Purim is a time to celebrate as a community, to “make choyzic”, to be happy, and celebrate our Judaism. It is a time of giving and connecting. In this spirit, we are continuing our Purim tradition of Mishloah Manot, traditionally the giving of baskets of food as a way of sending gifts to friends, neighbors, relatives, and community members.
This year's Mishloach Manot campaign supports the work of the Rondout Valley Food Kitchen.
Participation in the secret basket gift exchange is now closed. If you have any questions please email the organizers here.