Sponsor Yom-Tov Meals for the Needy

הֲלוֹא פָרֹס לָרָעֵב לַחְמֶךָ וַעֲנִיִּים מְרוּדִים תָּבִיא בָיִת - הפטרה ליום כיפורים 


Make a special gift during the High Holidays. Many families and individuals don't have enough to eat. Your Charitable gift can help.

What happens to those who don't have or can't afford a holiday meal?

For the first time at our new Boro Park soup kitchen, we are going to be open for the Seudah/meals for the High Holidays: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkos. We need your help sponsoring meals for the coming weeks. There will be a total of 20 meals served over the holiday period. An individual person can be sponsored for $50 and for $5,400 for the entire Seudah/meal. Can you think of a better form of charity than sharing a Yom-Tov meal with a person in need during the High Holidays? Take the opportunity and sponsor a meal today.

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We have scheduled meals for Rosh Hashanah, before and after Yom Kippur, and the seven days of Sukkos meals will be served at the sukkah of Boro Park's 24 Hour Synagogue known as Congregation Shomrei Shabbos. Being opened during the holidays is extremely costly because we need festive kosher holiday foods, all the traditional foods, a Mashgiach Temidi, and additional late night and weekend staff. Our goal is to raise $108,000 to make it all happen. Please do whatever you can to help make this happen. Donate today.

For every donation of $250 or more, we will post your dedication at the meal. You can choose which of the twenty meals to dedicate and give us the content for the dedication. Email info@masbiaboropark.com or call 718-972-4446 x301 for more information

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Get an idea of how our dining room is set up for the holidays. See our first time serving Passover Seder meals reported on CBS News:

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See photo of Novominsker Rebbe, Rabbi Yaakov Perlow Donating to Masbia Before Yom Kippur

See photo of Borshtiner Rebbe, Rabbi David Eichenstein Laying Schach on the Sukkah

Read more about the importance of sharing a meal during Sukkos from the Bobover Rebbe.