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High Holy Day Food Drive

“When you are asked in the world to come, ‘What was your work?’ and you answer: ‘I fed the hungry,’ you will be told: ‘This is the gate of the Lord, enter into it, you who have fed the hungry’” (Midrash to Psalm 118:17).

Each year during the High Holy Days, our congregation generously donates food to a Westchester-based organization, serving individuals in need. This year, all food collected will be donated to the Pleasantville Interfaith Food Pantry. The Pantry serves individuals from local communities who are the truly needy: elderly singles who can’t pay Westchester rents; disabled men and women with little disability insurance with families to feed; mentally impaired individuals; mothers and children fleeing from abusive situations; families in which parents were “temporarily” laid off who have now used up what little savings they had. And this year the needs are greater than ever with so many individuals and families affected by the pandemic and economy.  The Pleasantville Pantry donates any overflow to other pantries that are in need of donations.  

PLEASE FILL YOUR BAG(S) AND RETURN TO TBE ON YOM KIPPUR
 OR SEPTEMBER 14 or 15


We will have a truck in the parking lot on Yom Kippur for dropping off the filled bag(s), if dropping off earlier, leave in bins near lobby entrance.

The following items are needed right now:

Cereal and oatmeal     Legumes (in bags and cans)
Canned Fruit       Canned spinach, peas, corn, potatoes, etc.
Chicken broth (esp. low sodium)    Nuts
Soup (esp. low sodium) Parmelat and powdered milk
Canned tuna, chicken, sardines Jarred spaghetti sauce
Pancake mix & syrup Healthy snacks
Cooking oil Pasta
Coffee (regular and instant) Mac n Cheese
Rice (in bags and boxes)    

Please check expiration dates.
The Pantry cannot accept expired food.

Mon, October 25 2021 19 Cheshvan 5782