In community with one another, we share or take goods as we need.
Check out the KIND resources below if you are in need of donations or you would like to donate.
In addition, please consider attending one of our upcoming kindness events to get involved and share your KIND! View the events calendar here.
Together, we make a difference.
TLC Little Free Pantry Locations
(all are welcome to fill or take from pantry sites any day or time):
South Florida Locations
Advent Lutheran Church (300 E Yamato Rd., Boca Raton, FL)
Ebenezer Church (200 Ruby Street, Boca Raton, FL)
Pearl City (just opposite Ebenezer Church (above), Boca Raton, FL)
Saint Gregory’s Episcopal Church (100 NE Mizner Blvd, Boca Raton, FL)
Fusion Academy (5050 Conference Way N., #110, Boca Raton, FL)
Temple Beth El/JARC (on the circle round-about at 9800 W. Yamato Rd., Boca Raton, FL)
Center for Spiritual Living (2 SW 12th Ave, Boca Raton, FL 33486)
B’Nai Torah Congregation (closed to the public, Boca Raton, FL)
Chabad of Coral Springs (3925 N. University Drive, Coral Springs, FL)
Temple Beth Orr (2151 Riverside Drive, Coral Springs, FL)
The Achievement Center (555 NW 4th St., Delray Beach, FL)
Space Of Mind Schoolhouse (102 N Swinton Ave, Delray Beach, FL)
Advent Church (2116 Lantana Rd, Lake Worth, FL)
Legacy Closet (6000 W. Atlantic Blvd., Margate, FL)
Michelle’s International Learning House (1800 Cathedral Drive, Margate, FL)
First United Methodist Church (2901 Caledonia St, Marianna, FL)
Chabad of Parkland (7170 Loxahatchee Rd., Parkland, FL)
For other opportunities to donate or receive, contact:
Summer Faerman 561.392.8566
In times of crisis, we all search for ways to help.
Within hours of the initial attack, the Boca Raton-based 501(c)(3) Hands On Tzedakah has been at work providing critical support to help victims with emergency lighting in bomb shelters, phone chargers, vests and helmets for emergency workers, and mattresses and food within shelters. H.O.T.’s partnerships throughout the country enable it to be proactive and responsive in meeting critical needs in times of crisis.
Help provide real-time critical and life-saving supplies directly to the victims of terror in Israel through H.O.T. at https://handsontzedakah.org/donate/. All contributions go directly to provide rapid support to help the many victims of the Israel-Hamas attack.
Some additional B’nai Torah Partner Organizations helping Israel and the many victims of the Israel-Hamas attack during this time of crisis:
Jewish Federation: The Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County has opened an emergency fund to support the efforts of their partner agencies on the ground, providing critical care and support at https://jewishboca.org/israel-at-war-donations/.
Magen David Adom: Donate to support paramedics, EMTs, first responders, and first-aid providers on the ground in Israel at https://afmda.org/.
United Hatzalah: Volunteers are on the front lines providing urgent care. Support is critical to ensure the safety of their volunteers and the people of Israel. To donate, visit https://israelrescue.org/campaign/israel-at-war/.
Friends of the IDF: Donate now to stand with and help care for Israel’s heroes at https://www.fidf.org/.
America Israel Democracy Coalition: Help provide crucial support for the medical, psycho-social, and physical needs of Israelis and their communities. Donate at https://bit.ly/SupportSouthIL.
The Kindness Angels are an amazing, compassionate group comprised of equally amazing and compassionate individuals dedicated to serving our homeless and our hungry one good deed, one small act of kindness at a time. Dedicated to helping support and make a positive impact on our most vulnerable souls in need of a helping hand, the organization hosts monthly Essential Needs Collections and Meals with Meaning in coordination with St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church in Boca Raton, FL with their collective mission of spreading kindness throughout our communities. Visit the Kindness Angels Facebook page to learn more about their efforts and how you can help support their monthly collections and other various initiatives. Community service hours are provided.
Check out their latest projects at:
For more information, contact:
Linda Baratz, email@example.com
Heroes Hub/The Legacy Closet
(new and gently used clothing, household items and essentials)
No charge to recipient (no selling, just giving)
Clothing by Faith for Children
(all kids items)
Use this printable Random Acts of Kindness card or create your own. Leave an acknowledgment of the kindness created and the inspiration for it…all while reminding the recipient to pay it forward.
Some Random Acts ideas: Give someone a compliment, Buy a coffee for the next person in line, Write a letter to a soldier overseas or an elderly nursing home resident, decorate a kindness rock, bring up a neighbor’s trash bin. So many ways to spread kindness!
Kindness in Action
Looking for some fun and interactive activities for connection, community engagement, and skill-building? Check out our KM365 Kindness In Action for this month and put YOUR kindness into action!
Community service hours provided! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries or to request.