Purim Orders


A portion of your tax deductible donation will be distributed on purim day as matanot l’evyonim and go directly to members of our community who are in need.

Purim is February 26th
Last year was a sell out! Order Today!

To ensure availability, please place your orders promptly (orders will not be accepted after 4pm on February 1st) PLEASE NOTE: orders will be filled on a first come basis.  We will not be able to fill orders received after goods are sold out, even if prior to the February 1st date.

Any questions, please email: Purim@Ezrah.org or call 201-569-9047

Donor Information
All requested information must be completed to process your order.

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Purchase Options

Packets are $8 each ($7.50 if 20 or more are purchased)
Delivery costs an additional $1 per address.

Please Note: For federal income tax purposes, the cost of each packet exclusive of the $4.00 content cost is tax deductible. Project Ezrah is a 501(c)3 registered charity.

Individually delivered packets to recipients listed below:
I wish to order Delivered Packets at $8 or $7.50 (≥20), +$1 for delivery Total  $0.00

Pick-up-Packs will not be delivered.
  they must be picked up at our distribution site. (Sunday February 14th and Monday, February 15th -- Time and Location TBD)
I wish to order Pick-up-Packs at $8 or $7.50 (≥20) Total  $0.00

Order Total  $0.00
Purim Day packet delivery of the Mishloach Manot Purim Packets is done by wonderful volunteers. If you could help with the mitzvah of delivering a route on Purim Day, we would be very appreciative. Please let us know by emailing: Purim@ezrah.org.
Online Payment Details

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