Tomche Shabbos Celebrates 29th Annual Dinner at Atrium Ballroom in Monsey {PHOTOS}

Tomche Shabbos, a pillar of support for the Rockland County community, marked its 29th Annual Dinner on Sunday held at the Atrium Ballroom in Monsey.

Tomche Shabbos has long been synonymous with its critical and life-saving Shabbos food boxes, which have been a lifeline for countless individuals and families facing food insecurity. While the organization spearheads a myriad of other essential projects, contributing to a multi-million-dollar annual budget, Sunday night’s event was dedicated exclusively to honoring Tomche Shabbos’s noble mission.

“The core mission of Tomche Shabbos is to ensure that no one in our community goes to sleep hungry,” remarked Reb Shimon Rosenstock, Operations Manager at Tomche Shabbos. “This annual dinner serves as a reminder of the impact we can make when our community comes together to support one another.”

The evening was graced by distinguished honorees who have played pivotal roles in supporting Tomche Shabbos’s mission. Dov and Rochel Weller were celebrated as Guests of Honor, acknowledging their significant contributions. Shua and Poiry Berman received the prestigious Allen Nussbaum Award for Excellence, recognizing their outstanding dedication. Shuie and Leah Metal were honored with the Community Service Award, lauding their selfless commitment to the community.

NY Senator Bill Weber, attending the event for the second year in a row, shared his thoughts on Tomche Shabbos’s impact. “I am continually inspired by the dedication and resilience of Tomche Shabbos,” Senator Weber stated. “Their commitment to alleviating food insecurity and enhancing the lives of Rockland County residents is commendable. Having just spent time packing food boxes with Tomche Shabbos on Chanukah, I was honored to be a part of this remarkable celebration and to support their vital work.”

Michael Specht, Supervisor of the Town of Ramapo, also expressed his admiration for Tomche Shabbos in Ramapo. “Tomche Shabbos has been an invaluable partner in our community’s efforts to address food insecurity,” Supervisor Specht noted. “Their tireless dedication and innovative programs have made a significant difference in the lives of Ramapo residents. We are fortunate to have such a dedicated organization working alongside us.”

The Annual Dinner went beyond the traditional charity gala experience, offering attendees an elegant yet informal smorgasbord, adding a touch of sophistication to the evening. However, the real highlight of the event was the mesmerizing musical performance by the renowned Joey Newcomb. His melodies resonated with the essence of Tomche Shabbos’s mission, leaving a lasting impression on all those present. The kumzitz left attendees filled with the spirit that defines Tomche Shabbos, echoing through the souls of the Rockland community members.

For more than thirty years, Tomche Shabbos has remained steadfast in its commitment to alleviating food insecurity and enhancing the lives of those it serves.

 

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