Purim Project

  • Be a part of Chabad of New Hampshire's Purim Project

    We are excited to invite you to participate in our first ever commUnity Purim Project.

    The holiday of Purim will be celebrated on Sunday, March 24, 2024. On this joyous day, it is a Mitzvah to give gifts of food to friends. These gifts have been traditionally known as Mishloach Manot or Shalach Manot since the days of Mordechai and Esther. This Mitzvah emphasizes that as a community we share each other’s joy and have a responsibility for each other’s well-being.

    Every year, we at Chabad distribute Shaloch Manot throughout the community. With the Purim Project, you have the opportunity to partner with Chabad to send these beautiful pre-made Kosher gifts to community friends with the click of a button. Recipients will receive one package with a card listing all the names of friends/families that have sent Mishloach Manot to them.

    The Purim Project is designed to:

    • Help you in fulfilling the beautiful Mitzvah of "Mishloach Manot".
    • Show your appreciation and care for fellow community members.
    • Foster community unity.
    • Help Chabad!

    With Israel on our mind, this year's theme is: Jewish pride, Am Yisrael Chai, and the joy of Purim that can break all barriers!

    The deadline for ordering is Sunday, March 17th, or while supplies last.

  • I would like to send Shalach Manot to

  • If there is someone you requested and they are not on our list we will contact you for their address.

    *Free delivery within Southern NH. If you'd like to send to a home outside of our radius, we will contact you about shipping costs. Pick up at Chabad for you to deliver on your own is also an option.

  • Matanot L'Evyonim - Gifts to the Poor
    On Purim day we place special emphasis on caring for the less fortunate by giving money or food, "matanot la'evyonim," to two needy people on Purim.  
    Join us in showing Jewish unity and caring for others! 

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  • * To fulfill the mitzvah of Mishloach Manot, you will need to give Mishloach Manot to one person on Purim itself. 

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