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Helping seniors observe Passover

RSVP Philadelphia and KleinLife are delivering meals to homebound seniors in Bucks, Philadelphia and Montgomery counties

Source: Stephanie Hampson

In an effort to help area seniors celebrate and observe the Passover holiday in these challenging times, RSVP Philadelphia and KleinLife in Northeast Philadelphia are delivering special complimentary Passover items, along with its regular frozen Home Delivered Meals, in Bucks, Philadelphia and Montgomery counties.

Getting ready to package the special holiday items are officers, employees and volunteers. From left are: Sue Aistrop, Mariya Keselman-Mekler, Andre Krug, Miranda Coyne, Andrew Maksymov, Ji-Young Ahn and Rachel Aistrop.

RSVP Philadelphia is also seeking donations to help defray some of the cost of the holiday foods.

RSVP Philadelphia and KleinLife provide 70,000 home delivered meals annually to seniors who cannot shop or cook for themselves. Both are located at 10100 Jamison Avenue in the far Northeast section of the city, and can be reached at 267-345-7787, 215-698-7300 or kleinlife.org

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