JOIN US ON AUGUST 29TH FOR ROSH HASHANAH DELIVERY
Maot Chitim is concerned for the ongoing welfare, safety, and health of our Community. We have been carefully monitoring the developments surrounding the global spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the new Delta variant.

Based on the current situation and the recommendations of the CDC, we will not have communal packing days. However, we are still delivering boxes for the Rosh Hashanah holiday. Please help feed families and individuals by volunteering to deliver food on Sunday, August 29th. You can sign up to deliver here: https://calendly.com/jstoliar/driver-for-maot-chitim-rh21
All drivers must be vaccinated and wear a mask when delivering food.

We are also looking for a few individuals to help us load the cars and trucks that deliver the food. If you are vaccinated, willing to wear a mask in the warehouse, and capable of heavy lifting, please sign up here: https://calendly.com/maotchitim/rh21car-loading

As committed donors and volunteers, we understand you look forward to the packing of food for others. We are sorry we are unable to provide that opportunity but hoping we can go back to our traditional delivery for Passover.

We thank you for your dedication and ongoing support. It is greatly appreciated, and we could not do what we do without your generosity.

Helping
Families
Helping Families

If you or someone you know needs a box of food delivered for the holidays, please register for a box below.

REGISTER FOR A PACKAGE
We deliver approximately 5,000 individual boxes along with bulk shipments to over 25 organizations. In total, we feed close to 15,000 people per holiday.
Let’s make the holidays more meaningful. Whether you donate, pack, and or deliver food, you are making a difference in our community.
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We deliver approximately 5,000 individual boxes along with bulk shipments to over 25 organizations. In total, we feed close to 15,000 people per holiday.
Let’s make the holidays more meaningful. Whether you donate, pack, and or deliver food, you are making a difference in our community.

People We Serve

  • 1500+ Holocaust survivors
  • Families struggling to make ends meet
  • Jewish elderly
  • Food pantries such as the ARK and Ezra
  • Halfway houses and Jewish inmates
  • Students at local universities
  • Individuals with disabilities

Reasons to
Volunteer
Reasons to Volunteer

Volunteer
  • Partnership

    Partner with us to help the members of the Greater Chicagoland Jewish Community

  • UNITY

    Unite all members of the Jewish Community

  • Tradition

    Keep the tradition going

  • INVOLVEMENT

    Involve your children and teenagers

  • MEETING OTHERS

    Meet different people from local schools. colleges, local houses of worship and other social action groups

Special Thanks
to our Sponsors
Special Thanks to our Sponsors