Uber, Met Council deliver Passover meals

With Holocaust survivors and other Jewish families homebound because of the coronavirus pandemic, Uber and Met Council are hoping to make a difference.

News 12 Staff

Apr 6, 2020, 8:05 PM

Updated 1,502 days ago

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With Holocaust survivors and other Jewish families homebound because of the coronavirus pandemic, Uber and Met Council are hoping to make a difference.
They came together Monday to deliver Passover meal boxes. 
Dozens of volunteers wore face masks and gloves to deliver the boxes filled with items such as matzo, potatoes and grape juice. They made sure that even if people are having seders alone or virtual seders, they have the kosher food they need to celebrate the holiday.
Volunteers tell News 12 it's not just about getting these families the food, but it's also about spreading some kindness and love during this lonely time and to make sure those stuck at home know there are people thinking about them.
Over the course of the next two days, about 500 seder boxes will be delivered to elderly Jewish New Yorkers living in Brooklyn. 
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