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SOCIAL ACTION STAPLES: Annual Drives that need Donations

Looking to make a difference in the community? Whether combatting hunger among college students by contributing to local food pantries or collecting feminine-hygiene products to close disparities that lead to loss of school, work, and illness, the Social Action Committee is busy. Crusaders of all ages, including B’nai mitzvah students looking for social-good projects, are welcome to volunteer to help collect and distribute much-needed items. For a look at what’s needed, click here

By teaming with community organizations like Grace, Temple Sinai helps our most vulnerable and underserved neighbors. 

GRACE’s Amanda Block accepted a recent donation of $610 generated by the Temple’s ECEP Challah Club drive. Proceeds helped cover a diaper order.

Community Foodbank of NJ
Temple Sinai partners with CFBNJ in many areas, including feminine hygiene products, college student food insecurity.  Click here to learn more about how to volunteer by reviewing the website or contact Ian Singer
 

Family Promise
Family Promise envisions a nation in which every family has a home, a livelihood, and the chance to build a better future.   Family Promise delivers innovative solutions for family homelessness including prevention, shelter, and stabilization services.  Prior to COVID, Temple Sinai hosted Family Promise families over the summer, providing housing and meals so our partnership has been deep and long-standing.  We continue to work with Family Promise by providing cleaning supplies, food and most recently healthy cooking classes at Sinai.  Contact Lauren Kantor or Courtney Bleifer.
 
Sage Eldercare
Sinai recently started its partnership with SAGE to provide meal delivery support.  An hour a day, a week, or a few times a month adds up to a lot of wonderful support for our elder community.  For more information, contact Marc Hochberg at Sage Eldercare.
 

 
SHIP (Summit Helping Its People)
Sinai members have a long worked with Summit Helping its People to provide meals to local homeless or food insecure residents.  Years ago, cooking and serving meals was a Road to B'nei Mitzvah program's tzedakah service requirement opportunity.  


 
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Tue, June 18 2024 12 Sivan 5784