Welcome to Baltimore Chesed League- registration for the 2024 season is now closed.
The Baltimore Chesed League (BCL) is a non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating a sense of compassion and community involvement among boys in 5th-8th grade.
Through team camaraderie and an exciting league format, the BCL aims to provide Jewish boys in our community with opportunities to engage in meaningful “chesed-focused” activities, encourage the development of positive middos, and ultimately, help build caring, empathic, and “mentchlich” individuals.
Our mission is to provide these young individuals with meaningful volunteer experiences, instilling values of kindness, leadership, and community service. The league focuses on forming small teams led by coaches, usually parents, to ensure personalized attention and a positive environment for all participants.
At the core of our organization is the belief that teaching young boys the principles of “chesed” (loving-kindness) will not only positively impact the community but also foster personal growth and leadership qualities in each participant. The Baltimore Chesed League is committed to:
Youth Empowerment: We empower boys in 5th-8th grade to become active leaders by providing them with opportunities to engage in meaningful acts of kindness and community service.
Team Building: Teams include seven boys. Coaches, often parents, guide and mentor the teams, creating a positive and encouraging atmosphere. Coaches drive and provide perspective for the participants.
Limited Spaces, Meaningful Impact: Space is intentionally limited to ensure each participant has a significant and impactful volunteer experience. Our aim is to create lasting memories and lessons for these young individuals.
This year, our season runs from February 25 to April 7. The season finale banquet will be on April 14. Each week, every team will participate in one team activity assisting one of the local Chesed organizations.
To create a team, please contact .
If your son is already on a team, please complete .
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Who is the Baltimore Chesed League for?
The Baltimore Chesed League is specifically designed for Jewish boys in 5th-8th grade who are eager to learn about kindness, community service, and leadership in a supportive and team-oriented environment.
How are teams formed in the Baltimore Chesed League?
Teams are formed by coaches, usually parents, with each team consisting of seven boys. This allows for personalized attention and a strong sense of camaraderie among team members.
To create a team, please contact
Why are spaces limited?
Space is limited to ensure that each participant has a meaningful and impactful volunteer experience. We believe in providing quality opportunities for personal growth and community service.
What can boys expect from their experience in the Baltimore Chesed League?
Participants can expect to have a positive and enriching experience as they engage in various acts of kindness, learn about different organizations in the community, and develop leadership skills that will serve them well into the future.
How does the Baltimore Chesed League prepare boys for leadership roles?
Through team activities, community projects, and mentorship from coaches, we aim to instill leadership qualities in each participant. Our goal is to nurture a sense of responsibility, empathy, and a commitment to making a positive impact on the community.
We invite boys in 5th-8th grade to join us in this exciting journey of kindness, community service, and personal growth. Together, we can shape future leaders who will contribute to creating a better and more engaged community.