Chabad of Bradenton & Lakewood Ranch
This year more people will experience the joy of Purim!
Purim is one of the most joyous and fun holidays on the Jewish calendar. On Purim, we emphasize the importance of Jewish unity and friendship by sending gifts of food to friends and family. This Purim mitzvah is called Mishloach Manot.
This year Chabad is sponsoring shared Mishloach Manot gift boxes at a low cost so that as many community families as possible can participate in the tradition. Everyone in the community (not limited to the attached list) is invited to partake in this special Purim mitzvah. We will deliver Mishloach Manot to any family you choose in the area.
Recipient families will receive one package with a card listing all the names of friends/families that have sent Mishloach Manot to them. All proceeds will benefit the Chabad Youth Programs.
Here’s How It Works:
Your selection will most likely be grouped with other senders. The recipient will get one Purim gift box
filled with Hamentashen and other Purim treats and a card listing the names of all the senders. Out-of-towners will receive a Purim card in lieu of a package.
Carefully circle the number to the left of the names of the families you wish to send a gift box to. Each
name you choose from the attached list is only $10. The minimum participation fee is $30, which entitles you to three choices.
If you would like to send a Purim gift box to someone not on the attached list of Chabad’s friends and
members, you may do so by submitting their name and address on the attached form.
Avoid any hurt feelings with our “Reciprocity” option. If someone sent to you but you did not originally
send to them, we will automatically add them to your list and bill you at $10 per box.
For a $180.00 sponsorship, your name will be placed on every Purim gift box. Our volunteers will deliver all Purim gift boxes ordered or reciprocated in the area by Purim, Sunday,
If you would like to include someone on our future Mishloach Manot list, please call the Chabad office at
The Deadline is February 28, so hurry! Chabad of Bradenton & Lakewood Ranch 5712 Lorraine Rd, Bradenton, FL 34211, 941-752-3030 www.chabadofbradenton.com Order Form
On the attached list, please circle the names of those to whom you would like to send a Purim box. My
Zip Code: _______________ Telephone # ______________________
Number of boxes ordered from the attached list (minimum 3) _____ X $10 ea = $________
Number of boxes for families NOT on the attached list* _____ X $10 ea = $________
* Please attach a list of Names, Addresses, and Telephone numbers of recipients not on the list
TOTAL = $________
____ YES, I WANT TO RECIPROCATE. Please charge for all recipients. Method of Payment: _____ Check Enclosed Bill my _____ VISA _____ MC _____ AMEX
Please make checks payable to Chabad of Bradenton.
_____ I would like to help assemble Purim Gift Boxes. _____ I would like to help deliver Purim Gift Boxes. _____ I would like to become a Shalach Monos sponsor by contributing $180 toward the Purim basket gifts.
Please mail completed form along with payment to
Chabad of Bradenton & Lakewood Ranch
If you have any questions or concerns, please call:
Thank you for participating and sharing the spirit of Purim with our community!
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