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Westport’s Conservative Synagogue Helps To Fight Hunger

From left, Conservative Synagogue congregants Jared Weisman, Andrew Cohen, Danielle Frost, Annie Cooperstone, Jessica Felton, Perri Cohen and Matthew Hodes volunteer to serve food at the Norwalk Emergency Shelter on April 7.
From left, Conservative Synagogue congregants Jared Weisman, Andrew Cohen, Danielle Frost, Annie Cooperstone, Jessica Felton, Perri Cohen and Matthew Hodes volunteer to serve food at the Norwalk Emergency Shelter on April 7. Photo Credit: Contributed
Logan Goodman, Jordana Greenspan and Ashley Podziba decorate donation containers as part of "Mitzvah Day."
Logan Goodman, Jordana Greenspan and Ashley Podziba decorate donation containers as part of "Mitzvah Day." Photo Credit: Contributed
From left. Rachel Labarre, Heather Millet, Emily Ceisler Blitzer and Jacob Wolfe sort food at the Connecticut Food Bank.
From left. Rachel Labarre, Heather Millet, Emily Ceisler Blitzer and Jacob Wolfe sort food at the Connecticut Food Bank. Photo Credit: Contributed

WESTPORT, Conn. – Members of the Conservative Synagogue of Westport, Weston and Wilton recently helped to provide food to needy residents throughout the area as part of the synagogue’s annual “Mitzvah Day.”

On April 7, congregants of all ages volunteered their time in communities such as Stamford, Norwalk and Bridgeport, serving meals at homeless shelters or sorting items at food banks. Others helped by donating food or raising money, the synagogue announced.

The term “Mitzvah” is commonly used to refer to worthy deeds or acts of kindness.

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