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PURIM 5779



Part of the mitzvah of observing Purim is to give gifts of food - Mishloach Manot. By participating in our Mishloach Manot Fundraiser, you can fulfill this mitzvah with the entire congregation while supporting ASBI and providing funds to feed the hungry here in Chicago and in Israel. Fill out the form below to participate!

A percentage of the money raised will go to support The ARK here in Chicago and Leket Israel—Israel's National Food Bank. For the sixth year, ASBI is also partnering with Jerusalem's Yeshivat Eretz HaTzvi to help provide a festive Purim meal of burgers, fries, and drinks to an entire IDF base. The more we each give, the more support we can offer these important efforts!

Mishloach Manot bags will be distributed at shul Wednesday night, March 20, and will include a variety of snacks and a list of contributors. The proceeds from the program are also used to help support the shul throughout the year.

*NEW THIS YEAR* - When you submit your Mishloach Manot contribution at one of the recommended levels, you'll have the chance to write a Purim message or dedication that will be included on the printed donors' list. Donations at the $180 level include a "Tweet" (limit of 140 characters) and donations of $360 or more include a "Megillah" (limit of 300 characters). 


The Recommended Giving Levels are:

$180 Hamentashen

$360 - Shpiel

$540 - Half the Megillah

$1,000 - The Whole Megillah

$1,800 - Half the Kingdom

$3,600+ - The Whole Kingdom


The deadline to be listed as a donor is 10:00 AM on Tuesday, March 19.


You will receive a confirmation email when your submission has been successfully processed.

Limit of 140 characters.

Limit of 300 characters.

After you hit "Submit" you will be directed to enter your payment information on the following page. Please note that your submission is not complete until your payment has been submitted. You will receive a confirmation email when your payment has been successfully submitted.


Thu, February 21 2019 16 Adar I 5779