High Holiday Community Food Drive
During Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, our Jewish community can fulfill the mitzvah (good deed) of remembering those who are in need. We are reminded in the Yom Kippur liturgy to make our fast meaningful by accompanying it with good deeds. This year, there are many opportunities throughout the Greater Washington Jewish community to recognize and support those who are struggling with hunger and food insecurity this season, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federation is pleased to present a list of local synagogues and Jewish organizations offering food and other donation opportunities in honor of the High Holidays. Explore what our community has to offer, and find the opportunity that works best for you.
Adas Israel Congregation, Sixth & i, and Temple Sinai
This year, we will observe the Yamim Noraim (Days of Awe) differently than we ever have before. Though we find ourselves unable to safely gather to usher in 5781, join us for “The Blast,” an opportunity for the Greater Washington Jewish community to welcome Rosh Hashanah and affirm our connectedness as a community with city-wide shofar blasts.
» Friday, September 18 | 5:00 PM
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