Why We Do It
Children learn about the world experientially.
They learn by interacting with, witnessing, and participating with objects, people and situations. They learn kindness when they see it or experience it. They learn about charity when they are part of the giving. At Brotherhood, we give voice and names to those actions and ideas that are informed by Torah. We incorporate tzedakah and acts of kindness into our daily practice. We take care of our resources, acknowledge them and do not take them for granted. We honor the values, traditions and practices of our heritage by living them and practicing them in authentic ways that make sense to young children.