2016-11-09 / Columns

JFCS Holiday Food Sort packs 17 truckloads for area families



The JFCS High Holiday Food Sort sponsored by WCRE welcomed 170 volunteers who helped pack and sort 17 truckloads of food collected by local synagogues and organizations. The food is now on JFCS pantry shelves and available for the over 250 families who use the JFCS Betsy and Peter Fischer Food Pantries each month. Jason Wolf, (top), WCRE Food Sort Sponsor, and wife Leah helped build boxes for the transport of the food to the JFCS Betsy and Peter Fischer Food Pantries. Among the many who joined them were (bottom, from left), Keith and Hope Morgan, JFCS Board president; JFCS volunteer Louise Katz, and JFCS Director of Volunteers Andi Loew. The JFCS High Holiday Food Sort sponsored by WCRE welcomed 170 volunteers who helped pack and sort 17 truckloads of food collected by local synagogues and organizations. The food is now on JFCS pantry shelves and available for the over 250 families who use the JFCS Betsy and Peter Fischer Food Pantries each month. Jason Wolf, (top), WCRE Food Sort Sponsor, and wife Leah helped build boxes for the transport of the food to the JFCS Betsy and Peter Fischer Food Pantries. Among the many who joined them were (bottom, from left), Keith and Hope Morgan, JFCS Board president; JFCS volunteer Louise Katz, and JFCS Director of Volunteers Andi Loew.

Return to top