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Community Partners in Action

With each opportunity presented below, we either have an ongoing relationship with the agency or group offering the service (e.g., a long-time Mitzvah Day participant) or we have a congregant contact.

Be sure to also check out our Rodef Sholom volunteer opportunities (Mitzvah Moments):

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10,000 Degrees

10,000 Degrees Academic Success Program trains and places volunteer tutors in Marin County K-12 classrooms with the greatest need. No previous experience needed- just 2 hours a week and a desire to help students reach their potential.  For  more information and an application, click here or contact Ingrid.sigarreta@10000degrees.org

10,000 Degrees Website


Ceres Community Project of Marin
Ceres Community Project of Marin provides and delivers healing meals prepared lovingly by local teens and adult mentors for people undergoing cancer treatment. You can learn more and find a complete listing of volunteer opportunities here, or you may contact Adult and Youth Volunteer Coordinator Susan Parnes directly.

Ceres Community Project Website


ExtraFood.org
ExtraFood rescues excess fresh food from businesses, schools and hospitals and immediately delivers them to organizations that serve our community's most vulnerable people. You can learn more and get involved at ExtraFood.org.

ExtraFood Website


Homeward Bound of Marin
Homeward Bound of Marin is the primary provider of Marin County homeless shelters and services for homeless families and individuals in Marin, California.  To get involved visit their website or email Andrea Rey at volunteer@hbofm.org.

Homeward Bound Website


Jewish Coalition for Literacy
Join the Jewish Coalition for Literacy as a volunteer reading tutor and make a difference in a child’s life.  If you can read this, that means you can help a child who can’t.  In just one hour a week you can help an at-risk child learn to love reading.  Learn more and sign up on their website. 

Jewish Coalition for Literacy Website


Marin Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program
Marin Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program is looking  for volunteers to work one-on-one with abused and neglected  children, many of whom are in the foster care system. CASA  volunteers advocate for "their" child by reporting to the judge  what they feel is in the child's best interests. To learn more, contact Martha Girard at (415) 507-9016 or Martha@marinadvocates.org.

CASA Website


Marin Community Clinic Health Hub Food Distribution
Health Hubs are distributing food to 1000 Marin County residents per week. Volunteers needed at the San Rafael (Wednesdays) and Novato (Thursdays) campus from 11:30 – 3:30 pm. For more information visit their website or email florenciaparada@marinclinics.org.

Marin Community Cliniic Health Hub Website


San Francisco-Marin Food Bank
San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is opening a number of pop-up pantries throughout San Francisco and Marin and they are are looking for volunteer assistance at these pantries. Many of the more than 275 community food pantries have had to close recently due to other COVID-19 challenges — reduced volunteers, loss of a location, or other concerns. Learn more and sign up on their website.

San Francisco-Marin Food Bank Website

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