HUC-JIR/NY Food Drive in partnership with City Harvest

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

LET ALL WHO ARE HUNGRY COME AND EAT: HUC-JIR's Food Drive

The Student Association at HUC-JIR/NY, in partnership with NYC's only food rescue organization, City Harvest, is organizing a food drive.  Your participation is essential in helping to ensure that as many hungry people in NYC as possible have meals.  Please bring in non-perishable chametz items and leave them in the boxes by the elevator in the CL by Thursday, March 25.

Thank you for your participation and for helping to make this initiative a success!


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