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.
Read the article below written by Ari Feldman, in the Forward, about how more than 30,000 kosher meals are not enough to stop people struggling, and Masbia is trying to help to distribute leftover meals, in some schools, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Read the report below written by Reuvain Borchardt, in the Hamodia, on takeout vouchers given by local stores, helping Masbia to provide fresh, hot meals to anyone during this Covid-19 pandemic.
Masbia in the Forward: Soup kitchen and Hasidic philanthropist provide free groceries to Boro Park families affected by COVID-19
Read the article below written by Irene Katz Connelly, in the Forward, on Masbia helping Boro Park Families who lost a breadwinner; Alexander Rapaport expects to serve between one and two dozen families in the neighborhood.
Masbia in the Algemeiner: Jewish Soup Kitchen, Brooklyn Judaica Store Offer Free Groceries to Parents Widowed by Coronavirus
Read the story below written by Shiryn Ghermezian, in The Algemeiner, about Masbia Soup Kitchen Network and Brooklyn Judaica Store joining forces to help any living spouse with children of a breadwinner who was a victim of Covid-19.
Masbia on i24News in French: As unemployment high rocket due to coronavirus, Americans turn to charities for food
Reporter Marie Gentric of i24News in French reported about the increased Americans seeking help from food banks due to soaring unemployment since the coronavirus breakout. Our ED Alexander Rapaport points out that Masbia is seeing the number of clients growing day by day.
Masbia on NY1: World Central Kitchen hosts a free pop-up market outside Masbia to provide clients with fresh vegetables during covid-19
The anchor of NY1, Angi Gonzalez, featured on World's Central Kitchen hosts a free pop-up farmers market outside of Masbia of Flatbush in Brooklyn during the covid-19 pandemic.