Purim with a Purpose is back, and this year, like last year, we are getting silly, celebrating, and creating a very special day of service and learning for our Religious School students. On Purim there is a mitzvah called matanot l’evyonim (gifts to the poor). In our city, we have a large community of people living below the poverty level. We are partnering with our very own Karsh Family Social Service Center to work to improve the lives of our underserved neighbors by creating three types of gift bundles: baby supplies, Mother’s Day pampering items, and kitchen essentials.
As a family, you are asked to support Purim with a Purpose by sponsoring at least one of these gift bundles.
Sponsorship dollars raised by your donations help support Religious School programs and Karsh Center clientele. Each gift bundle costs $36.
Save the dates for Purim with a Purpose: Sunday, March 10, at the Irmas Campus and Sunday, March 17, at the Glazer Campus (during regular Religious School hours). More information is available at wbtreligiousschool.org/purim.