We always appreciate it when families, schools, businesses and organizations conduct food drives for our Pantry. Students affiliated with Chabad on Campus, Rohr Center for Jewish Life at Washington University collected an enormous amount of non-perishable food and had some fun doing it.
The food was displayed as a Can Menorah in the Olin Library. The sign next to the Menorah said: â€œCelebrate the Season of Giving This Menorah display, constructed out of donated cans of food, will be presented to the Harvey Kornblum Jewish Food Pantry. Every month, the food pantry serves over 7,000 people — of all faiths and backgrounds — who would otherwise go hungry. For more information and to donate visit their website at www.jfcs-stl.org.
The Chabad Student Association thanks the following groups for their contributions: Alpha Epsilon Phi | Alpha Epsilon Pi | Alpha Phi | Kappa Delta | Kappa Kappa Gamma | Pi Beta Phi | Sigma Alpha Epsilon | Theta Xi | Zeta Beta Tauâ€
Checkout this inspiring video featuring our Executive Director, Louis Albert which highlights the personal story of one of the clients in our financial assistance program. This video was featured at the Jewish Federation’s Women in Philanthropy’s recent Soul to Sole event. 650 women attended an elegant, fun, and inspiring event featuring Jane Weitzman, former CEO of Stuart Weitzman shoes, visionary leader, and philanthropist of Jewish causes. People were so moved by this video and the speech given after.
Our chaplains, Rabbi Micah Buck-Yael and Rabbi Tracy Nathan, prepare to deliver Hanukkah gift bags from Jewish Federation Women’s Philanthropy to 200 Jewish residents of skilled and assisted living facilities.
Some of our lucky food pantry volunteers are flying south for the winter! We are in need of short-term (winter) volunteers at the Harvey Kornblum Jewish Food Pantry. We offer a variety of volunteer assignments requiring different amounts of time and we can be flexible in scheduling your hours. For more information, contact Chelsey at 314.513.1674 or email@example.com .
Participate in an online survey for individuals and/or family members with disabilities.
Inviting Individuals with disabilities and their family members to participate in an online community survey.
â€œJewish Federation of St. Louis’ Inclusion Initiative has created an online community survey that focuses on topics around disabilities and inclusion in the St. Louis Jewish community.
The goal of the survey is to collect data on areas of need as well as topics in which the Inclusion Initiative should focus on moving forward with its mission to promote full participation in Jewish life for individuals with disabilities and their families in the St. Louis Jewish Community.
Make this Thanksgiving more than a great meal! Join friends and neighbors for the Olivette Annual Turkey Trot. More than just a healthy start to the holiday, this 5k run/walk is about fun, community, and helping those in need.
Thanksgiving Day November 26. The race begins at 8:30am and starts and ends at Stacy Park
$20 entry fee ($12 for persons under 19) will in-crease to $25 after November 9. All registered participants will receive a long-sleeve t-shirt!!!!
For more information and to register: www.olivettemo.com or call Barb Sondag 983-5200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Awards and Prizes!!!
Awards to the top 3 male and female finishers. Age division awards for male and female participants.
Love to Shop? Our clients need you! Volunteer at the Harvey Kornblum Jewish Food Pantry. Shop the pantry with our clients. Wednesday and Friday volunteers are in great demand. Interested? Call or email Chelsey at 314-513-9386 or email@example.com.