Tikkunolam

Tikkun Olam is a very big idea!

Find your favorite pictures of Tikkun Olam.
Make one of your own!

Madeline
7 years old
Marissa
8 years old
My poster shows a "Fight Famine" app. People who connect to this app will find ways to stop world hunger. When we repair the world, we also connect to others.
Nina
11 years old
I want my poster to remind people that homeless people need our help. We should not just fix broken things, but also help people whose lives are broken.
Avery
9 years old
Everyone has a responsibility to repair our environment.
Chaya Mushka
9 years old
My poster shows a woman lighting Shabbat candles. The Talmud teaches that each Mitzvah adds light to our world and changes it for the better.
Jordan
11 years old
Stella
7 years old
It's Tikkun Olam to make the world more beautiful.
Haidee
12 years old
My poster shows people working as a team to clear away the clouds and paint a rainbow (symbolizing happiness).
Nathaniel
10 years old
The poster shows Jewish and Muslim children hanging out together. The zipper going along the middle represents repairing what divides them.
Amarya
8 years old
At sleepaway camp we visited a nursing home for our mitzvah project. My poster shows an elderly lady smiling when someone takes her out to a beautiful garden.
Sara
8 years old
My poster shows Adam and Eve as our ancestors. If we all come from the same person, why can't we get along?
Eliana
7 years old
The patchwork reminds me of different hungry people. The matzah represents the doors of the ark. On Passover we say, "Let all who are hungry come and eat."
Sophia
9 years old
The world is in trouble - differences in people are breaking it apart. That's the two black cracks. But we can fix the world with trust and peace!
Jonathan
8 years old
I drew pictures of different types of food to give people ideas of what to donate to the homeless.
Halleli
7 years old
Our actions in this world are part of a cycle. On the right, our actions are going up to heaven. On the left, G-d’s gifts are returning down to us.
Ben
9 years old
Jared
9 years old
My guiding values are giving (Tzedakah), family, friendship (Haverim), and mother earth.
Sarah
9 years old
My rainforest collage is made from recycled materials. For my 9th birthday, instead of presents, I asked for donations to the rainforest.
Sebastian
7 years old
If we citizens of the world could replace wars, fights, and guns with love, happiness, peace, friendship, and hope, we could live in a better world.
Aiden
7 years old
Reuven
9 years old
My poster represents 3 interpretations of Tikkun Olam - giving to others, getting along with others and taking care of our environment.
Leora
12 years old
Tikkun Olam is helping our country put its pieces together and helping our world to heal all injuries. By having everyone pitch in, we are bound to have a better world.
Max
10 years old
Meirav
11 years old
My poster is about three people who are trying to raise money for the children who don't have homes, food and clean water and don't get the medication they need.
Elana
11 years old
Grace
12 years old
Fania
10 years old
Brian
10 years old
End global warming, use electric cars. Let's go green! (Notice the green background.)
Noah
8 years old
Lyla
7 years old
When it's bright out, turn the light out! Let the sun light your fun! We can make the world better by saving energy.
Rachel
7 years old
The world would be a better place if our forests were not chopped down. Trees help us to breathe clean air, and animals need them for homes.
Jamie
9 years old
This picture shows me thinking about things we can all do to fix and make the world a better place. Most important is to treat each other well.
Samantha
10 years old
Emuna
8 years old
Abigail
9 years old
Rose
9 years old
Sonya
8 years old
Hannah
9 years old
Yeshaya
12 years old
I thought it was a nice illustration that shows what makes the world run, and how we could fix up the world around us.
Tivana
7 years old
Mayah
9 years old
To fix the world you need to be honest, appreciative, generous and kind -- just like in the books from PJ Library highlighted on my poster.
Jadyn
9 years old
I love wearing winter pajamas and being cozy. I think kids who can't afford pajamas should have the chance to wear them.
Ari
7 years old
I made a poster of friends cleaning up litter at the beach.
Leo
10 years old
The man standing on earth represents all humanity. People need to play their part in opening the glue that will repair our world.
Katelyn
8 years old
Recycling helps our planet. Everyone pitch in!
Sara
7 years old
Danielle
10 years old
Havivah
11 years old
Maya
7 years old
When one person smiles at another person, people feel happy and are more productive in their work and communities.
Sarah
10 years old
Daniel
12 years old
My poster shows some easy things you can do to change the world.
Ethan
12 years old
In my poster the different colors represent the people in the world. When they all come together it creates a whole world. I will help by not tolerating racial discrimination.
Hannah
9 years old
Zachary
8 years old
We should start at an early age by giving more Charity, Heart and Time.
Noa
9 years old
My picture is about fixing a broken world. All of the colors mean working together as a team.
Victoria
8 years old
Molly
9 years old
Danielle
10 years old
Mitzvos change the world!
Molly
10 years old
My poster shows helping hands helping the world. Each image in my poster shows a helping hand.
Leyla
7 years old
Sara
12 years old
The world would be a better place if your ethnicity didn't matter. Everybody would work together as one.
Madison
11 years old
Sara'le
8 years old

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