Kosher Food Pantry Steps Up
by Arlene Fine
Even though they don’t wear hazmat suits or N95 masks, a stalwart team of Kosher Food Pantry (KFP) volunteers is on the front lines.
Six days a week KFP volunteers are either sorting, packing or delivering food to underserved members of the community. Volunteers wear protective face masks and gloves, practice social distancing, and participate in a contact-free packing and delivery process.
Beachwood High School students Rachel and Joelle Rosenthal are geared up to deliver much needed groceries to a senior housing complex.
(L) Rabbi Noah and Chaya Leavitt packed bags of food for struggling Cleveland families.
(R) Ben Katz prepares to pack and deliver bags of food to seniors and shut-ins.
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FUCHS MIZRACHI DAY SCHOOL
Shout out to the parents, children and staff of FUCHS MIZRACHI DAY SCHOOL who organized THREE events benefitting Kosher Food Pantry.
The parents’ council ran a school-wide scavenger hunt at Heinen’s. Mizrachi organized a drive for bags of toiletries. The 4th grade packed 180 bags of groceries, Chanukah candles, chocolate gelt and homemade cards for our shut-in seniors. Hats off to Fuchs Mizrachi!
at 2004 S. Green Road.
Please bring a photo ID and shopping bags.