do you have an address or any additional information about the organization?
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Kimcha d’pischa seems to be a legitimate food drive that is aimed at people who are Jewish during Passover. I am not certain it is so much an organzation as a perceived requirement of the faith. If you are Jewish, I would suggest managing your charity giving through your place of worship.
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If you have a question about a charity go to www.guidestar.org and look it up. If it is not listed there then it is not a federally approved tax exempt entity. If you have a question about an entity, ask them for a copy of their IRS approval letter.