Date: June 3, 2020Time: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Location:  Show map Stamford JCC
1035 Newfield Avenue
Stamford, CT 06905
Contact: Jason SamuelEmail: jsamuel@stamfordjcc.org

Our Community CAN Make a Difference Food Drive

Contactless Drop-Off at the Stamford JCC

Sponsored by Day Camps@The J
The Stamford JCC’s JCares will be holding a canned food drive to benefit the Schoke Jewish Family Service and the Freedberg Family Kosher Food Pantry of Fairfield County. The food pantry serves the Stamford, New Canaan, Darien, Westport, Weston, Wilton, Norwalk and Bridgeport communities.

The pantry has experienced a 500% increase in usage since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis.  It provides Kosher food, household and personal care items, to members of our entire community who are experiencing financial difficulties and are unable to afford these items for their families.

 

Please help us to fill the shelves with non-perishable cans of food or any of these other needed supplies:
All food items donated can be Kosher or Non-Kosher and must have a valid expiration date

Fish: Canned Tuna, Salmon, Gefilte Fish, Sardines, Anchovies

Beverages: Coffee, Tea, Juice (Canned, Bottled, Boxed)

Fruits and Vegetables (Canned, Jarred, Prepared, Instant Potatoes)

Milk (Dry, Evaporated, Shelf-Stable)

Non-Dairy Milk Products: Soy, Almond, Rice and Coconut Milk

Cereals: Boxed Cereals, Hot Cereals, Oatmeals

Rice and Pasta (Boxed, Bagged)

Grains: Breads, Crackers, Cookies, Pancake Mix, Cake Mix

Soups (Canned, Boxed, Bottled)

Sauces: Pasta Sauce, Soy Sauce, Marinades, Ketchup, Mustard

Spreads: Peanut Butter, Jelly, Jam

Cooking Supplies: Oils, Vinegar, Condiments, Sugar, Salt, Spices

Grocery Cards

Personal care items & PPE

Toilet paper, paper towels, tissues

Toiletries

Cleaning products 

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