Tikkun Olam - Repairing the world - Community Outreach
Feeding Our Community
The Temple Beth El is participating in a Mitzvah Project designed to supply food to our neediest neighbors.
Currently, we are participating in Produce Packing from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM at Meals on Wheels located at 811 23rd Avenue East. The Food Bank purchases fresh produce for their meal delivery clients. The project involves sorting and bagging the produce. No lifting is required. If you choose to sit, you can sit. For many people, this is the only fresh food in their diet. They very much look forward to receiving it.
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED. I HOPE YOU WILL CONSIDER PARTICIPATING IN THIS WORTHWHILE MITZVAH PROJECT.
When you drive into the Food Bank complex, you will see a single-story building to your right. Enter through the roll-up door.
If this sounds like a project you might be interested in joining, don't hesitate to get in touch with Ken Handelmanm at email@example.com
Previously, we made and delivered over 10,000 sandwiches within Manatee County
TBE is proud to be a part of building our community, one nail at a time. We strive to be an active part of supporting Manatee County and the people who rely on the generosity of others.
Feeding Empty Little Tummies is dedicated to feeding Manatee County’s most needy – homeless and food insecure students – one backpack at a time!
Our Mission: To pack and deliver meals for food deprived children in our community.
Our Vision: To eliminate hunger and meet the nutritional needs of the children in our community.
Our Values: Passion. Integrity. Commitment. Love.