Community Of Caring

The Mount Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry

The Mount Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry is an affiliation of faith-based congregations dedicated to providing supplemental food to persons in need in the greater Mount Kisco area. The pantry offers assistance to anyone who resides in Northern Westchester community not already served by a weekly pantry.

Twice each week, the Pantry opens its doors to our neighbors in need. At each distribution, we provide enough nutritious staples for three complete days’ worth of meals.
For more details or to donate: www.mt.kiscofoodpantry.org 

 

THE EMERGENCY SHELTER PARTNERSHIP IS FIRST AND FOREMOST: 

  • Hope and hospitality
  • Neighbors helping neighbors
  • Community members responding to a community need.

The Emergency Shelter Partnership is a community based, interfaith collation of religious and community organizations who have partnered together to provide short term, emergency shelter for those needing protection and a safe place to stay during the months of November to March. We also provide emergency shelter at other times of the year when individuals or families have been temporarily displaced.

In December, Bet Torah for a full week, will host the homeless from dinner until breakfast. Volunteers will be needed to cook or donate dinners, provide breakfast and snacks, stay overnight as chaperones, donate winter hats and gloves, and ensure the feeling of good will we wish to demonstrate to those in need in our community. 

For more details or to donate: www.emergencyshelterpartnership.org  

 

BLOOD DRIVE

Sign up to donate blood and volunteer to help during our next Blood Drive!   Walk-ins always welcome!

Click here to learn how New York Blood Center Works!

Click here for more information on medical requirements, travel restrictions, and for the 16 year old permission form 

Please remember to eat and drink well prior to donating blood.  And please bring a signature or photo I.D.  Your New York Blood Center Donor I.D. card is preferred.

 

Please contact Michele Posner at communityservice@bettorah.org with questions or to sign up.