Masbia On News12: As New Yorkers Prepare For This Thanksgiving Hundreds Of Thousands Of People Have Trouble Affording Food
The anchor of News12, Amanda Bossard, reported about food insecurity in the city as New Yorkers prepare for Thanksgiving. Jumaane Williams, Senator Chuck Schumer, and other local leaders of New York City gathered at Masbia Soup Kitchen to speak out about hunger that shouldn’t happen in the city. Alexander Rapaport spoke about Masbia combating hunger that has increased 500% since the outbreak of the pandemic.
Read the article below written by Lanning Taliaferro, published in the Patch, on Masbia Soup Kitchen Network Executive Director Alexander Rapaport the main organizer for the relief effort. Rockland County Legislator Aron Wieder joined Rapaport to help load two trucks with food and cleaning supplies bound for Afghan refugees currently in New Jersey.
Masbia Relief In The Mid Hudson News: Rockland Lawmaker Aids In Food Collection For Afghan Refugees At Fort Dix
Read the article below, published in The Mid Hudson News, on Rockland County Legislator Aron Wieder joined Masbia CEO Alexander Rapaport to help load two trucks with food and cleaning supplies. Afghan refugees who are currently living at Fort Dix in New Jersey will be benefit thanks to the drive food led by Masbia Relief.
Masbia Relief In The Media Line: Grandchildren Of Holocaust Survivors Send Message To Afghan Immigrants
Read the article written by Mike Wagenhei, published in The Media Line, on the effort was organized by the grandchildren of Holocaust survivors; in solidarity with refugees who recently fled the Islamist Taliban in Afghanistan. Alexander Rapaport, Masbia Soup Kitchen ED, led the Masbia Relief Team to load up a large truck with groceries.
Masbia Relief On News12 Hudson Valley: Rockland County Legislator Helps Soup Kitchen Load Up Resources To Be Delivered To Afghan Refugees
The anchor of News12 of Hudson Valley presents Rockland County Legislator Aron B. Weider, joining Masbia Soup Kitchen's Executive Director Alexander Rapaport in an effort for Afghan Refugees AID. They met together at Masbia of Boro Park in Brooklyn.
Yosef Rapaport, Alexander Rapaport, and Aron Wieder (L-r.) Jewish grandchildren of the Holocaust survivors, display donations they will be sending from Brooklyn to the Afghan refugees waiting to be released at Fort Dix, NJ. Alexander Rapaport (top r.) adds welcoming message. (Daily News print edition: Thursday, November 4, 2021 by Luiz C. Ribeiro)
Masbia Relief in Lakewood News Network: Spreading The Love: Lakewood Grandchildren Of Holocaust Survivors Send Food Boxes To Afghan Refugees
Read the article below published in the Lakewood News Network on grandchildren of Holocaust survivors joining to help Afghan refugees. Alexander Rapaport, Berish Rapaport, and Deputy Mayor Menashe Miller came together in front of the Yachik restaurant to pack and send food boxes to Afghan refugees.
Read the article below by Rabbi Rebecca Sirbu, published in the Jewish Funders Network, on Masbia Soup Kitchen moving to the digital bread line. Alexander Rapaport, ED of Masbia, decided to take technology in favor of Masbia clients to make their lives easier, using the Plentiful app.
The anchor of News12 reported about a group of grandchildren to holocaust survivors coming together in Masbia of Boro Park to pack groceries to be delivered to Afghan refugees currently in New Jersey. Our ED, Alexander Rapaport, and Masbia Relief Team took part in this food drive.
The anchor Steve Lacy of Fox 5 New York presents a report of how the Masbia Relief Team helps Afghan Refugees with food donation. Masbia ED Alexander Rapaport talks about making Afghan refugees feel very welcome and support by the community.