Please note: The Pantry will be closed on the following days for upcoming Jewish holidays. 
Sunday, September 17
Sunday, September 24  
Monday, September 25  
Sunday, October 1 through Sunday, Oct. 8

KFP’s fall fundraising campaign is in full swing and there’s no better time to give tzedakah (charity) to help those facing food insecurity. Please DONATE so we can continue to provide food for nearly 6,000 people every month. Along with regular food distributions, special holiday foods and items like chicken, apples, honey, Jewish calendars, and Yizkor candles are given out. Your generous support is needed to continue these efforts. We appreciate every one of our donors and volunteers! Wishing you a happy, healthy, sweet new year!

KFP Is a One South Euclid Hometown Hero!

Cleveland Kosher Food Pantry was nominated and selected as a Hometown Hero, part of One South Euclid's annual program. One South Euclid is a non-profit community development effort, and the goal of the Hometown Heroes initiative is to identify and honor local people and organizations who significantly contribute to the community. Thank you for this recognition, One South Euclid! By serving as a critically important resource for those in the area who face food insecurity, KFP plans to continue to help make South Euclid such a vibrant, thriving city.

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Food Donations

We gladly accept unopened packaged or canned kosher, non-expired, non-perishable foods to distribute in our community. Drop-off times are Mondays-Thursdays from 9:00 AM-3:00 PM. Items can be left outside if in a closed bag or box.

The Cleveland Kosher Food Pantry was established over 40 years ago by Devorah Alevsky’s parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Zalman Kazen, as part of their efforts to help Russian Jews settle in Cleveland through the Semach Sedek Russian Immigrant Aid Society (RIAS).

The Cleveland Kosher Food Pantry Advisory Board is co-chaired by Muriel Weber and Chuck Whitehill.