By Ryan Yousefi
The Chabad of Coral Springs will be expanding their continuous fresh food program this week by offering a delivery option for the elderly or those otherwise unable to attend.
Chabad of Coral Springs, located at 3925 North University Drive, will be distributing fresh produce to the community once again this Wednesday, July 29 — with an added delivery option for Coral Springs residents that can not make it to the scheduled giveaway. Starting at 4:00 p.m, residents can once again drive-thru and receive food free of charge.
“We will be distributing 3,000 boxes of food,” Rabbi Avraham Friedman said. “We are adding deliveries to seniors and the frail that can’t leave their home.”
The various vegetables and salads are being provided by Simply Fresh. Chabad of Coral Springs asks those attending to not arrive before 4 p.m. as the parking lot will be closed for the trucks to enter.
The new delivery option, available only for Coral Springs residents, allows those who are in need or those who know someone who may benefit from a food package to contact the Chabad of Coral Springs via Facebook private message. As an additional option, those in need may email email@example.com or Nechamamira@gmail.com with the name and a contact number for the person requesting a delivery.
According to The Chabad of Coral Springs, the deliveries will be a contactless drop-off. The hope is that in the future the deliveries can be made to the same people once there is some initial coordination with those receiving the goods.
For those who would like to help the Chabad of Coral Springs in their future food drive endeavors, Rabbi Friedman says multiple options would be of benefit to the community and provide a huge help to their ultimate goal of feeding those in need.
“Anyone who would like to help can click on www.coralspringschabad.org. to volunteer or donate, which is greatly appreciated.”
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- Ryan Yousefi has lived in Coral Springs for over 30 years. He has worked as a writer for multiples outlets over the years, including the Miami New Times where he has covered sports and culture since 2013. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree in Business Healthcare Management from Western Governors University.
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