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  • How do I submit a family/person to send a treat to?
    Click on the location that the family/person lives in, and follow the instructions to fill out and submit the Google form. If you don't fill out the form, we won't have the necessary information and won't be able to send the treats.
  • How do I know which areas you deliver to?
    When you click on a location's form, it will specify which areas they deliver to within their location. If you have any questions you can always email them and ask them.
  • What is your pricing?
    Our pricing is FREE! We do not charge a fee to send treats to someone. The only time we may ask you to pay is if we can't arrange to get the treats to your desired location with our current delivery system. Then, we may give you the option to pay for a taxi/delivery person to that further location. Of course, that choice is ultimately yours!
  • How many families can I send to?
    We ask that you only submit one family per week, so we give everyone an equal opportunity to send treats.
  • Can I send to the same person more than once?
    Yes, though we ask that you limit the family to once a month so we can send treats to as many additional families as possible.
  • Can I send to myself?
    If you need cheering up, sure. We all need it sometimes - no judgement here :)
  • Do you have a hashgacha?
    No. Since, we are a chessed not a business, we don't currently have a hashgacha. Each brand runs independently and uses the heimishe hechsherim of their location. Generally the hechsherim they use will be listed on the form, as well as on the box of treats. It's ultimately up to you if you feel the person you are sending treats to will be comfortable with this.
  • How can I volunteer?
    Email the branch of the location you'd like to volunteer and ask them how you be of service - we're always trying to find ways to get others involved!
  • How can I sponsor a week?
    Either email your Cheer Up Treats branch or email: and we'll guide you through the sponsorship process! Tizku L'mitzvos!
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