Tikkun olam calls on Jews to help “mend the world” and, in doing so, to be concerned about the welfare of others, including the feeding, housing and health of all. Jews can help close the gaps in social welfare through giving to the poor and disadvantaged, or to organizations and institutions that support them. Jews can also reflect their values and traditions and create a family legacy by establishing short- and long-term charitable giving goals.
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