Since I am in the eighth grade at my school, I shall be graduating very soon. Because of this, I won’t be doing much more school sponsored mitzvah projects. I have done many over the years, such as River Garden, Mt. Herman, Mt. Carmel, the cemetery clean-up, Katz 4 Keeps, Feeding America, cleaning up Crown Point, and many more. One thing that we do for my karate annually is a car wash. We use the money that we get to go skating at the Skate Station. What we can do to change that karate project into a school mitzvah project is instead of using the money on ourselves, we can send the money to a charitable organization. You can’t really do this in winter because it would be too cold. But near the end of the school year, it is a perfect temperature to do the car wash.

Once I graduate, I won’t be relying on Morah Eta to schedule mitzvah trips, I am going to have to come up with my own and do it. The easiest thing to do is pick up trash whenever I see some on the ground. I already do that and I shall continue to do that small, but important, mitzvah. A bigger mitzvah project I shall be doing is volunteering at Sulzbacher and many other places that will be able to benefit people. I always love doing these types of projects because they make me and other people feel good. It’s a win-win situation and I hope to do this after I graduate. I will also go to River Garden to play the piano for some of the residents there. 

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