Mon, Jul 12 | Congregation Beth Israel

The Sixth Annual CBI High Holiday Dignity Drive 2021

The High Holidays are just around the corner and we will once again be beautifying our Bimah and Sanctuary with g’milut ḥasidim – acts of loving kindness.
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The Sixth Annual CBI High Holiday Dignity Drive 2021

Time & Location

Jul 12, 10:00 AM – 10:39 AM
Congregation Beth Israel, 425 Summit Dr, Greenville, SC 29609, USA

About the Event

כְּבוֹד הַבְּרִיּוֹת or Kavod HaBriyot refers to the Jewish concept of “dignity.” It is the honor due to all of God’s creations. To support this ideal, we will be decorating our sacred space by uplifting the dignity of those less fortunate than ourselves. 

This year our drive is to help the victims at Safe Harbor. Safe Harbor is an organization committed to providing services and programs to help victims of domestic violence and their children.

Starting now,  we are collecting the following items that will be donated to the Safe Harbor organization.  

•          Ladies Pajamas- sizes small-plus ( the larger sizes are the ones we rarely get)

•          Pajamas for older boys (ages 13-17)

•          Jackets for girls, boys, and ladies- All sizes

•          Shampoo & Conditioner

•          Disposable Razors

•          Rejuvenation Gift Bags

                body scrub or face mask

                nail care items

                lotion

                journal/pen

                scented plug in (we can't use candles due to the fire hazard)

                ear buds

•          Medication (adults, children, and infants)

                  Cold/Flu  (cough drops, cough syrup, Dayquil, Nyquil, Theraflu)

                   Pain reliever (Tylenol, Aleve, Motrin)

Please bring as much as you can to the office at synagogue so we can add them to our display. Clean out your closet, make a trip to Costco, or just add a few extra items to your cart each time you go to the supermarket.

                                                      Bring your גְּמִילוּת חֲסָדִים G’milut Hasidim, acts of loving-kindness!!!

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