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        Lev Leytzan

        Clowning around is something we generally don’t encourage. But clowning around is
        what   Lev  Leytzan  is  all  about.  This  organization  will  professionally  train  you  to  be  a
        clown   and  then  send  you  to  do  your  mitzvah  of  bikur  cholim  and  to  bring  smiles,
        giggles, and laughter to a sick or hospitalized child. The simcha a child will derive from
        your visit is beyond words. Note: There is a fee to sign up for Lev Leytzan, as the training
        you will receive is on a very professional level.

        To sign up:
        See Rabbi Meyer

        Masbia Soup Kitchen
        (Brooklyn Based)

        There are Jews who mamesh have nothing to eat or have barely    enough
        money to purchase healthy food for themselves or their families. Masbia feeds
        these needy people with nutritious hot meals every day, seven days a week.
        The soup kitchen, located in Boro Park, Flatbush and Queens provides meals in
        a dignified, discreet manner. You can help set up, serve meals, and provide joy to our hungry brothers.

        To sign up:
        Call 718-972-4446 or See Rabbi Meyer

        My Extended Family

                                                  MYEF is led by a core group of passionate professionals who
        understand the special needs of children single parent or divorced families. They, in turn, oversee a
        highly motivated team of counselors, mentors and volunteers that make our youth feel like they’ve
        come home. Volunteers can help in a variety of areas including the After School Program (house in
        Mesivta Ateres Yaakov), Big Brother/Big Sister, Mentoring, holiday parties and much more.

        To sign up:
        See Rabbi Bennett
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