Support Beth Aharon
Supporting Beth Aharon:
On-Line: Click this Link: Donate On-Line
By mail: Please write checks to: Congregation Beth Aharon.
Mail to: Cong. Beth Aharon / HIR, 3700 Henry Hudson Parkway, Bronx, NY 10463.
Or Drop-off: At the Beth Aharon’s mail box at the HIR office.
Tizku l’Shanim Rabot v’Tovot!
Sunday, April 30, 2017
Friday, April 28, 2017
On Line: Tazriya'-Mətsora'
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Friday, April 21, 2017
- The weather is changing and your child/ren are growing.
- Do you need something to freshen up your closet?
- On a budget or just want to help the environment?
- Why not SWAP something for something?
- Come to the semi annual community wide clothing swap! It’s FREE and local!
- Children sizes: premie - 14
- Women sizes: petite S - 2XL.
- Maternity/nursing/baby wearing items/women’s accessories/hats/shoes welcome.
- No toys, large gear or furniture please.
- Children are welcome and must be supervised.
- Stroller parking and nursing room available.
Contact Coordinator, Kathy Goldstein, KathyAndAhron@gmail.com
- How does a swap work? Bring gently worn, clean, outgrown or unused women’s AND children's clothes, shoes/boots, coats, all season accessories and trade them for something "new".
- Must I bring items to SWAP? No, everyone who needs clothes is welcome. Our hope is to run this event twice a year and that even if you don't bring in items this time, you'll “pay it forward” at future swaps.
- Can I bring items even if I don’t need anything new? Yes!, All unclaimed items will be donated the next day, Sunday 4/23 to the HIR clothing Drive.
- If I can't make it to the event, can I drop off items in advance? This is a self-contained, one night only, swap meet. If you can't make it this time, we hope to see you at future events. You CAN drop off at 8:30 while we are setting up. Storage is limited.
- What happens to clothing that is not claimed? Since our goal is to reduce waste, help those in need and be fiscally mindful so all unclaimed items will be donated.
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In your Email
Basic (and love of) Hebrew is sufficient.