Tikkun Haolam is a Hebrew phrase that means “repair of the world.”
In modern Judaism, it often refers to the ideals of philanthropy, social service, and community outreach. The Jewish Community Center of San Francisco has a very active Tikkun program, and this Sunday, Oct. 5 they’re organizing a volunteer work effort at the fabulous Alemany Farm in South Bernal.
Sarah Stickel from JCCSF shares the deets:
Hi Bernalwood Neighbors,
Want to do some good for your ‘hood this weekend?
Your fans and friends at JCCSF are coming to YOU this Sunday, 10/5 at Alemany Farm! We welcome everyone to join us on the farm from Noon – 5:00 pm while we lend a hand and help out a local treasure and urban farm that provides tons of free, local, organic produce to local low-income families and beyond. Come get your hands dirty, invite your friends, and take home your own free produce!
For information and to RSVP, visit our website and join us on the farm this Sunday!
Many thanks and best wishes to all you Bernalwood beauties.
PHOTO: Alemany Farm via Alemany Farm on Flickr