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Impact the world with Hillel at Binghamton's award-winning Tzedek (charity/volunteer) programming. Hillel at Binghamton is a campus leader in the areas of social action, service, advocacy and education on a wide range of contemporary issues. Hillel provides a range of short and long term volunteer opportunities and raises awareness about a variety of issues from the needs of Broome County to those in distress in Darfur.
Fall 2011 Flood Relief
On September 7-9, Broome County received several inches of rain, causing the worst flooding in over 30 years. Entire neighborhoods in Binghamton, Endicott, and Owego, among many others were under several feet of water, forcing thousands of people out of their homes - some permanently. Since then, members of Hillel have engaged in several flood relief efforts, working with affected members from the Jewish community and residents of the greater Binghamtom area, as well as with organizers from the local community.
During Winter or Spring breaks, HIllel at Binghamton brings students to underserviced communities around the country, providing both a fun and eye-opening experience. In the past Hillel at Binghamton has taken students to places including New Orleans and Miami to do a variety of work spanning from painting and repairing homes in New Orleans' lower ninth ward to tutoring and mentoring children at a Boys & Girls Club in Miami.
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