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.