EVERY DAY IS MITZVAH DAY AT BETH TORAH!

Beth Torah Park Days:

That lovely land behind our building and down to the stream is “Beth Torah Park” on Google Maps! Get some exercise and join your CBT friends one Sunday a month (March – October) following Family T'filah to help keep it clean!
Project Coordinator: Greg Zarobsky


Harvesters' Backsnack Program:

Harvesters’ BackSnack program provides backpacks filled with nutritious, child-friendly food for needy schoolchildren to take home on Fridays. Help us pack bags and/or deliver them on Thursday mornings.
Project Coordinator: Teresa Hellman, 816-678-5910


Coupons For The Military:

Military families can redeem coupons up to six months after they expire. Bring coupons to the CBT Office at any time, and on the first Sunday every month join CBT friends to clip and sort.
Project Coordinator: Sheila Goldberg, 816-444-5086


Tikkun-KC:

Tikkun-KC acquires abandoned, dilapidated and distressed houses, and renovates them to today’s standards for sale to vetted low income individuals and families—providing quality affordable housing to those that truly need and deserve it. Join CBT friends and share your painting and other talents!
Project Coordinator: Larry Myer


Mitzvah Garden:

Kansas City’s Mitzvah Garden, 12320 Nall Avenue, is a community-wide project that provides ~10,000 pounds of fresh produce to food pantries throughout the city. Join on any Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. to plant, weed, or harvest food. Families are welcome!
Project Coordinator: Scott Franklin


Blood Drives:

You can “save a life” by donating blood at Beth Torah four times a year!
Project Coordinator: Scott Franklin


Food Drives:

Jewish Family Services depends on our generosity around the High Holidays and Passover, and Harvesters depends on our ongoing support throughout the year. Project Coordinator: Kathleen Stone


Voter Registration:

What could be more important than ensuring all citizens can exercise their right to vote?!
Project Coordinator: Marcia Rittmaster


K’Sharim:

During times of illness or other crises, members of our Beth Torah family need help with acts of loving kindness. Join those willing to be called when needed!
Project Coordinator: Alyssa Schildhorn


reStart Shelter For The Homeless:

For over 25 years we provided all food in January and cooked and served weekend meals that month. With new requirements for shelter volunteers, new plans are underway to help reStart.
Project Coordinator: Scott Franklin