Pounds of fresh produce and dairy products
free masks given out to the public
Chabad CARES (Community Assistance Relief Efforts) was started as a way to help and give back to our community. For those who would like to support these types of relief efforts click donate below, and select COVID19-Community Assistance Relief Efforts (CARE) under Purpose.
We are humbled and grateful to have had the opportunity to serve the community both with Food and Mask Distribution programs. The Food Distribution was in partnership with the USDA Farmers to Families program and local philanthropists, including Jones PR.
As you can imagine, with an event of this magnitude
there are many people to thank.
Thank You to the Coordinator:
Thank You to our Public Officials who joined:
Mayor David Holt, Representative Kendra Horn, State Senator Stephanie Bice, State Senator Julia Kirt, State Representative Cyndi Munson, State Representative Chelsey Branham, OKCPD Lt Wayland Cubit, Village Councilwoman Cathy Cummings, and Village Councilman Adam Graham.
Thank You to the Fabulous Volunteers:
The success of these events would not have been possible without our fabulous volunteers! Unfortunately we did not catch all of their names, but we thank them all from the bottom of our hearts.
They include Brenda Hooper, Sean Cummings, Daniel Aizenman, Noam Bar Yamin, Debbie Robertson, Tanya Brown, Max Federman, Chris Sanders, Gabriel Schulmann, Edie Roodman and Suzie Loveless (Oklahoma Israel Exchange), Kevin Peake, Adam Judkiewicz, Kasi Shelton (OU Hillel), Juan Arango, Doug Latham, Katie Maschino (Hunger Free Oklahoma), Gary Dubois, Taylor Broyles, Louise Bass, Reed Powell, Diana and Mike Forrest, Paula and Thurston Knox, and Michael Baughman. We also thank Feed The Children for loaning us a pallet jack and for delivering it.
Coordinating these volunteers efficiently and professionally was our rabbinic intern Mendel Mann with the help of super volunteer Yochanan Sorenson.
Our Heartfelt Thanks to the Village and OKC Police Departments:
They kept the massive turnout safe under the supervision of Deputy Chief Russ Landon.