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Mishloach Manot Basket

Mishloach Manot

The traditions of Purim include "…feasting and gladness, and time for sending gifts to one another and presents to the poor." (Esther 9:22) The sending of gifts is a popular tradition called mishloach manot. These baskets of at least two kinds of fruits, nuts, and Purim pastries, particularly the three cornered hamantaschen (shaped so because they resemble Haman's hat) are sent to friends and family. Fill your Hadassah mishloach manot basket and enable the world to feast on the extraordinary work of Hadassah.

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Mishloach Manot

The traditions of Purim include “…feasting and gladness, and time for sending gifts to one another and presents to the poor.” (Esther 9:22) The sending of gifts is a popular tradition called mishloach manot. These baskets of at least two kinds of fruits, nuts, and Purim pastries, particularly the three cornered hamantaschen (shaped so because they resemble Haman’s hat) are sent to friends and family. Fill your Hadassah mishloach manot basket and enable the world to feast on the extraordinary work of Hadassah.

How to Use the Basket

Drag items into your basket (tip: place each item just in front of basket.)

Each item represents a donation of $10. Use all 8 items for a donation of $72.

When your basket is ready, click Donate Now to complete the transaction

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