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Weinberg Service Initiative:

Volunteer Opportunities for Gemilut Hasadim, Acts of Loving Kindness

Below, we have provided ways to perform mitzvot while remaining within our spheres of safe social engagement. If you have questions about any of our Gemilut Hasadim activities, please contact Cheryl Snyderman, csnyderman@chizukamuno.org.

Coming Up

Yom Kippur Food Drive

Monday-Friday, October 3-7, Food Bins inside

Sunday, October 9 10 a.m.-noon, outside of the Chapel entrance

Each year we fulfill the mandate from the prophet Isaiah, “Is this the kind of fast I desire? … It is sharing your bread with the hungry!” When we hear these words chanted on Yom Kippur we are cognizant that so many in our community are facing hunger. At Chizuk Amuno we strive to provide hundreds of pounds of food to local Baltimore agencies working with those who are food insecure. 

This year, the food collected will benefit the Baltimore County Student Support Network, Maryland Food Bank, and Paul's Place.

A food donation "wish-list": 

Ready-to-eat, shelf stable, microwaveable food items such as Cup O Noodles, Hormel Compleats, canned pasta meals, beef stew, canned fruits, canned meats/tuna, canned vegetables, dish soap, disposable salt and pepper shakers, ketchup and mayonnaise, laundry detergent, macaroni & cheese, metal forks, napkins, paper lunch bags, pasta and sauce, peanut butter and jelly, plastic baggies, plastic ware, rice, stove top stuffing, sugar, tea bags, toilet paper

 

Shredding, eCycling, Professional Clothing Drive, Children’s Book Drive (for grades K-4)Sunday, October 23
9 a.m. - noon

Book Drive: We collect books in new or gently-used condition and appropriate for grades K through 4. Religious books are not accepted.
Professional Clothing Drive: Please donate clean seasonal professional clothing and accessories.
Shredding & eCycling :  $10 contribution for every 5 bags of paper to be shredded.
$10 contribution for a trunk-full of electronic items .View more information here.

Ongoing

Hesed Committee – a sub-committee of our Weinberg Initiative

View more information here.


Haverim


Members of our corps of friends – Haverim – each call a senior a few times per month to check in, catch-up, and stay connected. Would you like to be a Haver?


Greeting Cards


Our Goldsmith and Schechter students have been hard at work supplying us with unique cards to be sent to Chizuk Amuno seniors. If you enjoy writing uplifting, friendly messages, then this is the activity for you!

For questions or to sign up for the above activities, please e-mail hesed@chizukamuno.org or contact Cheryl Snyderman.

Tue, December 6 2022 12 Kislev 5783