CBB members donated their time and brawn to help build a new affordable housing development on Canon Perdido. The new development had its grand opening on November 18th, but there are always on-going ways to support our local Habitat for Humanity chapter. If you are interested in more information, please contact Rose Cohen.
Young adults members of CBB (ages 22-39) are meeting monthly with other young adults from the Islamic Society of Santa Barbara and Trinity Episcopal Church to talk about religion, culture, belief, practice and faith. The goal of the group is to raise awareness and understanding among different faith communities here in Santa Barbara. If you [...]
Transition House is an amazing organization dedicated to addressing family homelessness. Since 1984, it has helped families end their reliance on public assistance by providing family-centered support services. For more than 20 years, a handful of CBB members have helped prepare and serve a hot dinner to about 25 families every month. Please join us [...]
The Inzu Y’Abana Preschool CBB’s Global Justice Committee has been focused on building a preschool in the village of Gisenyi, Rwanda. We have partnered with various community organizations as well as our friends in Rwanda and have identified a need for a preschool to serve the young children of Gisenyi, Rwanda. Frederic Ndabaramiye, a [...]
In remembrance of our ancestors Exodus from Egypt, we collected over 500 shoes for men, women and children in our own community who are living without adequate shelter, food and clothing. The shoes were donated Casa Esperanza and Transition House.
Lech L’chah Visits to Local Non-Profits In order to better understand the needs of the Greater Santa Barbara Community, we created site visits with several local non-profits in town to learn about how CBB can better support our local community. Last year we met with the Fund for Santa Barbara, Direct Relief, the SB County [...]