Mitzvah Day on the Move!


November 10 through 24, 2020


Due to the pandemic, Federation’s Mitzvah Day has been reimagined and is  Mitzvah Day on the Move. You can choose one of the the six Pop-Up Mitzvah projects to do at home with your family and trusted friends. These projects will help support vulnerable women and children, seniors, the homeless, hospitalized patients, and non-medical frontline workers in our community.

Each project requires a $50 donation to participate. All materials are provided and may be picked up at Jewish Federation’s office (50 Eisenhower Drive, Paramus) on November 10 and 11. Drop off completed projects to Jewish Federation’s office on or before November 24.

If you are not able to host a pop-up, you can still support Mitzvah Day on the Move through a donation or sponsorship.

Sari Gross, Volunteer Center Chair
Laurie Ann Weinstein, Tracy Limbardo, and Penny Samuel Co-Chairs

Shara Nadler, Manager, Volunteer Center,


Premier PLUS G. B. Allen Associates, Inc.

Premier The Heller Family Foundation | Andrew & Ariel Jacobs

Champion Sari & Steve Gross | Haworth Dental, Tal Lebel, DDS | Spring Lake Day Camp | Stephanie Goldman Rosen and Steven Rosen | The Limbardo Family | The Weinstein Family | The Jewish Home Family


Memory Books

Make memory books for Alzheimer’s patients as a communication tool to spark conversations.

Puzzles and Games

Gift wrap puzzles and games for patients in the hospital and bring a smile to their faces.

Hats & Gloves

Bundle new winter gloves, hats, teddy bears, and other necessities for vulnerable children.

Walker Bags

Decorate a bag for seniors that easily attach to walkers to keep personal items safe and easily accessible.

“Feel Good” Kits

Assemble “Feel Good” toiletry kits for men and women in homeless shelters. These basic items are in great demand.

Mask Necklaces

Create mask necklaces for non-medical frontline workers to help make it easier to keep their masks handy.