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Fighting Hunger

TBT Community Garden

For the last seven years our Mitzvah Garden volunteers have grown hundreds of pounds of fruits and vegetables that we have donated to Hopelink to fight hunger on the Eastside.

Each year we begin planting in April and harvest our crops through September. Our volunteers also help other congregations to do the same and we are currently partnering with three other charity garden projects. We also glean apples and pears from neighborhood fruit trees in the fall. In total, last year we donated over 1,000 pounds of food that went straight to the dinner tables of hungry local families.  A typical seasons crops include tomatoes, peppers, broccoli, cabbage, garlic, beans, herbs, potatoes etc.

 

TBT Community Loaves

Volunteer bakers bake bread for donation to food banks, shelters and pantries. Visit Community Loaves to learn more about this wonderful opportunity. 

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TBT Community Neighborhood Pantry

TBT now has a free pantry located at the entrance to our building to distribute free food to anyone in need.  This gives our community the opportunity to fill gaps in our food system by providing 24/7 access to free food.

Thu, October 28 2021 22 Cheshvan 5782