Volunteer Opportunities

Looking for a great way to help out in your community and earn some much needed Community Service hours for High School/B’nai Mitzvah Project? Check out our postings on a regular basis as they’re always being updated.

Current Opportunities:


More opportunities starting in September!


Past Opportunities:

Save a Child’s Heart Dance-A-Thon

On May 7th Beth Tzedec Congregation, Beth Sholom and Stand with Us are running a Save A Child’s Heart Dance-A-Thon to celebrate Yom Ha’atzmaut. The entire family is invited to vibe, groove, dance and move for Israel while at the same time giving back! Leading our party will be our AMAZING Shinshinim and Megan Boys Entertainment with a celebrity guest from the hit show The Next Step. There will be a raffle with TONS of amazing prizes at the event and even more prizes that will be given to our best dancers! Dairy dinner will be served. The event will take place at Beth Tzedec and run from 5-9pm.


*We are looking for a bunch of middle-school and high-school volunteers to help add ruach (spirit) to our party – please message Simmi Toby at SToby@beth-tzedec.org if you are interested in volunteering, We would greatly appreciate your help!*


Beth David Yedidim:

Looking for a few volunteers for a fun, outdoor Yedidim program on Saturday January 14th after Shabbat. Please email lauren@bethdavid.com ASAP if you are interested! Volunteer hours will be issued upon request.


Volunteer Opportunity With Beth Tzedec!

Join us for our Annual Family Fun Day: Hanukkah Edition on December 25 from 10:00am-2:00pm

Duties include:

  • Bouncy castle supervision
  • Craft supervision and participation
  • Mitzvah Project assistance
  • Registration table
  • Main event coordination
  • Food distribution

Contact Simmi Toby (SToby@beth-tzedec.org) to register and for more information.

Beth Tzedec Student Mentorship Program

The Beth Tzedec Student Mentorship Program partners Elementary School children with High School teens in a positive Jewish environment. Teens and children will be paired up based on social compatibility, subject matter and activity preference.

High School Teens (Grade 9 to 12)

Teens have the special opportunity to do something meaningful for their community through the Beth Tzedec Student Mentorship Program. This program will allow each teen mentor to develop leadership skills while gaining volunteer service hours. Each mentor is required to attend a peer mentoring training session provided by Beth Tzedec. Teens will assist elementary students with their homework in various academic subjects and will develop and direct activities, crafts and sports for children. This extraordinary program full of social development will empower mentors with a sense of responsibility for the youth of their community.

Contact Simmi Toby (SToby@beth-tzedec.org) to register and for more information.

Beth Tzedec

Beth Tzedec’s annual Purim Carnival needs your help! Volunteers are needed Sunday March 12 from 10am-1:30pm.  You’ll help with bouncey castles, food tables, arts and crafts, carnival games and sports games.

Contact Simmi Toby at stoby@beth-tzedec.org for more information and to sign-up!!

Save a Child’s Heart (SACH)

Sunday March 26th from 9:30am-12:30pm at the Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts for their “Save a Child’s Heart Sings 2017” program.

Volunteers are needed to help with running a raffle, giving out stuff animals, doing meet and greet with the participants in attendance, face painting, making balloon animals and more!

Contact Jessi Birenbaum at jessi@saveachildsheart.ca for more info and to register

Volunteer Opportunity with Out of the Cold!
Join Beth Tzedec as we participate in the amazing Out of the Cold program at Beth Shalom in the winter months on Tuesday nights! We have 1 shift available: 5-7 to serve dinner and clean (open to middle-schoolers as long as an adult comes with).

Dates of shifts:

  • February 28FULL
  • March 21