Greater Lakewood Turns To Tomchei Shabbos

Dozens of vehicles lined up outside Tomchei Shabbos warehouses to take discreetly take thousands of boxes to families in Lakewood and beyond eagerly awaiting their arrival. Packed with a wide range of food items, from chicken to grape juice to candy, these boxes give more than 1,600 families the ability to celebrate the Yomim Tovim with pride and joy. 

This effort by Tomchei Shabbos to feed every family in need doesn’t just happen by itself. It relies on dozens of volunteers and office staff, delivery drivers, contacts with food companies, and so much more. All of this comes at an exorbitant cost; this Yom Tov season alone costs more than $2 million. And Tomchei Shabbos needs people like you to pitch in. [CLICK HERE TO DONATE]

It is up to people like you to ensure that every household – thousands of fathers, mothers and children – can be given the oneg yom tov they desire and deserve. It is to people like you to guarantee that Tomchei Shabbos can answer every call for help. It is up to people like you to make sure that no family goes to bed hungry. 

The 1,600+ families being assisted by Tomchei Shabbos may be someone you know – a neighbor, a friend, perhaps even a family member. Each and every one of them needs you. 

Please donate generously to our ongoing Tishrei campaign and guarantee peace of mind for the many families that could so desperately use it. 

TO DONATE CLICK HERE or call 732 276 9142 

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