Passover Seder Goes Virtual For A Good Cause
NEW YORK (WCBS 880) – An ages-old tradition has gone high-tech.
Virtualseder.com hopes to get people around the Passover table through social media. It allows users to host a Passover dinner for $36 a table.
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“When they get their name over the table, they can then invite all of their freinds to come and put something on their virtual seder table,” says Robert Socolof of the Virtual Passover Seder Table Project.
LINK: Host Your Virtual Seder!
Each item costs $18 and Socolof says proceeds benefit the Schneider Children’s Medical Center of Israel, located outside of Tel Aviv.
“It’s a lot like the hospital it supports. It’s colorful, it’s fun, and it’s interactive,” Socolof said.
The hospital treats children regardless of race, religion, nationality or ability to pay .
The seder has all the traditional choices, but Socolof says the matzo ball soup seems to be the most popular choice so far.
And the best part: there are no dishes to wash!