Shorefront Jewish Community Council serves up Passover meals with iPads

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The Shorefront Jewish Community Council is allowing people to pick their Passover meals via a virtual pantry.

Clients are now using iPads to pick out the Passover food they need with volunteers guiding them through their choices.

The iPad Pantry is a program funded by the Met Council, the Shorefront Jewish Community Council and the United Jewish Appeal Federation.

Rachel Krish of Shorefront Jewish Community Council says that volunteers will also go to people's homes to have them sign up and then they can come in and choose what they want.

Organizers say the virtual pantry gets their clients in and out in 15 minutes.

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