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Mitzvah Day 2024

24 November 2024

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Mitzvah Day is the UK’s largest faith-led day of social action.

Over 55,000 people around the world, come together to give our time, to make a difference to the community around us. We introduce people to social action, to their neighbours and to local charities, setting up projects, which address real needs. Jewish-led, we bring together people of all faiths and backgrounds, to volunteer side-by-side, building longstanding, genuine relationships.

Mitzvah Day in Numbers





“…The King was interested to hear of the excellent work of the Mitzvah Day team and in particular your focus on uniting people of all faiths and none for the purposes of social action…..this letter comes with His Majesty's best wishes and hope that Mitzvah Day will continue to be a positive force for interfaith harmony and community service for many years to come.”


“I am delighted to see the Jewish community once again bringing together people of many faiths for a day of action based on social issues. This year’s Mitzvah Day has taken the theme of repairing the earth, and will focus on Loneliness, Hunger and Earth. The day will involve amongst other things, volunteering, donating clothes and reaching out to people who are alone. It is now more important than ever for interfaith work to continue, and Mitzvah day is a fantastic example of faith communities coming together for the benefit of everyone. I send my best wishes to all those involved in the day, for what I know will be a great success.”

Rt Hon Humza Yousaf MSP

First Minister of Scotland

“…The world needs repairing, societies need repairing, mindsets need improvement, and I therefore am grateful to every person and every community who did their bit this Mitzvah Day to contribute towards a better society and a better world.”

Chief Rabbi Sir Ephraim Mirvis

“…The power of Mitzvah Day is that it puts our Jewish values into action. And, as I saw first-hand at JW3, it also helps to create, develop and deepen vital connections both within and across faiths. This work is now more important than ever...”

Rabbi Josh Levy

“This year Mitzvah Day is more important than ever. It is an opportunity for people across all faiths and none to come together in unity to support one another during these challenging times. This day of social action plays a major part in making a positive difference in our communities and strengthening relationships. I wish the thousands of people giving their time to volunteer and take part in this year’s activities, a hugely successful and enjoyable Mitzvah Day.”

Rishi Sunak

Prime Minister

“…I am writing to express my support for Mitzvah Day once again. This year, felt more acutely than previous years, the core values of Mitzvah Day - the belief that through social action and working together, the world can be a better place - shine a light of hope in this time of darkness. Support for local charities makes a tangible difference to our communities through the projects we complete and the relationships we build. In this time of division, pain and anger, Mitzvah Day invites those of all faiths and none to come together to help repair our fractured and grieving world. I urge our places of worship, schools, youth groups and others to build on the good work already being done, and to reach out once more to local charities, to support them hands on, and to reunite with our neighbours in warmth, kindness and friendship. I wish you all the best for Mitzvah Day.”

Sir Keir Starmer

Leader of the Opposition

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