Masbia held a successful fundraising breakfast at the home of Aaron and Tzipora Laub in Kew Gardens Hills, Queens on Sunday, June 9. The Laub family, who have been long-time supporters of Masbia, opened up their home both figuratively and literally, to friends, neighbors, Masbia supporters, rabbis, community leaders, elected officials, and candidates for elected office, to raise money for the soup kitchen network. Roughly 100 people came in and out Sunday morning, to eat, hang out and offer their financial support to Masbia. Among the guests were Congresswoman Grace Meng, State Senator Joseph Abado, Assemblyman Michael Simanowitz, Barbara Baruch from the office of Comptroller John Liu, and two candidates for elected office Melinda Katz who is running for Borough President and Rory Lancman who is running for City Council. All the rooms of the Laub house, including a deck and backyard, were open to the guests, who were offered a lavish assortment of Kosher breakfast foods.