In Judaism, mitzvah refers to fulfilling the commandments of the Torah. For people of all faiths, mitzvah has come to represent an act of human kindness.
Whether you’re preparing for your Bar or Bat Mitzvah or at any time in your life, MITZVAH PROJECT app will guide you through identifying interests, goals, people involved, and actions to plan and implement a project that will make a difference.
While MITZVAH PROJECT will be your guide, it will be up to you to wake up each day committed to doing the work, involving others, bringing your project to life, and finally, sharing your MITZVAH PROJECT with others to inspire good deeds across the world.
The MITZVAH PROJECT app was developed on behalf of the Daniel Cantor Wultz Foundation in memory of Daniel Wultz.
From his earliest years, Daniel Wultz loved to do good deeds. For family, friends, neighbors and strangers alike, Daniel regularly embraced opportunities to make a difference for others.
Daniel died on May 14, 2006 -- Mother's Day -- after a 27 day struggle to overcome the wounds he suffered in a terrorist attack.
Daniel was 16 years old.
In honor of Daniel’s life, his parents, Sheryl and Tuly Wultz, created the Foundation to continue their son's passion for living a life that makes a difference to others.
Your good deeds that promote tolerance, acceptance, understanding, faith, and love will help create a better world.