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Clothing Drive Drop-off for Ve'ahavta

Sunday, October 24 at 9:30-10:30am in Beth David Parking Lot

  • Men's or unisex sweaters, especially in sizes medium and larger
  • Men's or unisex sweatpants, especially in sizes medium and larger
  • Underwear, both genders and all sizes (MUST be new)
  • Sleeping bags

Please note, all donations should be clean and in usable conditions. At this time, we are NOT looking for formal or business attire, only causal and outdoor-appropriate items.

Social Action Tikkun Olam (SATO)

Our Social Action Tikkun Olam committee helps develop activities to enhance the well-being of our synagogue community as well as the broader community. Our goals include helping to increase awareness and understanding of issues facing us as Jews and as members of the larger community as well as encouraging volunteerism within the synagogue and in the broader community.

SATO programming includes

  • Education and information events that present opportunities to make a difference, such as our Mitzvah Day in November 2019.
  • Supporting charities both in Toronto and abroad.
  • Developing projects that help improve the synagogue’s connection with members.
  • Engaging in interfaith activities.

We are always interested in hearing from members who would like to share ideas or become participants in our programs.

Beth David also has a SATO fund where members can direct donations to help support our programming.

We can be reached at

Allan Sheps
Chair Social Action Tikkun Olam Committee

Mitzvember 2020

Check out the incredible amount of donations we received over the month of November in support of our Mitzvember initiative!

Winter clothing and toiletries in support of Ve'ahavta

Hundreds of cookies donated to Ve'ahavta's Meal Train Programme

This SATO initiative is in support of  Ve'ahavta's Meal Train Programme.   

Click here or on the above image for more information.

Sunday Drop-In

Online Drop-in
Sundays, 10-11:15am 
An Easy going 75 minutes on Zoom

We don’t teach baking, we don’t discuss books or music, or the parshah of the week, all we do is share our thoughts and connect with one another.  We’ve discussed surviving COVID 19, how the “rules” are set in our families, how life is changing and occasionally we give ideas to one another.  We’re a small group of 10 or so.  People attend when they can, for as long as they can.   Why don’t you check us out?

Facilitated by Allan Sheps, Social Worker, Chair Social Action and Tikkun Olam 

Tue, October 26 2021 20 Cheshvan 5782