Voting is now open for the Mitzvah Day Awards 2019, in partnership with the Jewish Chronicle
2019 saw an incredible array of projects from all around the globe and we received a record number of nominations for our annual Mitzvah Day Awards Event.
There are five wonderful shortlisted nominees for each award – all you need to do is to select your favourite from each category and then submit your vote. Please note that you can only vote once for each category. Voting closes at midnight on the 31st of January.
Simply click here to cast your vote
The finalists for 2019 are:
Outstanding Mitzvah Day Award
- Mill Hill United Synagogue
- Golders Green Synagogue
- St Albans Masorti Synagogue (SAMS)
- Newcastle Jewish Community
- Jewish West Midlands
Outstanding Mitzvah Day Interfaith Award
- Indian Jewish Association (IJA)
- Eccles Mosque
- Northwood United Synagogue
- Garnet Hill Hebrew Congregation
- Spanish and Portuguese Holland Park
Outstanding Youth Mitzvah Day Award
- Clore Tikva
- Jewish Council for North Central Florida
- North Walney Primary School
- South Hampstead High School
International Outstanding Mitzvah Day Award
- Adat Ari El
- Mitzvah Day Australia
- Mitzvah Day Brasil
- Mitzvah Day Lazos Latam
- Jewish Reform Congregation Shirat Ha-Yam
Mitzvah Day Going Greener Award
- Dublin Jewish Progressive Congregation
- The Friends of Harrow Weald
- Kingston Liberal Synagogue
- Kol Nefesh Masorti Synagogue
- Winchester – W Carver Active Group
The Mitzvah Day Awards evening is our chance to come together and celebrate the amazing Mitzvah Day projects that happened in 2019 and the incredible volunteers who gave up their time and put in so much effort to bring people of all faiths and backgrounds together through Jewish-led social action.
The winners will be revealed on the evening of Tuesday 11th February and tickets to attend the event have now been released.
To attend the 2019 Mitzvah Day Award Evening click here
Entry is free – all we ask is you bring an item or two for the charity FEAST, to help with their incredible work providing access to regular meals for those suffering food poverty. FEAST are looking for reusable plastic containers (eg butter tubs/hummus pots), jam jars, sugar, flour, spices, herbs, stock cubes, condiments such as soy sauce, oil, butter and margarine.
We would like to thank everyone who submitted a nomination and are sorry that we couldn’t shortlist them all.