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The Ways We Can Pursue Tikkun Olam (Repair the World) at Shir Ami

The Tikkun Olam Steering Committee coordinates direct service projects to aid and support our community. Those projects include:
  • Caring For Friends
  • Clothing Drives
  • Code Blue
  • Environmental Justice
  • Food Insecurity
  • Racial & Social Justice
  • Voter Engagement
Our High Holiday food collection contributed more than 15,000 pounds of food through our Food Bank to various agencies that support those in need throughout Bucks County. Every part of our community, from our youngest children in the Early Learning Center through our senior adults, has supported the food drive by donating food and money, sorting donations, and/or helping with its distribution. 

In addition, we partnered with the Jewish Family and Children’s Service to collect and provide warm coats and clothing for families who may have recently arrived in this country or face other challenges.

Our advocacy work in partnership with the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (RAC) includes Voter Engagement, so critical to our democratic way of life. Many other social issues, including the disturbing rise of antisemitism in our community and beyond are addressed. This year we added Code Blue advocacy work during the coldest nights in December by providing shelter and meals to the homeless in Lower Bucks County in partnership with AHTN, Advocates for the Homeless and Those in Need.

Dedicated to pursuing justice in every aspect of our lives, we teach our children and are guided by our commitment to create a world in which all people experience justice and compassion. We will continue to focus on current issues, such as education, immigration policies, gun safety as well as criminal justice reform.

We hope you will join us to make a difference in our community. 

Contact Barbara Roth (
Essie Cherkin ( to help us make a difference.

To learn more, click through the links below.



Mon, May 27 2024 19 Iyar 5784