Collection Corner

Collection Corner

What we’re collecting now to help others in need!


Donate First Aid Supplies for Many Mansions residents

Now – October 31

On Mitzvah Day, we will be making first aid kits for residents of Many Mansions. Please drop off the following items in the collection box in the office by October 31.
  • Antiseptic Towelettes
  • Triple Antibiotic Ointment Packets
  • Plastic/Fabric Bandages multi-size
  • Hand Sanitizer Packets
  • Gauze Dressing Pads 3″ x 3″
  • Nitrile Gloves

Holiday Dinner Toy Drive – December 1 – 23

We collect new toys and children’s books that will be made available to our guests at the Holiday Dinner on Christmas Day. Drop off new toys and books in the box in the temple office anytime between December 1 – 24.

 


Coats for Casa Pacifica – January 1 – 10

The Coats for Casa collection event collects gently used winter clothes such as coats, jackets, sweaters, hoodies, mittens/gloves, winter hats and scarves to help foster youth at Casa Pacifica stay warm during the chilly months.

 


Mac and Cheese Purim Groggers – January 26 – February 17

Collecting boxes of Macaroni and cheese to be used as groggers at Purim and then donated to Manna Food Pantry.

 

 


Spring Food Drive – March 20 – April 4

Details on the drive will be posted closer to the collection dates.

 


Book Drive for the Westminster Free Clinic – April 6 – May 1

Details on the drive will be posted closer to the collection dates.

 


Summer Lunch Food Drive – May 10 – May 31

Details on the drive will be posted closer to the collection dates.

 

 

 


Year Round Food Collection

The yellow collection bin in the Sanctuary foyer is available everyday of the year to collect your donations.

Please save and donate empty egg cartons as well as non-perishable food. (Egg cartons are used daily to provide safe travel for eggs from Manna to home.)

Donated items are given to Manna – The Conejo Valley Food Bank.

This local food pantry offers free groceries and support services to people whose limited incomes makes it difficult to provide adequate healthy food for their families.

The most needed items are tuna, peanut butter, beans, canned fruits, vegetables, breakfast cereal/oatmeal, and toiletries. No glass containers, please. Food need not be Kosher.

For more information please contact Maggi Salfi at 805-480-3381. Click here to read more about Manna.