A butcher-wrapped pack of chicken legs in foam trays or chicken legs shoved into sealed polybags - which would you give to a needy family? It will be produced in the same plant. It will be the same amount (4 lbs.) in each pack. Same Kosher certification. Same brand. Everything inside is the same, except the presentation. The only difference is that a pack of the butcher-wrapped costs just under $9 and the polybagged costs a bit more than $7. In other words, butcher-packed for $2.25 per pound (wholesale) versus polybagged for $1.83 per pound (wholesale).
NYPD Explorer youth volunteers help feed the needy during Midwinter Break at Masbia Soup Kitchen.
By David Schneier January 10, 2018 Masbia's new storefront in Forest Hills Good things are happening at Masbia’s new site with more on the way. The food pantry is up and running at 105-47 64th Road, Forest Hills, on Thursdays from 2 to 5 p.m. The section to have dinner guests should be finished in the near future. A delicious meal served with dignity at Masbia
Posted: Dec 25, 2017 7:03 PM ESTUpdated: Dec 25, 2017 7:03 PM EST BROOKLYN - A kosher food pantry provided warm holiday meals to needy residents in the borough. The executive director of the Masbia Kitchen in Midwood says its dining room is set up like a restaurant so people can eat with dignity feeling like customers, not charity.
Written by Cindy Grosz Created November 01, 2017 Women of all ages and religious affiliations around the world are gathering in shuls, schools and venues large and small for annual Challah Bakes during the last days of October and beginning month of November.
Here are excerpts from various news outlets about Masbia's Hurricane Maria Relief for Puerto Rico efforts.
By: Jewish Press Staff 6 Heshvan 5778 – October 25, 2017 Councilman David Greenfield New York City Councilman David Greenfield (D-Brooklyn) has raised over $75,000 worth of donations for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico since announcing his collaboration with Masbia Soup Kitchen Network and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. on the project earlier this month.
18 Oct 2017 10:55 AM On Sukkos, Masbia served hundreds of warm, delicious meals to people in need. Masbia is a non-profit soup kitchen network and food pantry. The sukkos meals were served in Shomer Shabbos Shul’s sukkah, which is next door to Masbia’s premises.
The Yeshiva World: Greenfield And Masbia Raise Over $75,000 For Hurricane Relief From Jewish Community
Councilman David G. Greenfield has raised over $75,000 worth of donations for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico since announcing his collaboration with Masbia Soup Kitchen Network and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. on the project three weeks ago.
Posted: Oct 04, 2017 7:05 PM EDT; Updated: Oct 04, 2017 9:08 PM EDT BOROUGH PARK - A Brooklyn soup kitchen will be open throughout the week to help those in need celebrate the Jewish holiday Sukkot.