Letterhead 2018


We are so excited because it's time for one of our favorite feel-good Jewish events — Mishloach Manot!

Mishloach Manot, the giving of gifts on Purim, has been a tradition since the days of Esther and Mordechai. At Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills, we continue this mitzvah of sharing kindness among our community of friends, family, clergy, and staff with our gifts of Mishloach Manot. Every year, volunteer congregants deliver Purim gifts to every Temple Emanuel congregant. We send our good wishes for a happy holiday to each other by supporting the program. The themed gifts are wonderful to receive and are a thoughtful, caring gesture by the giver. The BEST part is that we do all the work for you and all you need to do is ENJOY!

Online Option Through The Purim Project Website… It’s As Easy As 1, 2, 3! 

1. Look for an email from TEBH@comsend.com.

This email will contain a link for you to access your personalized selection page on www.PurimProject.com.

2. Follow the easy steps and your Mishloach Manot will be delivered

3. Remember that the deadline is Friday, February 16, 2018.


Paper Option: 

1. Click the button below to download the temple roster and forms

2. Print and check the boxes next to the names of the people to whom you wish to send Mishloach Manot.

3. The cost is tiered:

$4.00 each for the 1st 25 people on your list,

$3.50 each for the next 25 people on your list,

$3.00 each for the 51st person and each additional person

OR $720.00 to send to the entire congregation

You can also order for non-members for $25.00 each (For pick up only. Non-member baskets will not be delivered.)

4. Fill out the forms and return them to the temple, along with your completed Temple Emanuel roster, and your payment, no later than Friday, February 16, 2018.

5. Gifts will be delivered prior to Purim. 

A Mitzvah

Participation in this project is a true mitzvah! When you send a Purim gift, you are also contributing to Temple Emanuel and this year, we partner with Baked T'Shuvah, whose artisanal challah is baked by residents of Beit T'Shuvah, a non-profit recovery community. Baked T'Shuvah will feed our hungry and homeless neighbors with challah sandwiches on Purim. United, we can be powerful changemakers and heal the world just like Esther and Mordechai!!!

Additionally, you can also help by volunteering to assemble and deliver these gifts, which is a really wonderful and worthwhile experience. (Student volunteers can receive community service credit.) Email us at Julie@tebh.org if you would like to volunteer. 

We hope that you enjoy the ease and simplicity of participating in Mishloach Manot online, and, more importantly, the fun of receiving your special gift in celebration of Purim. 

From all of us at Temple Emanuel, we wish you a Chag Sameach!