Call The Mitzvah Food Project's Administrative Office with any questions:
215-832-0509 or by email at email@example.com.
Deirdre Mulligan, Interim Project Manager
Deena Goldstein, Mitzvah Food Project Coordinator
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Protect SNAP for millions of American families.
Call your Senators and Representatives today and tell them to protect SNAP from cuts in the Farm Bill and support amendments to the Nutrition Title to the bill that would restore funding to this critical program. Click here for more info.
High Holiday Food Drive
The High Holiday Food Drive is the Mitzvah Food Project's largest food drive of the year! We need your help collecting nutritious non-perishable CANNED PROTEIN food items (canned beans, nut butters, canned fish) for those in our community who are in need.
Click HERE to Register Your Synagogue or Location by June 14th, 2013!
Click HERE to find out more information about the 2013 High Holiday Food Drive!
Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
The Mitzvah Food Project needs your help!
Over the past five months we have had 27% more clients coming to our food pantries.
Due to this increase, we need additional volunteer support at various pantry locations.
Any help or additional help you could give would mean so much to our clients.
Below is a link to a range of opportunities and our contact information if you can lend a hand.
For current volunteer needs and descriptions click here
The mission of the Mitzvah Food Project is to provide nutritious food and basic staples in a caring and dignified manner to individuals and families in need, and to educate and advocate on their behalf. This mission is supported by an alliance of caring individuals, synagogues and organizations. All pantry locations welcome all who are in need, regardless of race, religion, income, gender, or age.
Send a Mitzvah Food Project Tribute Card or Purchase a Pack of 5
Honor/Pay tribute to someone by sending them a Mitzvah Food Project Card. All proceeds go directly to the Mitzvah Food Project which ensures that people in need in Greater Philadelphia do not go hungry. Purchase one now!