(PRESS RELEASE)_North Palm Beach, FL – As the pandemic rages on, the number of hungry people increases, especially those who got unemployed and homebound. The Kind Kitchen of Palm Beach and Jewish Volunteer services make sure no one will be left out hungry and cold while everyone celebrates Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.
Together with their volunteers, these local groups will be distributing free holiday meals to all those in need. They also provide meal delivery for those people who can't go out of their homes.
Everyone is encouraged to sign up for someone in need or have them sign up to get a Rosh Hashanah package delivered to their door by visiting https://jewishcommunitysynagogue.com/sendfood/ or calling (561) 624-7004 Option #2
Free Warm Meals for the Homebound and Anyone Affected by COVID-19
Because of the coronavirus, The Kind Kitchen of Palm Beach has seen an influx of people requesting meals up to three times the previous amount.
According to Rabbi Leib Ezagui, one of the organizers, people are scared to leave their homes because of COVID-19. Those who are unemployed and homebound are the ones who often go hungry, and they are the ones The Kind Kitchen wanted to help the most for Rosh Hashanah during these unprecedented times.
Celebrating Rosh Hashanah by Helping People in Need
As everyone celebrates the Jewish New Year, organizers of the drive-through free meal distribution event wanted to remind all community members to think of their less fortunate brothers and sisters.
Those who can share their precious time can volunteer as kitchen and delivery staff at The Kind Kitchen, while those who have money to spare can donate to the cause.
Visit https://jewishcommunitysynagogue.com/kindkitchen/ or call (561) 624-7004 to participate
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