Miamians Entertain at Temple Beth Emet’s “Nosh Fest”.
The Nosh Fest is a Jewish Food Festival, raising funds to benefit several South Florida food pantries. It was created by members of Temple Beth Emet in 2009 for the primary purpose of providing food to those in need, given the unprecedented levels of unemployment and economic distress throughout Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach Counties. The event’s organizers also wanted to share Jewish cuisine and culture with its neighbors, and to have fun doing so. Thousands of people in our community attended and enjoyed past Nosh Fest festivities.
The Beneficiaries were Feeding South Florida of Pembroke Park, FL, WECARE Food Pantry of Broward County and Jewish Family Service of Broward County.