Volunteer with the J
Hillel asked: “If I am only for myself, what am I?” and the Talmud teaches us that “we are all responsible for one another.” With these teachings in mind, the SJCC is looking to offer meaningful opportunities to embody the value of tikkun olam (repairing the world). We welcome your participation and any questions that come along with it. Our goal is to provide a quality experience while establishing connections and benefiting the community.
If you questions contact Program Manager, Engagement and Celebrations, Talya Kurland or call 206-388-0828.
Sign Up to Volunteer
Before you can volunteer with the J, you need to fill out a volunteer application form. If you are over 18, you will be subject to a background check. All potential volunteers will be contacted by an SJCC staff member for an interview. Projects subject to availability and skill set.
Click here for instructions on how to fill out your volunteer application and set up your account.
If you have any questions, contact Program Manager, Engagement and Celebrations, Talya Kurland or call 206-388-0828.
Already have a log-in? Click the link below to view volunteer opportunities.
The SixThirTeens is a self-directed, mitzvah-based, philanthropic group for teens in the Seattle area. The primary purpose of the group is to engage in various social action initiatives, benefiting the community while providing an evocative platform to connect with one-another. The name “SixThirTeens” is derived from the number of mitzvot (commandments) recognized in the Torah.
The overall goal of this group is to provide low-barrier opportunities for teens to engage in service and develop a foundation of key values with each other, on their own terms. The group was created by teens, for teens and is self-directed. There are no membership or attendance requirements to participate. Come and serve one time, or every single time!
If you, your teen, or a teen you know is interested in participating or has questions, please email Jessica Ost or call 206-388-1987.
Support our family-centric community holiday celebrations such as Purim, Hanukkah, Passover Seders, Havdalah and Shabbat gatherings, Tu B’Shevat Seders, and Sukkot. There are various ways to support our Community Celebrations.
Kesher Community Garden
Duties include weeding, harvesting, mulching, watering garden beds, composting, and there’s always lots of free garden education.