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A mitzvah literally translates into "commandment," but it also means a "righteous act."  For the Jewish community, doing a mitzvah means doing the right thing.

Tyler, TX has no shortage of wonderful non-profits that support our community.  Many members of Beth El are involved in these local organizations, and we want to share a partial list on this site.  Please consider supporting these non-profits through volunteering and/or financial assistance.  

In no special order, below are some non-profits that our members support with their time and resources:

Tyler Day Nursery
PATH (People Attempting To Help)
Samaritan Counseling Center of Tyler
Hospice of East Texas
Habitat for Humanity
Meals on Wheels
East Texas Food Bank
East Texas Crisis Center
UT Health Northeast
Champions for Children
Discovery Science Place
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)
Cancer Foundation for Life (FitSTEPS for Life)
Humane Society of East Texas
Komen Tyler
Literacy Council of Tyler

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