So Many Donations of Food, Labor, and Money in October and November! Thank You!

The list of contributors to the Food Pantry has grown too long to put on our home page. We wish to thank everyone who has given time, food, or cash these past months.

We received grants and corporate cash donations from these organizations:

Bridge Club 750 and ABXC
Ewing & Associates, Sotheby's
National Charity League
Knistrom Foundation
Granada Hills Women's Club
Global Sports Development (bicycles for the toy drive)
43 Church of Christ, Woodland Hills
R. D. Ford Foundation
Prince of Peace Episcopal, Woodland Hills
Kol Tikvah Temple
Zurich American Insurance Co.
deToledo High School
Market Street Escrow

These organizations and groups donated food and labor

Serrania Elementary School (Dropped of on Friday 11/18)
Justice Elementary (Over 2000 bags from this location on Friday 11/18)
Pomelo Elementary (11/17 afternoon)
Winnetka School (11/19 with Terry)
Keller William Reality Calabasas(Pick up on 11/23)
Marcus & Millichap (Pick up the donation on 11/21)
Woodland Hills Community Church (11/21)
Nordstrom Topanga (Dropped off 11/18)
Ivy Academia (Dropped off 11/17)
National Notary Association
Children's World
Breakthrough Fitness
Woodland Hills Academy
1st American Home Buyers
Agoura Hills (Rich Poppenberg)
Valley Beth Shalom - Mitzvah Day donation
Keller Williams of Calabases
Mom's Club of Woodland Hills
Pink Cake Trust
Viewpoint School
Serania School
DC Collectives
Nobody Hikes in LA
Invitemanager Company of Calabasas
Xplosiive Fit -- 100 grocery bags of food and Ralph's gift cards

These many contributors have a significant impact on the work of the Food Pantry. We thank you all for what you have given.

Kol Tikvah Food Drive

The Kol Tikvah temple held a food drive Sunday, October 9. They collected an amazing amount of food (274 boxes)! Some of the activity is shown on the home page slide show. Carol and Herm Fischer coordinated the drive (Herm is the Pantry Board Vice Chairman). Samantha Duenas and Rabbi Jon Hanish provided leadership and support. A warm thank you to them and to all of the Kol Tikvah volunteers and workers.

Scout Troop 22 to Renovate Pantry Work Area

Josh Matalski, a member of Scout Troop 22, will manage an Eagle Scout project to renovate the sink and counter area used by the Pantry and Prince of Peace church. The Troop 22 scout masters have volunteered their time and carpentry skills to do the demolition, clean up, and installation of a new sink and food preparation area. Our thanks to Josh Matalski and to Troop 22 for their commitment to solving a long-standing need in a much used facility.