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Package Delivery

Passover Package Delivery

DOROT’s Passover Package Delivery brings hundreds of older adults and volunteers together to share warmth and companionship. Join us this March in Manhattan or Westchester to deliver a thoughtful, seasonal care package and connect with an older neighbor!

“It was wonderful! The visit from these two remarkable young women was like a breath of fresh air. Cannot thank them and DOROT enough!” - Sheila (DOROT senior)

“Delivering the Passover packages was what I call a ‘WOW’. I cannot remember a better organized volunteer experience. ” – Gabe G. (volunteer)

Dates: Sunday, March 26 (Manhattan & Westchester) and Monday, March 27 (Manhattan only)


Manhattan: East Side: Moise Safra Center (130 E. 82nd Street) and West Side: DOROT (171 W. 85th Street)

Westchester: DOROT Westchester (925 Westchester Avenue, White Plains)

Here's how it works:

1. Pick up a Passover care package 

2. Deliver the package to an older adult

3. Connect with the older adult by phone for a visit or friendly phone call


Manhattan: Adults ages 18+ and families with children 10-17

Westchester: Adults ages 18+ 

Time Commitment: 1-time commitment of about 90 minutes

Requirements: a valid, US government issued photo ID for participants ages 18+. 

DOROT requires all volunteers to wear a mask while participating in the Package Delivery program. 



  • Adults (ages 18+): Register HERE

  • Families with children 10-17: Register HERE

Westchester: Register HERE

Group Volunteering: Interested in volunteering with your corporation or community group? Sign up for Passover Package Delivery as a group. Minimum group size is 12 participants, and all must be age 18+.

DOROT deeply appreciates the generosity of Marilyn and Stanley Katz who help sustain our Passover Package Delivery Program. We are also grateful to the estate of Sanford H. Goldstein for its support of DOROT's Holiday Package Delivery programs. Thank you to the Moise Safra Center for hosting DOROT’s East Side Package Delivery.

The Westchester Package Delivery is funded through the US Department of Health and Human Services -- Administration on Aging (AOA), New York State Office for the Aging, Westchester County Department of Senior Programs and Services.