Happy Monday! Below, check out your weekly dose of inspiration and service-related links from around the web.

  • The Forward reported on the 300,000-strong protest in Israel over social and economic inequalities.
  • The Jewish Week shared a story about how Jewish charity groups are working to preserve aid for the needy in light of looming government budget cuts.
  • The Huffington Post shared an ambitious photo project being undertaken by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum to match pictures of of children with survivors still living today.
  • DNA.info shared a story about an activist/artist who plans to spend one week living and sleeping in New York’s Grand Central Terminal to raise awareness about urban homelessness.
  • The JTA published two op-eds (this one) and (this one) that offer conflicting opinions about the role of tikkun olam in Jewish life. Read them both and decide which one you agree with.