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PSJC Tzedakah Fair

The PSJC Annual Tzedakah Fair happens each February as part of a morning of learning about Tzedek (justice) and Tzedakah. Our 6th grade Shaarei Mitzvah, bnai mitzvah cohort, students each choose an organization to research and raise money for. PSJC community members of all ages and their friends bring their tzedakah boxes from home and contribute to a wide range of causes. Read below for organizations supported in past years.

2018 Tzedakah Fair

Sunday, February 4th

Programming begins at 9:30AM, fair runs from 11:00AM - 11:45AM


2018 Tzedakah Fair Organizations Include...

Ali Forney Center

Best Friends Adoption Center

Brooklyn Cat Cafe

Center for Arts Education


Friendship Circle

Gentle Giants

God's Love We Deliver

Good Dog Foundation


Heifer International

Sean Casey

Seaside 4 Therapeutic Riding

2017 Tzedakah Fair Recipients - Over $1800 raised!


CURE: Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy

The Dolphin Project

Heart of Catskills

KidsWalk - Team Caleb

Make-A-Wish Foundation

National Resource Defense Council

Planned Parenthood

Positive Tails

Project Night Night

Sean Casey

2015 Tzedakah Fair Recipients - Over $1200 raised!

Abaana Heart Healers


Camp Homeward Bound

Charity Water

Doctors Without Borders

Girl UP

Heifer International

International Rescue Committee

Jane Goodall Foundation

Kids Walk for Cancer - Team Caleb & Team Toby

Masbia Soup Kitchen

Sean Casey

Smile Train

Soccer for Hope

Stomp Out Bullying

The Hunger Project

Wells Bring Hope

Women for Women

World Wildlife Fund

2016 Tzedakah Fair Recipients - Over $1500 raised!

Aiden Jack Seeger Foundation

American Red Cross, with matching funds pledged to Magen David Adom and Red Crescent Society

Bond Street Theatre

Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS)


Kids Walk for Kids With Cancer: Team Toby and Team Caleb

Masbia Soup Kitchen

Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research

New Hope Resource Center

St. Jude's Hospital for Children

The Creative Center

UJA-Federation of New York

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