Foodbank Volunteer Day

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On Sunday, January 29, the Sunday school children joined Sisterhood members to help out at the foodbank. Together with other community volunteers we packaged 1860 pounds of Pinto beans and about 1000 pounds of granola.

The kids were beaming with pride and everyone felt to have experienced a meaningful Sunday morning. Sisterhood helps at the San Francisco foodbank every last Sunday of the month.

About Gabriele Lange

Multi Media Consultant in SF Bay Area WebDesign at City College 2008-2011 Professional Photographer since 1998 Lived in Berlin, Germany between 1987-1994
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2 Responses to Foodbank Volunteer Day

  1. Bonnie Gratch Lindauer says:

    This activity is a congregational one, not just a Sisterhood activity. Everyone is welcome. Next month, for example, there will be several young men from the Jewish fraternity at San Francisco State University joining our B’nai Emunah group.

  2. Having a likeable group of B’nai Emunah members all cooperating makes a routine task so much
    more fun than it sounds. It makes you feel useful and moral to help hungry folks. The intergenerational aspect of working with youngsters gives me a lot of respect for pre-teens and
    teens. Chaya Roberts

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