Canned foods collected from attendees and a portion of the proceeds of Nosh Fest will be provided to local food banks and pantries serving South Florida’s residents.
The WECARE community outreach program operates a food pantry that provides approximately 3,500 bags of groceries each year to our neighbors in need regardless of race, religion, age, gender or ethnicity. We could not accomplish this important mitzvah if not for the generous donations we receive year round from caring individuals, organizations, schools, synagogues and businesses in our community. Thanks to United Way of Broward County, we are also able to distribute fresh produce to needy people through Project Lifeline. WECARE also collects small toiletry items, provides free medical equipment loans including wheelchairs, walkers and canes, distributes hand-knitted items to nursing home residents, and collects eyeglasses and hearing aids that are sent to New Eyes for the Needy. Donations of toiletry items and medical equipment are very much appreciated.
Goodman JFS has launched The Cupboard – a kosher food pantry with the goal of wiping out Jewish hunger in Broward County. Our whole-person approach starts with food provision through the distribution of nutritious, kosher food clients can pick from in our choice market layout. Our mission is to alleviate hunger in the Jewish community of Broward County by soliciting, collecting, providing and, where necessary, delivering food directly to, and in conjunction with, all the agencies that service this diverse population.
Jubilee Soup Kitchen Provides Emergency Resources and Relief from Hunger & Despair. Jubilee offers a variety of services designed to meet the needs of Broward County residents. Jubilee offers a Soup Kitchen and Social Services: Pantry food,Walk-Around Bag, Personal Hygiene Items, Clothing, Jubilee ID, Legal Aid, DCF ACCESS Partner--Food Stamps and Medicaid, Memorial Healthcare Assistance and Information and Referrals
Temple Beth Emet
4807 S. Flamingo Road
Cooper City, FL 33330