By SUSIE GARBER Sunday, November 11, 2018 at 3:36 pm | ג' כסלו תשע"ט Masbia breakfast (L-R): Mr. Alex Rapaport, one of the founders of Masbia; Mr. Ethan Dreifus, community member; Mr. Itzy Laub, community member and Harav Noach Isaac Oelbaum, shlita, Rav of Khal Nachlas Yitzchok, Queens. The Laubs’ home in Kew Gardens Hills filled with community members, local Rabbanim and local politicians on Sunday morning, October 28, for the annual Masbia breakfast. The fundraiser included horse rides. Masbia provides two million kosher meals each year to those in need regardless of age, race, or religion.
No Hate Crime Charges For Teens Who Allegedly Beat Jewish Boy In Queens BY ARUN VENUGOPAL, WNYCINNEWS ONDEC 6, 2018 4:13 PM Waleska Mendez, a volunteer at Masbia soup kitchen in Forest Hills, intervened in an attack on a 16-year-old Jewish boy. (Arun Venugopal / WNYC) One witness, Waleska Mendez, emerged from Masbia, a Jewish-run soup kitchen located on 64th Road in Forest Hills, where she volunteers. She was working inside when she heard the commotion. “When I went out I saw the kid next to the tree, already on the floor. All the gang was kicking and punching him. So I started screaming ‘Leave him alone!’” She rushed back in, grabbed a broom and ran back out, wielding it as a weapon. “It was the first thing that I find,” she said. “I was screaming and trying to hit them.” Read the full article here.
December 4, 2018 By Shira Feder Photo Credit, Alexander Rapaport: Workers Unload What Will Be $100,000 Dollars Of Welch’s-Manischewitz Grape Juice From Tractor-Trailers. Alexander Rapaport, Owner Of Masbia Soup Kitchen, Is Not A Fan Of “Food Rescue,” But When A Tractor Full Of $100,000 Worth Of Welch’s-Manischewitz Grape Juice Pulled Up To Masbia’s Queens Location, Even Rapaport Couldn’t Deny That This Hanukkah Gift Was A Worthy One. The Grape Has A Sell-By Date At The End Of January — Too Soon To Be Stocked On Store Shelves — But Is In Perfect Condition.
POSTED 6:11 PM, NOVEMBER 21, 2018, BY JOE MAUCERI BOROUGH PARK, Brooklyn — Thanksgiving prep is in full swing at the Masbia Soup Kitchen in Borough Park, but if your still looking to do some good on the Holiday, it's not too late.
By Hamodia Staff Monday, November 19, 2018 at 6:56 pm | י"א כסלו תשע"ט BROOKLYN - Masbia of Boro Park announced that they will be starting a new food distribution for local Rebbeimand school teachers.
Posted: Oct 08, 2018 8:42 PM EDTUpdated: Oct 08, 2018 8:42 PM EDT FLATBUSH - Members of the NYPD Explorers program helped out at a soup kitchen Monday to help the less fortunate. The Explorers volunteered with the 71st Precinct to wash dishes and stack food at Masbia Soup Kitchen in Flatbush, which offers residents free meals.
Posted: Sep 23, 2018 6:31 PM EDT Updated: Sep 23, 2018 6:31 PM EDT BROOKLYN - A soup kitchen in Borough Park spent Sunday preparing for the start of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.
WaPo | Solo-ish | Analysis | Want to make your wedding more meaningful? We hosted a reception at a soup kitchen.
By Eli Reiter I’ve never been happier to be kicked out of my seat — and it happened at my brother’s wedding. It’s an age-old story that weddings cause many happy couples to lose sight of what matters. A recent viral story featured a bride who asked her guests to contribute $1,500 each to her $45,000 destination wedding in Aruba, according to reports. Only eight friends came through, she said in her Facebook status. The groom’s parents at one point rescinded their pledge of $3,000, so she started a GoFundMe campaign that raised only $250. She became “livid” when her then-boyfriend suggested that, in light of these failed attempts, they instead get a quickie wedding in Sin City. They are no longer a couple.
Instead of spending big and showing off at the post-wedding ‘Sheva Brachot,’ one Brooklyn family celebrates at a soup kitchen By Elazar Abrahams August 27, 2018 • 8:00 AM All weddings can burn a hole in your pocket, but for Orthodox couples, the celebration doesn’t end the morning after. For seven straight days after a traditional Jewish marriage, each night is another joyous, and often costly, get-together. Relatives and close friends of the newlyweds take it upon themselves to make sure each Sheva Brachot meal is accounted for.