Photos 2022

The Leo Baeck Centre for Progressive Judaism

Attach a cord of blue to your tallit, carpool to donate blood (or plasma); make greeting cards to brighten someone's day, and/or cook muffins to feed the hungry.

Canterbury Hebrew Congregation

We helped in the storage facility of The Christchurch Aunties. This is an organisation which helps women and their children who have had to leave abusive situations and find somewhere safe to live. We helped to sort out and shelve things that have been donated and also wrap presents. Some of us donated things such as toiletries and gift wrapping paper we have purchased and bringing things donated by other members of the Jewish community.

Mazon Australia and BBYO

Mazon Australia and BBYO cooked Spag Bol and cookies for the Kehilat Nitzan food van.

B'nai B'rith Hakiba Unit

Bnai brith unit akiba worked at the warehouses preparing goodies for women fleeing violence. Akiba has been supporting this cause for several years now and it is close to our heart.

Kehilat Nitzan - Food Hampers for Women's Refuge

Women's group making grocery hampers for women at a refuge in St Kilda.

Kehilat Nitzan - Feed the homeless and disadvantaged

Distributing food parcels to people living on the streets in St Kilda and also distributing bags of prepared and warmed food as well as toiletries in Alma Park to the disadvantaged in the area. The bags include bagels, fresh Woodfrog bread, pasta bolognese, pasta with veggies, ratatouille, roast chicken, Frankfurts, salads, rice, egg sandwiches, muffins and cookies, and fresh fruit. All the food is Kosher. As well as giving out food, we focus on chatting with the guests who come to the park and giving them our full attention and interest.

Habonim Dror Perth

Little Things for Tiny Tots Helping Little Things for Tiny Tots sort and pack baby boxes, which will assist families with new-born babies

North Shore Temple Emanuel

We collected items needed for Mummies Paying it Forward as well as made beaded bracelets.

In One Voice 2022

With One Aim - Community Groups Expo At the core of the In One Voice Festival is the "With One Aim" Community Groups Expo and we are so happy to see its return after two years away due to COVID related changes. The In One Voice Community Expo enables community groups to promote their services and spread their mission. It showcases the remarkable richness of Jewish community life, and offers those attending In One Voice the opportunity to get to know what the community offers.

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