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Tikun Olam // Social Action


Donate Non-Perishable Food. Top items needed: Gluten-free items — Pasta, protein bars, cereals, etc. Also needed — Canned vegetables, crackers, canned soup, canned fruit, cereal, pasta sauce, granola bars, tuna, salmon. Drop-off bins are located at the Asper Campus near the security desk. For more information visit


Donate Non-Perishable Food. Top 10 Items Needed: Canned fruit, canned soup, canned stew, canned tuna, canned vegetables, pasta, pasta sauce, rice, peanut butter, baby formula, baby food, instant oatmeal. Drop-off bins are located at the Asper Campus near the security desk, & at locations across the city. For more information visit


Sisterhood is collecting items and donations for Willow Place as part of a social action project initiated by Intercontinental Region of Women’s League for Conservative Judaism (WLCJ).
Please consider participating in this worthwhile project.
We are accepting monetary donations as well as the following items:

  • Diaper Wipes, Baby Powder, Baby Shampoo, Diaper Cream
  • Baby Blankets, Bibs, Bottles, Teething Toys, Infant Toys
  • Diapers (any size), Swimmers and Training Pants (pull-ups)
  • Infant Wash Cloths and Burp Pads
  • Baby Foods: Jars, Squeeze Packages, Dry Cereal, Crackers and Cookies
  • Infant Onesies (short and long), Socks, Hats

A bin is set up at Temple Shalom for you to drop items off. The project will end June 30, 2024.
Contact: Gloria Cantor, leave a message at SZ 204-452-3711 or email to make your donation.

Thank You Sincerely,
SZ Sisterhood
Sandy Polanski, Louise Raber and Gloria Cantor


Donate gently used and new winter clothing items for children, teens, and adults. Items needed: Coats (with working zipper), boots, ski pants, toques, mitts, scarves. If used, please ensure they are clean. 

If you are interested in getting involved in Tikun Olam activities at Shaarey Zedek, please reach out to Tamar Barr, Engagement and Education Director, at 204-452-3711 or

Fri, 12 July 2024 6 Tammuz 5784