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Rockin' Fitness Fundraiser for Indigenous Children

ORAYNU CONGREGATION for Humanistic Judaism

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In honour of Oraynu Children’s School 50th Anniversary!
Celebrate with us and help Indigenous children!

Proceeds will support Oraynu Congregation for Humanistic Judaism and our tzedakah (social justice) project to assist Indigenous children through Native and Child Family Services.

WHEN: Sunday, Oct. 27
(Check-in at 11)
St Andrews Middle School Building
131 Fenn Ave. (Bayview & York Mills) 
Rm. 112

WHO: Adult & teens (13 and up)

WHY: As we turns 50, participate in a fun fitness class fundraiser for Oraynu's anniversary tzedakah (social justice) project which is to support Indigenous kids through Native Family and Child Services!

HOW: Sign up by clicking the "CREATE MY FUNDRAISER" blue button above.  This will direct you to create your own peer-2-peer fundraising web page.  Raise funds by asking your friends and family to sponsor you.  Send them the link or an invitation to your own web page. 

MORE ON REGISTRATION:  Register by raising a minimum of $50 or paying $50 at the door

Rockin’ Fitness Instructor:  Oraynu Past President Louise Sherman.  Louise is both a fitness and dance instructor.

ALL donations are tax deductible—Oraynu charitable registration # 11914 4277 RR0001

Members, school parents and friends of Oraynu are ALL welcome to participate.  You can send friends this registration link: FITNESS FUNDRAISER REGISTRATION LINK

Recommended personal fundraising goal is $100.

There are 2 ways to reach your goal:

  • Raise funds by asking your friends and family to sponsor you.  Send the link to your peer-2-peer page to potential sponsors.
  • A personal donation

Any questions? Contact Fundraiser Team Leader, Rayna Morris at or School Principal, Steve Shabes at

Oraynu Congregation provides all the services required of a caring and diverse Jewish congregation guided by a secular philosophy and cultural approach. We offer an inclusive and welcoming environment. Jewish education at Oraynu Children’s School aims to develop a positive cultural Jewish identity in our students and to help them become strong individuals who are responsible citizens of the world.

Native Child and Family Services of Toronto strives to provide a life of quality, well-being, caring and healing for children and families in the Toronto Native Community. 

For information on Oraynu Congregation, please visit Oraynu Congregation Home Page

For information on Oraynu Children's School, please visit Oraynu Children's School Home Page

For more information on the agency that we are supporting as our 50th anniversary tzedakah (social action) project , please visit Native Child and Family Services Home Page