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Project Ezra 2021

“Baking is not a small act at all; it’s an act of  love, it’s an act of charity, it’s an act of kindness and compassion. I hold that in my heart every time that I bake — that something as simple as a chocolate chip cookie might mean the world to someone.”

For many of us, the cold weather means it's time to bake, cook, prepare, and provide for those in need through Project Ezra. Project Ezra is an annual shared tradition between Temple Isaiah and Temple Shir Tikvah of Winchester. Each year, we come together to cook, bake, prepare, and package home-cooked meals for over 500 local people in need.

Last year, more people than ever requested meals. This year, our goal is to cook and deliver 525 meals to over 200 households (families, seniors, and veterans) in a covid-safe way. Below are some ways you can help:

• Count and distribute food containers 2 weeks in advance (at Temple Isaiah).

• Be a courtesy caller - call and check in with volunteers to remind them of their commitment one week in advance.

• Prepare food items in your home and package food into containers (containers will be provided).

• Deliver food items to Temple Isaiah on Thursday, December 23 with the balance being deliveredy on Friday, December 24.

• Decorate holiday cards that will be attached to the meal bags (a great activity for families with young children).

• Deliver meals to families, seniors, and veterans in need.

• Make a financial donation here.

To volunteer and sign-up, please visit our Sign Up Genius page.

Questions? Email projectezra@templeisaiah.net.

Project Ezra Planning Committee: Temple  Isaiah: Leah Baigell, Helene Dassule, Audra Hamilton, John Hayes, Rachel Hayes, and Alex Wahl; Temple Shir Tikvah: Dana Ansel, Jenna Barry, Julie Rosenberg

Sat, December 4 2021 30 Kislev 5782