Jewish Family Service delivers Passover food to families in need
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CINCINNATI - Volunteers with Jewish Family Service gathered to prepare and deliver boxes of Passover food to hundreds of families in need as part of the 15th annual Dr. Samuel S. Rockwern Passover Delivery.

Donors and volunteers of all ages with gathered at the Cincinnati Hebrew Day School to pack boxes of food and then made deliveries to more than 300 families in the area.

"It's for people who may not be able to purchase the food because it's expensive and they can't afford it and this supplements their budget or because they are not able to get out to purchase food," said Beth Schwartz, Executive Director of Jewish Family Service.
Passover begins at sundown on Monday, March 25.


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