Teen Philanthropy Movement (TPM)

NCSY’s Teen Philanthropy Movement (TPM) is a social justice initiative designed to educate Jewish teens about the importance of Tzedaka and its impact on society. During a three month intensive program, teen leaders from various schools embark on a campaign of volunteer activities, mentorship, Torah learning and philanthropic education amongst themselves and with community leaders. At the end of the project, the students will present requests for grant money on behalf of selected non-profit organizations.

Teen Philanthropy Movement Empowers Teens for the Second Year


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TPM 2012 Press: The Success of the pilot Year of TPM was featured in The Jewish Journal and The Jewish Press