On Thursday, October 3rd, MTA Juniors braved the rain and joined the Jewish Home Family’s Safely@Home program and built sukkahs for those who were unable to build their own in the New Jersey Jewish community. Talmidim enjoyed participating in this program, which enables them to help community members fulfill this important mitzvah. The initiative is part of MTA’s Chessed program, which partners with local organizations to help Jewish communities in the tri-state area. MTA has worked with the Jewish Home Family for many years and was honored during the organization’s awards ceremony over the summer for devoting more than 100 hours of service to the Safely@Home program. This is one of the many chessed opportunities offered by MTA throughout the year, which instills the value of giving back within its talmidim and encourages them to continue the yeshiva’s commitment to chessed in their daily lives.

 

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