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How Sisterhood Helps

Helping Hands

Sisterhood's Helping Hands helps support TBO community members by offering meals during illness as well as supplying food for shiva minyanim in people's homes.

  1. JOIN OUR LIST: Please email the Helping Hands team at to add your email to the list of volunteers to be notified when there is a need.

2. BRING A MEAL: At your convenience, prepare a kosher style meal in a disposable container, labeled and dated and bring to TBO for our freezer.  Ask the office for directions.

Helpful hints:
•Cook for yourself and a little more and put the extra in a container.
•Make a big lasagna/ziti/ or casserole/ soup/ etc. divide it into smaller serving containers.Don’t want to cook but still want to make a difference?
•Purchase gift cards from the following stores to help with supplies and meal deliveries. Target, Walmart, Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods, Food Lion, Publix and Whole Foods. Just drop them in the main office and let staff know it is for Helping Hands.
•Harris Teeter has a Sunday sale on whole roast chickens. Pick one up and place in our freezer.
•Purchase frozen dinners, or any other meals that can be frozen.
•Make a delivery of one of our prepared meals from TBO to the family’s home. This would be VERY helpful.

College Connection

Do You Have a College Student?
 Is your child going to college for the first time or returning after a long summer break? We can help ease their transition to living on their own. 
Sisterhood sends care packages three times a year, with some of the comforts of home to TBO members away at college. Care packages are the perfect blend of fun items and essentials — all the things your child would love but wouldn't think to purchase on their own. 
Please send your child’s school mailing address to our College Connection team. The first package will arrive at their dorm shortly after school begins in time for Rosh Hashanah.  

Helen Wright Center for Women


We support the Helen Wright Center for Women (HWCW) to reduce homelessness through temporary housing and programs that promote independence and increase dignity through self-reliance.

There’s an urgent need for the following items:  women's feminine products, tampons and pads, hygienic wipes, soaps, shampoos, lotions, etc. Both large and travel sizes are welcome.There is a covered collection box in the Administrative Wing kitchen under the clothing rack. Please consider HWCW when you shop.

To read more about the Helen Wright Center for Women, click here.

Dress for Success


Are you cleaning closets? Dress for Success needs gently worn professional clothing and accessories you no longer need.The Dress for Success organization helps women become independent, self-sufficient working women. Tax receipts are available. Please bring your donations on hangers to the Assembly Room kitchen. You will find hangers in the container labeled “Dress for Success”.

Donations can also be dropped off at the Raleigh Dress for Success location, near Capital Blvd., inside I-440.➢Address:1812 Tillery Place, Raleigh. ➢Phone number:919. 286.2128. Hours for dropping off clothes at Tillery Place are:: Tuesday and Wednesday:10:00 AM to 2:00 PM and 2nd Saturday:  10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. For more ways to donate and for clothing guidelines, please visit:

Thank youto all who have given so generously!!! If you want more information, please contact us.

Healing Shawls


Please continue making these wonderful shawls of warmth and caring. Contact us for further information

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