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CBS Women High Holy Days Collection Drive


CBS Women is holding its annual High Holy Days Collection Drive, to benefit Braes Interfaith Ministries, a client of the Houston Food Bank.

You are welcome to drop off your donated items curbside at CBS (in a bag or box) when you pick up your mahzorim on the following dates/times:

Sunday, August 29 from 12:00 Noon to 3:00 PM.
Tuesday, August 31 from 9:30 AM to 12:00 Noon.
Friday, September 3 from 9:30 AM to 12:00 Noon.

If you plan to attend in-person services for the High Holy Days, bags will be available for pick up. You may drop these items off after Yom Kippur.

See below for a list of recommended items.

Be sure to check expiration dates before donating canned food! (No glass jars.)  If you have any questions, contact Laurie at

List of Recommended Items
(From Braes Interfaith Ministries)

(All dried goods should be double bagged to avoid spillage.)

1.  Cereal
2.  Milk
3.  Dry Soup
4.  Canned Fruit
5.  Canned Tuna
6.  Canned Chicken
7.  Rice: ½ lb packages
8.  Canned Tomato Juice
9.  Canned Beans
10. Macaroni and Cheese (No glass containers)
11. Pasta 1 lb packages
12. Dried Beans 1 lb and 2 lb packages
13. Canned Vegetables
14. Baby Food   (First step / step one)
15. Baby Cereal
16. Individual Serve / Pop Top Canned Foods

17. Toilet Paper
18. Bar Soap
19. Laundry Detergent
20. Toothpaste
21. Deodorant
22. Pampers (All sizes, especially Large)
23. Adult Diapers
24. Shampoo

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CBS Women Insights


Join us for a monthly gathering led by Vicki Teller to explore
contemporary issues through a Jewish lens.

Select Sundays at 8:00 PM.

CBS Women Insights has suspended its monthly meetings.  Please refer to the Congregation Brith Shalom YouTube channel to enjoy the backlog of prior meetings.

Future dates: to be announced...

For questions, please contact Carol Goldberg at

Sat, September 25 2021 19 Tishrei 5782