Help replenish the food pantry at Cape Cod Synagogue in Hyannis

The pantry at the Cape Cod Synagogue supports congregants, non-congregants and young families through Cape Cod Child Development.

It has been a very difficult winter and supplies need to be replenished on an on-going basis.

The pantry needs:  peanut butter, jelly, cereals, pasta, pasta sauce, juices, canned and dried beans, rice, instant potatoes, hearty soups, tuna, canned salmon and shelf stable milk.  (No perishable items, pork or shellfish products.)

Cash, checks or supermarket gift cards are also welcome!  Checks should be made out to 'Cape Cod Synagogue' with a notation: 'Food Pantry'.

The Synagogue is open Tuesday-Thursday, 10am-4pm and Friday 10am-2pm.

Calling ahead is helpful: 508-775-2988. The Cape Cod Synagogue is at 145 Winter Street in Hyannis.

Thank you for anything you can do to help!

Courtesy of Cape Cod Synagogue.

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