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Upcoming Opportunities:

The 2017 Glean Machine!

May 21-25, 2017

What is the Glean Machine? Why participate?

“Let her glean even among the shearers and put her not to shame…” Ruth 2:15

After the generous winter giving season, each spring area shelters and social service agencies rely on donations to replenish the necessities of those who use their services. The Jewish community rallies to their need in the spirit of Shavuot, gleaning our homes to give  what we no longer need.


We are collecting…
• Seasonal clothing
• Toys, books & craft supplies
• Linens/twin bedding
• Toiletries
• Kitchenware & small electric appliances
Find the full list HERE
When and Where?
Drop off location drop off timing
Sunday 5/21 Congregation Emanu-El B’ne Jeshurun 9:30-11:30am
Monday 5/22
Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid 12-2pm
Hillel Milwaukee 2-4pm
Tuesday 5/23 Congregation Shalom 4:30-6:30pm
Wednesday 5/24 Congregation Sinai 12-2pm
Thursday 5/25 Temple Menorah 10-1pm

 Social Justice Book Club

May 23, 2017

 7:00 PM

Congregation Sinai

8223 N. Port Washington Rd

Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City

by Matthew Desmond

Special Guest: Judge Ellen Brostrom, Branch 6 judge of the Milwaukee County Circuit Court in Wisconsin

THI Fundraising Event: Uniting for Change

June 20th, 2017


Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid

6880 N Green Bay Rd

Registration information can be found Here



Questions? Contact or 414-501-3618

Ongoing Efforts:

Surplus Harvest and the Chop Shop

Volunteers work to gather leftover produce from farmers markets, chop at the Chop Shop, and deliver to shelters and food banks.  The Chop Shop is weekday mornings volunteering in a kitchen along side women inmates working toward credits at MATC’s Culinary Arts program.

Volunteers needed to collect at Farmers Markets and chop in the kitchen! April-November 2017. Contact Karen at  to learn more

Cathedral Center

Volunteers provide monthly dinner to families and women experiencing a homeless crisis. 4-7 volunteers need the first Monday of every month. Contact Sami at to learn more

Tzedek Wisconsin Advocacy Initiative

Tzedek Wisconsin is an inclusive effort among Wisconsin Jewish communal institutions and Jewish individuals to provide advocacy tools and opportunities for the Jewish community to make its voice heard on key issues within our government.

Join a Committee

We run programs throughout the year and are always look for help. If you have an expertise you want to share, please fill out our volunteer interest form to tell us more about you.

Contact Sami at or 414-501- 3618 for more information.

For all upcoming programs and activities, please consult our calendar.