Repair the World by Participating in Community Service at PPNYC!
In addition to the five specialties, Passport NYC offers various unique Community Service/Jewish Service Learning Projects that lend a helping hand to the disadvantaged and struggling communities of New York City.
Passport NYC believes in living the values of Tikkun Olam—helping repair the world—and Tikkun Middot—continuously working towards being your best self, and our Jewish Service Learning Projects reflect these empowering acts.
Spend your Sunday afternoon preparing meals for the homeless in a soup kitchen, or performing original songs and skits for the elderly at a nursing home, or roll up your sleeves and pull weeds in an urban farm that provides fresh and affordable produce for low-income families.
You can choose the project that has the most personal significance to you or a project that takes you somewhere you’ve never been before—either way you will earn up to 30 hours of community service credit and make a big difference.
Options for projects change from session to session based on the needs of the New York City community, and Passport NYC has partnered with non-profit organizations throughout the five boroughs such as Harlem Grown, Masbia Soup Kitchen, Jewish Home Lifecare, Coalition for the Homeless and the Jewish Teen Funders Network to create dynamic and meaningful experiences.
To learn more, please contact us at 212.415.5641 or by email.