Please note: KFP will be closed for Shavuot
on Sunday, June 5, and Monday, June 6.
We wish everyone a happy holiday!

Looking forward to our annual
Volunteer Appreciation Celebration
on Monday, June 13. More information to come.

Need food assistance?

We’d love to have you!

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DID YOU KNOW?

May is Jewish Heritage Month, 
Older Americans Month, 
National Egg Month, 
and National Salad Month. 

High School Volunteers Pack Passover Items

Four enthusiastic Gilmour Academy high school students helped pack bags of Passover items recently at the Cleveland Kosher Food Pantry. They also took up a collection and made a donation to KFP. The young men, leaders of the school’s Jewish Heritage Club, live in various Cleveland suburbs. As well, Park Synagogue’s confirmation class came to the Pantry to assist with Passover packing and the students were inspired by the experience. 
 
All the volunteers loaded bags with holiday supplies such as boxed matzah, grape juice, matzah meal, a yizkor candle, and a baggie of handmade shmurah matzah pieces. Volunteering at KFP is a great way to make sure our vulnerable neighbors have what they need to celebrate Jewish holidays. THANK YOU, VOLUNTEERS!

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.

Food Donations

We gladly accept cans and packaged kosher, non-expired foods to distribute in our community. Drop-off hours: Wednesday and Thursday, 3 – 5 pm / Sunday 9:30 – 11 am