To ensure the health and safety of volunteers and community members,
we must adhere to the COVID-19 CDC guidelines.
Masks are required.
Please remain in your car and open the trunk when it’s your turn in line.
Volunteers will place food in your trunk.
(If you are able, please print and place this on your dashboard.)

Friday, January 21
9-11 a.m.

First come, first served while supplies last
Please do not arrive before 9 a.m.

Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Stanley C. Myers Building
4200 Biscayne Boulevard

We thank the following donors who have helped our community fulfill the mitzvah of bringing food to the hungry during this time of great financial distress, when so many individuals and families are experiencing food insecurity:

Joyce Bloch
Himan Brown Charitable Trust
Sherry and Neil Cohen
The Fain Family Foundation
Barbara and Richard Furman
Ellie Ganz, Barbara Black Goldfarb and Norma Kipnis Wilson
Yleana and Yoram Izhak
Katz/Squires Family-Valerie, Michael, Danielle and Scott.
Stuart S. Kurlander and David L. Martin
The Richard and Karen LeFrak Charitable Foundation
Janice and Alan Lipton
Jerry M. Lindzon
Jill Braufman and Daniel L. Nir
Dorothy and Aaron Podhurst
Geraldine Schottenstein
Saul Schottenstein Scrip Program
Jacqueline Simkin
Sol Taplin Charitable Foundation
We are also grateful to those contributors who have asked to remain anonymous.

Farm Share, Inc. is an equal opportunity provider.

Cars will enter through the Federation building’s west gate
from the south on Federal Highway and make a right into the parking lot.

(Cars will not be allowed to make a left turn into the parking lot.)
Once in the lot, bear right to receive food.

If you or someone you know is struggling during the coronavirus pandemic, please call our confidential helpline at 305.576.6550 for guidance. Operated by Federation’s partner agency, JCS, calls are answered 24/7 every day of the year.

Isaac K. “Ike” Fisher, Chair of the Board
Jacob Solomon, President & CEO
Michelle Labgold, Chief Planning Officer
Maayan Blum, Director of Community Planning
Lori Tabachnikoff, Director of Jewish Volunteer Center