The 5 year-old Philadelphia-based TheMitzvahBowl with a local database, has expanded its offerings nationwide.
“Bar and bat mitzvah students throughout the U.S. will now be able to search for a meaningful mitzvah project with our new feature. Additionally, we have jumped on the mobile-friendly bandwagon, ” proclaims Cheryl Friedenberg, President of The Mitzvah Bowl LLC, referring to Google’s recent change in their mobile search algorithm.
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For years, The Mitzvah Bowl has been known to its users as having mostly Philadelphia and surrounding area non-profit organizations publishing their mitzvah projects. Because of the new Google mobile-friendly search requirements, it made a lot of sense for Friedenberg’s website to move forward with a nationwide expansion. With a consistent Facebook, Twitter and Instagram following, themitzvahbowl.com continuously inspires teens by posting about others doing great deeds.
Continues Friedenberg, “The opportunity for 12-13 year olds (and older teens on the hunt for community service hours) to find a project which suits their passion is simple. Just search by your interests or read about other projects via our weekly blog and more ideas page!”
Any bar or bat mitzvah student who cannot find a mitzvah project, should contact directly at email@example.com. Personalized searches give kids the opportunity to discuss their interests, availability and commitment level so that Friedenberg can custom-tailor a community service project fitting with their lifestyle. There is no fee.