WES members help repair the world on Social Action Day

On Sunday, April 16, West End Synagogue members spread out across Nashville to work on community service projects. They included the Urban Farm at Glencliff High School that grows vegetables for the Nashville Food Project; Mill Ridge Garden, a Nashville Food Project garden; a Habitat for Humanity build; MNPS H.E.R.O. program, sorting donations for homeless students; Project C.U.R.E., sorting donated medical equipment and supplies for under resourced countries; and meal preparation for Room in the Inn’s downtown campus.

It was raining, but WES volunteers helped build a house with Habitat for Humanity,

Project H.O.P.E. got help from WES members.

Volunteers sort medical devices at Project C.U.R.E.



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