The anchor of News NY1, Roma Torre, presents the reporter Amanda Farinacci Gonzalez reporting at Masbia Boro Park in Brooklyn, including an interview with our ED Alexander Rapaport.
Masbia in the Jewish Press: Dairy food distributed to Jews for Shavuot in Brooklyn and Queens during coronavirus pandemic
Read the article below written by Hana Levi Julian, in the Jewish Press, on Masbia distributing dairy food to Jews for Shavuot during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Read the article below written by Steve Lipman, in the New York Jewish Week, about Masbia being tested during the covid-19 pandemic. ED Alexander Rapaport is innovating, just a week ago, Masbia instituted the Plentiful app.
Masbia on News12 Brooklyn: Although Covid-19 has hit New York hard, Masbia will make it possible to celebrate the Shavuot for those in need.
Reporter Christian L Braxton of News12 Brooklyn came to Masbia Boro Park to report on distributing kosher dairy for the Shavuot holiday for those in need who have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
On May 27, 2020, NY1 anchor Bree Driscoll reported on Masbia of Queens distributing Dairy Products for Shavuot.
Masbia on i24News: Masbia is making a difference, in Borough Park, distributing groceries during Covid-19
The anchor of i24News in English, Calev Ben-David, reported about Masbia of Boro Park crowded with people to get free meals and groceries during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Masbia in the Getty Images: Masbia has seen a huge increase on its lines since the coronavirus pandemic outbreak
Photographer Lindsey Nicholson, Getty Images, came to Masbia of Queens on May 07, 2020, to document on Masbia is helping those in need by sharing free food to cover their basic needs. Unemployment is rising as well as lines at the food banks due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Read the story below, written by Armin Rosen, in the Tablet Magazine, on a heart-to-heart with two outstanding members of Borough Park community, facing the coronavirus outbreak the best way they know: "lending a hand to others", Alexander Rapaport of Masbia Soup Kitchen Network and Mordy Getz of Eichlers of Boro Park.
Masbia in the Shutterstock: Block-long lines, due to covid-19, to pick up packages of groceries at Masbia Soup Kitchen
On April 30, 2020, a few days after the Coronavirus outbreak started, photographer Justin Lane, Shutterstock, came to Masbia of Boro Park to register how the pandemic has affected New Yorkers.
Read the article below written by Yochonon Donn, in the Mishpacha, on Alexander Rapaport and Mordy Getz, two respectable members of the Jewish community, taking the initiative to help women widowed by the coronavirus by paying their groceries bill until Rosh Hashanah.