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2nd Annual Sisterhood Purim & Mitzvah Fundraiser

Share in the joy of Purim with a gift of Mishloach Manot. For a limited time, CONGREGANTS can purchase a Mishloach Manot gift from Sisterhood for a loved one. SUPPLY IS LIMITED, ORDER SOON!

The book of Esther teaches us that during Purim, we are commanded to feast, to send food to each other, and to give gifts of food or money to the poor.

How do I participate?
1. Every Sisterhood member will receive a Mishloach Manot gift.
2. Be a sponsor and your name will be included on the card for all Sisterhood members and the Klei Kodesh.
3. Purchase extra Mishloach Manot gifts for friends and family.

Sushan: $36 - Mordechai: $72 - Esther: $180 - Whole Mishpacha: $360

Click HERE to participate!
The deadline to Order is February 13, 2022.

This Purim Fundraiser is also our 2021-2022 Mitzvah project.
Your generous donation enables Sisterhood to provide funding to many of B'nai Amoona's programs.

Winter Outreach Donation Drive

As temperatures drop, the unhoused in St. Louis are faced with bitterly cold winter weather. To keep our neighbors warm, the Jewish Community Relations Council of St. Louis (JCRC) has organized the 4th annual Winter Outreach donation drive. In partnership with St. Louis Jewish organizations and State Representative Kimberly Ann Collins, we will be collecting donations of new and gently used blankets, pillows, coats, hats, scarves, gloves, boots, and clothes as well as new underwear, socks, towels, washcloths, and toiletries. You can drop off donations at B'nai Amoona and at any other drop-off sites listed at: www.jcrcstl.org/take-action/winter-outreach.html

JCRC also need volunteers to transport donations. If you have access to a vehicle and are interested in volunteering, please contact cflachs@jcrcstl.org for further information.

Community Food Pantry at B'nai Amoona

HaMakolet (The Market) is our free food pantry at B'nai Amoona! We understand that these are hard times, and want to support our community. Hamakolet's purpose is to address food insecurity and provide people with an additional outlet to seek assistance. To place an order, please contact Amy Maupin at 314-576-9990 x131 or email amy@bnaiamoona.com. You may also contact Chef Jon Hoffman with questions at 314-576-9990 x111 or email jon@bnaiamoona.com.

Grants from the St. Louis Jewish Federation have helped Congregation B'nai Amoona in a wide variety of ways. In 2020-21, we received grant funding for the Chesed Fund, support from the Staenberg Family Foundation for both our Seder and necessary technology, support for older adults, closed captioning from the Joslin Fund, and COVID assistance including technology, two food investments, and additional Chesed Funds. We are deeply appreciative of the support and necessary assistance these Grants provided. Todah Rabbah!

B’nai Amoona continues to connect Jews with Judaism. We enhance and enrich what already exists by creating a vibrant and progressive Conservative Jewish atmosphere focusing on prayer, spirituality, learning, inspiration, inclusion, celebration, warmth, friendliness, comfort, Israel, support, and relevance.

Sun, January 23 2022 21 Shevat 5782