Kosher Food Pantry

Support Services

Kosher Food Pantry

The Only Kosher Food Pantry in the Southeast

How To Get Help

At JF&CS, we understand that more people in our community may need to access our Kosher Food Pantry during this crisis. For the health and safety of our staff, volunteers and clients, please make an appointment during the hours below. All food will be pre-bagged and handed to you outside of our building.

Food Pantry Pickup Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Please make an appointment during these hours by calling (770) 677-9389. We will be happy to serve you.

How You Can Help

Since March of 2020, JF&CS has expanded our Food Pantry to help the growing number of people in our community that are facing food insecurity, many for the first time. We need your help to ensure we will have the resources meet the need in our community.

There are numerous ways you can support the Kosher Food Pantry, including:

• Become a food collection site!
• Donate food at the JF&CS Dunwoody Office in the outside bins, or one of our collection sites.
Donate funds to the food pantry. You have a choice of creating your own team or donating to the general Food Pantry fund.
• Purchase items from our Amazon Wish List to be delivered to the Pantry.

What We Need

See our priority list of foods needed.

Drop Off Hours

You can currently drop food off at JF&CS on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 10 am and 2:30 pm.

Additional Collection Site List - COMING SOON

To learn more about becoming a food collection site, wish lists or if you have any questions, please contact Michelle Day at or 770.677.9477.

Call 770-677-9389 to make an appointment or submit our assistance request form.

One in every 7.5 people in Georgia uses a food pantry as their main source of food. JF&CS’ food pantry is the only kosher food pantry in the Southeast. Though we serve both Jewish and non-Jewish clients, we realize that purchasing kosher foods can pose an additional financial burden.

Our food pantry provides kosher foods so clients do not have to compromise their religious traditions due to financial limitations. Additional food assistance may be provided to those in need in the Jewish community in the form of Maos Chitim at Passover or the High Holidays. We also provide grocery store gifts cards to clients in need.

In 2019, our food pantry provided 22,000 pounds of food to 2100 individuals, 350 of whom were seniors.