With these unprecedented times, the Project Isaiah campaign required us to change the way that we looked at the traditional food drive. From September 8th-29th, JFS decided to run our very first “virtual” community food drive, the first of it’s kind for us, ending with a COVID-19 safe drive-thru drop off on the 29th.

On September 29th, the community came together, once again, and rose to the challenge to ​help us collect enough food to stock our food bank pantry for the next several months. We are so thrilled to announce that despite the needs being greater than ever (more than double compared to last year), this year’s Project Isaiah campaign has been the most successful food drive we have had in the past 10 years.

“I am thankful to the Jewish Food Bank because I get fresh, healthy, good-quality food that lasts for over a week. Every time I walk into the food bank, I see appreciation and respect.” – Charlie