Clothes for Pesach

March 22, 2016 by J-Wire Staff
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Two Sydney organisations will pair up next month to run a pop-up free Pesach Clothing Store will pop-up for one day only catering to those in our community in genuine need of new clothing for Passover.

Faye De Lany

Faye De Lanty

Rabbi Mendel Kastel, CEO of Jewish House and Andie Halas, Director of Thread Together want to fulfil the need for individuals and families to feel confident by looking good over Pesach.

Rabbi Mendel Kastel

Rabbi Mendel Kastel

“Thread Together was thrilled to respond to Rabbi Kastel’s request to facilitate a full pop-up Wardrobe before Pesach for those in the Jewish community in genuine need. It is the start of what will be a very substantial relationship with Jewish House in supporting all people in need under their care,” Andie Halas, Director of Thread Together said.

Creative Eco-Fashion Stylist Faye De Lanty, who appears regularly on Channel 9 and in magazines, will give people ideas on what to wear and how to wear it by mixing and matching ensembles, understanding styles, cuts and fabrics.

For those in genuine need of new clothes, register by sending an email to: or calling (02) 9386 0770, supplying names, genders and sizes.

A location in Bondi will be supplied on confirmation.

The store will open on Sunday, April 10 between 10am – 3pm

Brand new clothing will be available for men, women and children of all sizes..but subject to availability.


One Response to “Clothes for Pesach”
  1. Pinchos Woolstone says:

    Mendel another great initiative.
    א פרייליכען פורים

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