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Mitzvah Projects

Preparing for a bar or bat mitzvah? Consider a Mitzvah Project to support Perlman’s Annual Campaign for Scholarship and help ensure that every camper has the opportunity to experience the life-changing magic of a summer at Perlman.

There are many ways to participate in a Perlman Mitzvah Project:

  • Ask family and friends to donate to Perlman’s Annual Campaign in addition to or in place of gifts
  • Donate a designated portion, such as 18%, of cash gifts to the Annual Campaign
  • Create items to sell (such as jewelry or baked goods) and donate the proceeds to the Annual Campaign
  • Participate in a sporting event and solicit family and friends to sponsor your participation through donations to the Annual Campaign

Contact Mollie to learn more.

Learn about this year’s Mitzvah Projects

Jacob Fisher’s Kippahs for Camp!

Join Jacob Fisher’s mitzvah project, and donate your Kippahs to Camp! For a donation of $18, your kippot can become a part of Perlman’s summer forever.  Donate kippahs from any simcha you and your family would like to share — your binah mitzvot, wedding, or bris.  Jacob can’t wait to make Perlman’s Shabbats a colorful collage of everyone’s history to share!

You can bring your kippot to our all-camp reunion coming up March 4, 2018 (stay tuned for details!), to the camp bus stop, or to any other Perlman event — we even accept them through snail mail! Your kippot will be used by all of our campers for Friday night and Saturday morning services for years to come, and we will integrate them into our Shabbat Family learning!


Support Jacob’s Mitzvah Project here.


Learn about past year’s Mitzvah Projects

Marley Striem’s Backyard Jam Mitzvah Project 

Marley hosted a Backyard Jam benefit by inviting a bunch of friends and family to come play and rock out to live music with her.

She sent out invitations (pictured) to the community as they celebrated with her, raising over $4,000 for Scholarship.

To learn more, check out her website here.

Saul Schindler-Gerendasi’s Bake Sale 

Saul hosted a bake sale in his hometown as his Mitzvah project.

He had a great time involving the local community and sharing his goodies! Saul (pictured) enjoyed adding his name leaf to the Mitzvah tree this past summer.