Boulder JCC High Holiday Food Drive

Join us in support of the High Holidays Food Drive, benefitting Community Food Share’s ongoing fight against hunger in Boulder and Broomfield Counties.

Help us support our neighbors struggling with access to food! Your contribution will go directly to Community Food Share, whose mission is “to eliminate hunger in Boulder and Broomfield counties through engagement, collaboration, and leadership.” The High Holidays Food Drive is a collaborative effort of Congregation Bonai Shalom, Beth Ami, Congregation Har HaShem, the JCC of Boulder, Nevei Kodesh, Moishe House, Hillel CU Boulder, and Adventure Judaism. We’re all in this together!

Our community’s help is needed now more than ever. Our neighbors are feeling the pinch of rising costs. The average American household is spending nearly $500 more per month on living expenses than they did this time last year. Groceries prices alone have increased over 13% since last summer, the largest increase since March 1979! As a result, our Feeding Families Pantry has seen a steady 25% increase since January, and many of these people accessing our services are doing so for the very first time.

Your help is needed right now, more than ever. Whether it be a monetary donation or physical donation, your support is appreciated more than you know!

Please donate online at: https://communityfoodshare.fenly.org/drive/boulder-jcc-virtual-drive-22/

About Shari Schnee

Shari Blake Schnee is the Shalom Family and Camp Director at the Boulder Jewish Community Center (BJCC).

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