Chabad of Coral Springs and Others Bring Thanksgiving to Families in Need


By Agrippina Fadel

Families in need can get food and goods for Thanksgiving thanks to the efforts of five local organizations.

Chabad of Coral Springs is partnering with The Legacy Closet of Margate, The Sylvester Cancer Center in Miami, Premier Network Alliance of Coral Springs, and the Veterans Network to collect the food items and then distribute them.

Chabad Social Services Director Nechama Natalie Gutman said all residents could participate by providing food, canned goods, and gift cards.

“Our goal is to help 500 people this Thanksgiving, but we can only achieve it with the help of the whole community,” she said.

Gutman explained that people could bring their donations to Chabad Center in Coral Springs or leave them in the box outside of the building. With all the recently donated goods, the box had to be emptied every day for the past four days.

“This is an opportunity for all of us to do something good. There are still some individuals and families in our community that are genuinely struggling,” said Gutman.

Fill out this form to participate in the Thanksgiving food distribution. You will receive a confirmation through Coral Springs Chabad or The Legacy Closet with a date and time for pickup. All participants are asked to present a valid ID upon arrival. Food may only be reserved for individuals and their families. Not all items received are Kosher. Please check items for Kosher certification.

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Agrippina Fadel

Agrippina Fadel
Agrippina Fadel grew up in Siberia and received her master’s in journalism from Tyumen State University. Agrippina is also a writer and editor at She has been a US resident for over ten years and speaks English and Russian.

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