Fourteen synagogues from the North Shore are collaborating on Nov. 4 in Wynadanch to address issues of hunger, poverty and the envinroment during the fourth annual outreach campaign.
Temple Chaverim of Plainview and the Midway Jewish Center of Syosset are coming together with Tikkun Alliance of North Shore (TANS) collecting donations for the community.
The campaign takes to heart the Hebrew phrase "Tikkun Olam": "Healing the World".
Items such as winter coasts, clothing, gently used blankets, towels, new toys, puzzles, shoes, books, high school review materials, pet food and health snacks for the cause are in demand.
Donations can be dropped off at the bins in the religious school corridor of Temple Chaverim. Donations are beige accepted up until Nov. 1.
Other synagogues involved include: The Community Synagogue, North Shore Synagogue, Old Westbury Hebrew Congregation, Shelter Rock Jewish Center, Sid Jacobson JCC, Temple Beth Israel of Port Washington, Temple Beth Sholom, Temple Israel of Great Neck, Temple Judea of Manhasset and Temple Sinai of Roslyn.