OZ Annual Members Tzedakah Super Bowl Party

February 2, 2020, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Minhah/Ma’ariv at 5:00 pm; Appetizers at 5:45 pm; Kickoff and Dinner at 6:30 pm
On the day of an American tradition join us just to socialize, and to watch the game if you’re a fan, and fulfill the mitzvah of tzedakah. Enjoy Kosher BBQ from Dougies, sushi, and more while watching the Super Bowl on a big-screen TV.
Free for OZ members and their guests.
OZ Members should RSVP to (212) 452-2310 x39 or by email to Deborah Wenger by Tuesday, Jan. 28.
The security guard will have a list of membership and invited guests. For security purposes, only those people on the list will be admitted.
Even those who are unable to attend are encouraged to make a generous donation.
Tzedakah we raise will be split between Project ORE and the Met Council this year – both who do the holy work of hunger relief.
Checks should be made payable to Or Zarua with “Super Bowl Tzedakah” in the memo line.
The Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty is the voice of the Jewish poor and the first line of defense for our community’s needy. We fight poverty through comprehensive social services and passionate advocacy to care for every individual with integrity and respect. Our network of 75 food pantries, affordable housing sites and JCC’s strengthen families and neighborhoods across New York.
Since 1987, Project ORE has served emergency kosher meals and provided counseling, case management, and other support services to isolated, poor, homeless, and mentally ill Jews.  It is the only program of its kind in New York City.  Based on the mezzanine floor of 331 E. 12th Street, Project ORE provides kosher, family-style community meals including a buffet breakfast, hot lunch, and food packages for Shabbat.
Project ORE offers classes in art, poetry, mental health issues, educational trips, and health and wellness.  We provide a Jewish experience through a weekly Oneg Shabbat, provide licensed clinical social workers to help with housing referrals, assistance with entitlements and benefits, referrals for psychiatric counseling, medical treatment, and crisis intervention for emergency situations.