B’nai B’rith Project H.O.P.E. Helping Our People Everywhere

Project H.O.P.E. Helping Our People Everywhere.
In its 20th year, Project HOPE delivers Kosher for Passover food on the Sunday before Passover, April 9, 2017, to 625 of our most needy, elderly and isolated Jewish families in the Philadelphia community.
Many Jews who cannot afford special holiday foods depend on B’nai B’rith Project HOPE to provide matzoh and the other Passover staples. To these people the remembrance and visit is often as special as the needed food.
Volunteers and their families are needed to deliver to these recipients. Distribution will take place at Temple Sinai, Dresher, PA, beginning at 7am.
To volunteer, please email Samuel Domsky at samuelmdomsky@gmail.com ASAP.

Join over 150 volunteer packers and drivers at Temple Sinai in Dresher, that will help over 500 needy, elderly and isolated Jewish seniors celebrate Passover.  Each recipient will receive two fully stocked bags of groceries that will provide enough food for the Passover Seder and the week of Passover.

From 8 am until 10 am volunteers will help pack over 1000 bags of Kosher for Passover food including, chicken, eggs, matzah, gefilte fish, coffee and much much more.  Then over 100 volunteer drivers and their families will deliver to recipients all over the Greater Philadelphia region with most of the deliveries in Northeast Philadelphia.
Your visit will bring a smile and tears of joy to many and bring a sense of satisfaction to you as you make a difference. Tzdukak, comes in many forms and this Mitzvah will surely go a long way in “repairing our world”.
To volunteer, please email Samuel Domsky at samuelmdomsky@gmail.com