Coleytown Middle School student Noah Pines, who attends Temple Israel and will soon be celebrating his Bar Mitzvah, which calls on young Jewish men to help repair the world through good deeds.

He's on a roll, as he's looking to sell 250 rolls of toilet paper -- and collect $2,500 -- to help Habitat for Humanity install a full bathroom in one of its homes.

Noah, 13, has already volunteered after school at Long Lots -- assisting the Sports and Homework Club -- but he wanted to make a difference beyond familiar stomping grounds.

In his efforts to help Habitat for Humanity, Noah created an advertisement and canvassed his neighborhood for donations. Now he's looking to raise the remaining funds needed by setting up shop on Main Street near the Westport-Weston Family Y on Sunday. Noah will be greeting passersby, and those coming to buy rolls, or just make a donation, from noon to 5 p.m.