Thanksgiving is not the only time to be grateful and help those less fortunate than ourselves. CBI is collecting items for our first Spring Feed the Community Food Drive, a great way to nourish your soul by continuing helping others.
CBI is collecting items for our first Spring Feed the Community Food Drive. Families in our community will be invited to Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church on Friday, April 9 to pick up everything needed for a bountiful Spring feast.

Community neighbors that might not have the means, will be invited to Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church on Friday, April 9, 2021 to pick up everything needed for a bountiful Spring feast including: frozen chicken, a bag of groceries filled with everything necessary for a family dinner, plus boxed Subway lunches, drinks and desserts.

To participate, you can either drop off collection items at CBI or make a donation.


We are collecting the following items at CBI:

Canned yams | mashed white potato mix | canned white potatoes | corn bread mix | apple sauce |
canned fruit | desserts (individually wrapped) | Easter candy | bottled water | packaged rolls |
cake or cupcake mix | canned vegetables | boxed macaroni and cheese

You can make a donation to cover a meal for one person, a whole family or become an event sponsor.


Thank you for your continued support
of CBI’s mission of Tikkun Olam!

Larry & Diane Feldman Family
Todd & Hope Blum Family
Neil Wasserman VIP Caterers

Rony & Lisa Keller
Edwin Lurie
Andrea & Jeffrey Cannon
Karen E. Coles
Howard & Sue Goldman
Marilyn Greenberg
Nancy Stein

Steve Allen
Barry Glick
Susan Goldman
Daniel Goldszer
Harry Meran
Roger Pomerance
Stanley Silber
Kenneth Tankoos
Linda Villareale
Peter Weintraub
Alana J. Gordon


 

Congregation B’nai Israel | Feed the Community Video
from Matt Nadel on Vimeo.

For more information, please contact Minda Shaiman,
CBI’s Social Action/Special Project Manager.