Social Action

The Torah and the prophets, as well as later scholars, teach us to have respect and concern for other people and for the natural environment. Within a modern context, social action encompasses ‘tikkun olam’ (repairing the world) which can range from buying fair-trade commodities and protecting the environment to boycotting the products of slave or child labour, and ‘g’milut hasidim’ (deed of loving kindness) which can include supporting the sick and the homeless, and victims of natural disasters and wars. We give on-going support to Brighton Voices in Exile.  In our annual Yom Kippur charity appeals we support a wide variety of charities, local, national and in Israel.

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