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Social Action/Tikkun Olam


Once again, we would like to thank the congregation for helping Temple Mount Sinai reinvigorate its social action efforts. Committee members are exploring project ideas and partnerships with organizations who specialize and have programs where Temple can support and participate.

How to Help Migrant Families

El Paso, Texas

Annunciation House

You can help Annunciation House who provides refuge and hospitality to migrants. Donations:

- You can find a list of basic needs for their houses:


Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center

You can help Las Americas who is providing direct legal services to the asylum-seeking parents being separated from their families.

- Donations:


Detained Migrant Solidarity Committee

You can help the Detained Migrant Solidarity Committee who is helping pay immigration bonds that release migrants from detention. This helps them reunite with their families and avoid bail bond lenders.

- Donations: The Fianza Fund at


Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services

You can help DMRS who is providing direct legal services to the immigrant children separated from their families. They need in order of priority:

- Donations:

- If interested to volunteer as attorneys and to help coordinate services for these children, please contact Melissa Lopez at

- Bilingual books, playing cards, crayons and coloring books to distribute at the various sites throughout the region. If interested, drop off items at 2400 East Yandell Drive, El Paso, Texas 79903





If you would like to be a part of the Social Action team or if you have any questions, please contact Darren Brown or Rabbi Ben Zeidman.

Tikkun olam” (Hebrew for “world repair”) has come to connote social action and the pursuit of social justice.

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