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TULSA, OK -- Tulsa's Jewish community is giving Christmas kindness this holiday season.

Members of the Tulsa Jewish Hospice and the Tulsa Jewish Retirement Center have been collecting money all year to give to a worthy cause.

When they heard the John 3:16 mission needed clothes and food, they went shopping.

Wednesday, the groups dropped off coats, gloves, hats and blankets. They also helped stock the John 3:16 pantry.

Randy Cogburn, Tulsa Jewish Retirement Center, said, "One of the ways we can make us feel totally better about ourselves and be a better person is by focusing on the needs of others  and I think what we're doing today is an example of that."

The groups donate to worthy causes each year.