Press Release: Masbia & Eichlers of Boro Park Announce “On-Tab Groceries” for Families Who Lost Their Breadwinner During The Outbreak
Masbia of Boro Park and owner of the Boro Park New Eichler's Judaica Bookstore, Mordy Getz, launched an initiative to support newly widowed mothers with children who were left without their main breadwinner due to the coronavirus outbreak. Any surviving spouse with children of a breadwinner who fell victim to Covid 19 since Purim 2020, will have a free “tab” in a local Boro Park grocery, until the Jewish New Year - Rosh Hashana.
Press Release & Pics: The Swelling Hunger Wave is On a Huge Curve After Four Weeks of the Work Shutdown
New York, NY -- Masbia Soup Kitchen Network in New York City is bracing for an even greater increase in demand. While demand was accelerating since the outbreak and unprecedented bread lines were forming daily, the hunger wave is about to hit its biggest curve.
Masbia Soup Kitchen Network announces changes to regular services. While hours of operations will remain the same, clients who will come for raw grocery food to take home, will be allowed to take up to 14 days worth of food, regularly people are allowed to take 3-7 days worth of food. The pantry giveaway allows clients to come every 7 days. Now we ask them to come every 14 days. The daily hot dinner will no longer be served as a sit-in meal, it will be packaged to go.
12-year-old Leora, daughter of Kosher.com star and cookbook author Naomi Nachman, is raising money for ingredients to make Challah bread to feed a thousand families in need, ahead of her Bat Mitzvah. On Sunday, February 9th, Leora and her friends will volunteer at Masbia of Flatbush and assemble the first 300 DIY Challah Ingredient Kits.
Gefen, Glick's, Kedem, Kayco Launch Purim Passover Season by Donating a Truckload of Food to Feed the Needy at Masbia
Boro Park, Brooklyn -- Wednesday morning, March 6, Masbia's ED Alexander Rapaport wrote an e-mail to Barry, one of the warehouse managers at Kayco, the distributor for Kedem, Gefen, Glick's, and others, explaining that the inventory at Masbia of Boro Park is very low, and asking if they can help share some food. By the end of the day, there was a delivery of 12 pallets of food in front of Masbia of Boro Park, with more to come next week.
New York City -- March 5, 2018 -- In the last few months, Masbia has been reaching out to different organizations and synagogues to create a time slot for their members to pick up weekly food packages. It started with the Flatbush location and then ventured to the Boro Park location and will soon start at the Forest Hills, Queens location. With the help of the new "Plentiful" software, almost all intake will eventually happen by appointment and eliminate breadlines altogether.
What: A crew will donate and assemble furniture for the soup kitchen to be able to feed the needy at the newly renovated site.When: Wednesday, Jan 17, 2018, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PMWhere: Masbia of Queens 105-47 64th Rd. Forest Hills, NY, 11375 (64th Rd. Corner 108th St. next to Citi Bank)Contact: Alexander Rapaport, firstname.lastname@example.org, 718-972-4446 x301Website: masbia.orgTwitter: @masbia
KJ Poultry Donates 5,000 lbs of Turkey to Feed the Needy in the Lead-up to Thanksgiving and Kosherfest
KJ Poultry donated 5,000 pounds of turkey to Masbia in the lead up to Thanksgiving and Kosherfest.
Brooklyn, NY -- Masbia's quest for a Sukkah to feed the needy brings the first three-way partnership between Masbia of Boro Park, a Kosher soup kitchen and food pantry; Congregation Shomrei Shabbos, Boro Park's 24-hour synagogue; and the Herzog family, well known for their Herzog wine cellars and Kayco, the leading Kosher distributor of Gefen, Glick’s and Hadar products.
#### New York (Brooklyn), NY -- Thursday, July 27, 2017 -- Masbia Soup Kitchen Network received a huge delivery of Kosher fish from Banner Smoked Fish to feed the hungry with dignity at the restaurant-style soup kitchen and food pantry. "Kosher protein is always a challenge for us", said Alexander Rapaport, ED of Masbia. "And on the nine-days of mourning, that challenge is even greater, since beef and poultry is not an option." The first nine days of the Hebrew month of Av are halachically restricted from consuming meat and wine in commemoration and mourning of the destruction of the first and second temple that happened on the ninth day of Av, which falls this year on Tuesday, August 1st.