Martin J. Gottlieb Day School Students – Learning Through Service to Others

Martin J. Gottlieb Day School is a place where the culture of giving back and community engagement has been cultivated for the past 16 years.

While learning the importance of service to others, the students are leaving their mark on our community. Their activities include visiting hospitalized seniors, delivering food to the Jewish Family and Children Services food pantry, working with special-needs students, serving breakfast at Clara White Mission, delivering Thanksgiving meals to the Malivai Washington Foundation’s clients, environmental clean ups and more.

The students of Martin J. Gottlieb Day School spend 2-3 hours each week in various community acts of service. While they volunteer as a part of their school’s program they use their own free time in preparation for the various service projects. From senior citizens to special-needs students, many lives are enriched because of the dedication of these students as the student’s lives are enriched through service to others.

The industrious and inspiring students of Martin J. Gottlieb Day School, led by Edith Horovitz will receive the HandsOn Schools Award at Celebrate!GOOD on Thursday, April 19th!


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We inspire, equip and mobilize people to take action that changes the world. As the on-ramp to volunteering in our community, we work with more than 125 local nonprofit organizations to provide opportunities for people to connect to make a difference.
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