In honor of World Kindness Day on November 13, 2020, we dedicated our first Little Free Pantry with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, featuring CBI’s Rabbi Silvers and Ebenezer Church’s Pastor Brown at the historical Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church.
CBI is now able to help feed the community all year long in addition to our annual Thanksgiving Feed the Community event.

Its name says it all – it is a Little Free Pantry – a beautifully painted pantry box filled with non-perishable goods for members of our community and is in loving memory of CBI Member Lori Hodges Sklar from her parents’ Foundation.

We need your help to keep it full. We are currently collecting the following items:
Canned Ravioli and Spaghetti • Canned fruit • Plastic bags • Canned soup • Boxed Macaroni & cheese • Tuna fish or Chicken canned or cellophane bags •
Salmon canned or cellophane bags • Cereal • Peanut butter • Spaghetti/penne/elbow • Canned Sardines • Rice in boxes • Ritz Crackers • Jelly • Cereal Bowls •
Individually wrapped cookies • Individually wrapped cakes • Shelf milk • Small bags of chips • Tomato sauce • Sunflower butter • Canned Vienna Sausages •
Bars of soap • Toothpaste & Toothbrushes • Washcloths • Small boxes of cereal • wrapped disposable utensils • Individually wrapped breakfast bars/granola bars •

Donations can be dropped off every Monday from 9:30 am – 11:30 am in the bin in Admin Circle.

You can also order items directly from our Amazon wishlist by CLICKING HERE

If you would like to sign up to take collections directly to the pantry, please contact Andrea Cannon.

For any additional questions, please contact Minda Shaiman.

Order Collection Items and Send Directly to CBI

View the KFCJ Wishlist and Order on Amazon Smile for delivery to CBI


Questions? Contact Minda Shaiman, Social Action/Special Projects Manager at or
561-241-8118 X 119 or Andrea Cannon, KFCJ Chair at

The Kantor Family Center for Justice will once again be organizing collections to serve our community that would otherwise go without.
You can purchase collection items through our Amazon account and directly ship to “Congregation B’nai Israel Inc.”

KFCJ Social Action/Social Justice Committee – Brit Olam

We are organizing a KFCJ Social Action/Social Justice Committee to volunteer on initiatives designated by the Religious Action Center, as we are a registered Brit Olam Congregation. A Brit Olam Congregation commits to acting together to create a world in which all people experience justice, compassion and wholeness. Please contact Andrea or Minda if you are interested in helping to create this important volunteer work.