agency.  
It is all done for you! 

Are you trying to balance school and clubs, sports as well as other commitments while at the same time writing about your Torah portion and also practicing for your service?  We are trying to help lighten your load by providing a wide assortment of unique and valuable experiences that will be a lot more fun because you will be doing them together with others who are also preparing for their Bar/Bat Mitzvah!

For Parents:

My Philly Mitzvah Project is an organized and well supervised program where your child can meet other pre-teens who are also preparing for their Bar/Bat Mitzvah, while engaging in meaningful community service.  They will be partaking in service projects together and making new friends in the process!  My Philly Mitzvah Project staff will also help your child to document the experience and provide assistance in preparing a presentation to be shared at their ceremony.  We have made this program an affordable one, understanding all the expenses you are facing in preparation for the Bar/Bat Mitzvah celebration.

To learn more about My Philly Mitzvah Project contact Andi Oxman, Program Coordinator, Or call 215-635-7300 x222


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