Schedule a VisitCome and pack food parcels
Come and Pack
Fill cartons with the basic foods hungry families need.
Covid-19-Related Special Visit Requirements
In order to protect visitors and staff, in accordance with current health regulations:
- Please do not visit if you are experiencing symptoms of illness or you have been exposed to infection in the past 14 days.
- Visitors aged 16 and above are required to have a Tav Yarok (document of vaccination or recovery).
- All visitors aged 6 and above are required to wear a mask covering their mouth and nose throughout their visit.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
We’ll be closed for Pesach from March 22. We will reopen on April 4th.
Where is the Pantry Packers volunteer center located?
How do we get to the volunteer center?
Using ‘Waze’ or ‘Google Maps’ search (in English) for “Pantry Packers”.
It will take you straight to the warehouse.
Is there parking?
What do I tell the taxi driver?
Make sure he brings you to the warehouse. There is a welcome sign on top of the door.
What public bus line comes nearby?
The name of the stop is מסוף אגד/ברעם 3294
The following bus lines stop there: 10, 13, 15, 22, 34, 49, 101, 103, 105, 124, 125
What is the distance from the center of town?
What are the hours of operation?
We have four volunteering slots daily.
10:00 – 11:30
12:00 – 13:30
14:00 – 15:30
16:00 – 17:30
We don’t work during Chol Hamoed or Erev Chag.
Can I celebrate my birthday at Pantry Packers?
It’s not just for children.
We have celebrated 30th, 40th and even 80th birthdays!
Make it extra special with a virtual food drive.
Can we bring food with us?
What languages is the program in?
We are also looking for volunteers to help direct volunteers in these languages. Please contact our office for more information.
Is there a dress code?
How far in advance must a reservation be made?
Is there wheelchair access?
Are there restrooms?
Can I bring my toddlers?
Derech Moshe Baram | Jerusalem
02-626-0035 | Fax: 074-702-3416
Pantry Packers® is a food distribution project of Tzedakah Central/Colel Chabad, the oldest continuously operating network of social services in Israel – established in 1788.
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