Social Action

Social Action

At CSS, we are a community of individuals committed to Tikkun Olam — repairing the world.  Compelled by the Jewish concepts to tzedakah, tikkun olam, and mitzvot, we use our collective power to strengthen our communities and make a lasting difference in the world.  There are opportunities to for all members to participate in a wide range of activities.

Beyond the important volunteer work integral to the functioning of the synagogue, many of our members participate in projects to relieve poverty, alleviate food insecurity, protect the environment, and more.  We sponsor many social action projects and partner with other local non-profit agencies to address the needs of our community.

Some of our ongoing or annual events include:

  • Cook-For-A-Friend
  • Sisterhood Baby Shower (benefits clients of Jewish Family and Children's Services)
  • The Mark Savrin and Al Rosenzweig Red Cross Blood Drive
  • High Holiday Food Drive
  • Jewish Relief Agency Day
  • Paper and Cardboard Recycling Program

Click here for a full list of Social Action Projects.

If you are interested in any of our social action projects or have a project you would like us to support, please contact Debbie Hersh in the office at 215-677-1600 or at


Upcoming Social Action Projects:

Spring Cleaning for Older Adults
Sunday, April 30 • 10am-4pm
The Northeast NORC is looking for volunteers to help seniors in our area with simple cleaning and fixing problems that they cannot do themselves.  Do a mitzvah and sign up to be a volunteer for just a couple hours.  Kids and teens are welcome, and this is open for community service credit.
Please contact the Northeast NORC to register at 215-320-0351.
Wed, 29 March 2017 2 Nisan 5777