Each year, the Jewish community comes together to support Project Isaiah, a community-wide food drive that provides nutritious, non-perishable food for those in need.

This campaign is vital in keeping the Jewish Food Bank stocked throughout the fall and winter seasons. It runs from the end of August until September 25.

Get involved by picking up a Project Isaiah bag and filling it with non-perishable food. The bags can be dropped off where you originally picked them up or at one of the other participating organizations. All bags will be collected on September 25.

Participating organizations:

Beth Israel Synagogue
Beth Hamidrash Synagogue
Beth Tikvah Synagogue
Chabad Richmond
Shalhevet High School
Har El Synagogue
Ohel Ya’akov Community Kollel
Or Shalom Synagogue
Schara Tzedek Synagogue
Temple Sholom Synagogue
Richmond Jewish Day School
Vancouver Talmud Torah School
King David High School
White Rock South Surrey JCC
Burquest Jewish Community Association
Vancouver Hebrew Academy School
Hillel House UBC

You can also donate directly to the Jewish Food Bank.

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“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

Below is a poster with healthy products our food bank often runs short on. Download the poster here.

For more information:

Please contact Marnie Greenwald at (604) 257-5151 ext. 1-230, or mgreenwald@jfsvancouver.ca, or Sara Ciacci at (604) 325-4810.