In celebration of The Associated’s Centennial Year, JVC is excited to launch the community-wide 100,000 Acts of Service Challenge! We are challenging the Baltimore Jewish community to engage in 100,000 individual acts of volunteer and leadership service.
Acts of service can include volunteer activities like visiting an isolated senior or giving a care package to a person experiencing homelessness, and it can include leadership activities like participating on a board or committee. Each and every one of these acts of service makes our community the special place that it is, and each one helps people to live with dignity and purpose. Click here for more information and frequently asked questions about JVC’s 100,000 Acts of Service Challenge.
As we set our community’s sights on recording 100,000 acts of service, we challenge each of you to set your own goals for volunteer participation. Join JVC’s Challenge to hit these threshold levels:
12 Acts of Service: Ahava (Love)
18 Acts of Service: Mensch (Good person)
36 Acts of Service: Macher (One who Gets Things Done)
54 Acts of Service: Tikun Olam (Healing the World)
72 Acts of Service: Hesed (Loving-Kindness)
100 Acts of Service: Tzedek (Righteousness)
JVC will track your participation based on your name and email address. The 100,000 Acts of Service Challenge runs from January-December so you can record acts of service that you’ve done anytime this year, beginning on January 1!
Here are Some Examples of Acts of Service That Qualify For The Challenge!