February 25, 2013 3:26 am at 3:26 am #608338
Is there a place that accepts nosch donations? Maybe they can give it out to poor people.
If this doesn’t exist is someone interested in starting such an organization ?February 25, 2013 3:37 am at 3:37 am #932338
JEP accepts nosh donations.February 25, 2013 5:29 am at 5:29 am #932339
I just got TONS dropped off to distribute (along with seuda leftovers). I feel obligated to eat all the opened or broken packages but that’s only a dent. This year popcorn was very popular. I’m hoping one day carmel filled swiss chocolate will be a ‘left over’.February 25, 2013 5:45 am at 5:45 am #932340
am yisrael chaiParticipant
SHALACH MANOT LEFT OVERS: (Brooklyn)
If you have EXTRA candies, cookies, cakes, wines, grape juice, or food of any kind left over from Mishloach Manot,
we are collecting same for families who are making S’Machot after Purim and whose S’Machot would be very much
enhanced by your generosity.
Call DOES NOT WANT NUMBER LISTED
(718) 436-3024 (Kensington, Borough Park)
PACKAGED ITEMS ONLY
MITZVAH GORERET MITZVAH!
(copied)February 25, 2013 6:38 pm at 6:38 pm #932342
Since I am machbid on Cholov Yisroel in Israel, and most of the shaloch manos I got are either cholov stam, or other things I don’t like, like certain types of nosh and spring drinks, I put all the stuff I don’t want in an eco-friendly bag, and next time I go to town, I plan on giving it to the first homeless person I see. Its quite a bit of stuff, ranging from a box of cereal to candy bracelets and even some gummy worms and drinks. I figure when they are done eating the food, the eco-friendly bag will be of use to them as well.February 25, 2013 7:17 pm at 7:17 pm #932343
How do you end up with all this cholov stam in Israel?February 25, 2013 7:50 pm at 7:50 pm #932344
because the person who picked out the stuff probably doesn’t know that I am machbid on Cholov Yisrael and assumed that I like American food.
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