Passover is observed through maintaining strong family traditions and strict dietary laws. However, struggling Israelis can find the holiday prohibitive to celebrate. One organization comes to their rescue. The Bible states (Exodus 12:17) that the week-long festive holiday of Passover (March 30-April 7), which commemorates the redemption of the ancient Israelites from Egyptian slavery, must... Read more »

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Birkat Kohanim at Western Wall

During Chol Hamoed, the interim days of Passover, life in Israel takes a turn towards rest and relaxation, and people spend time with family and friends.

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Yad Ezra V’Shulamit is at the forefront of the efforts to feed Israel’s hungry when state funding of 13 shekels a family is simply not enough. Passover is around the corner and with it comes the fear of unanticipated financial burdens for many poor families. The list piles up and the cost of food goes... Read more »

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With nearly 31 percent of the approximately 131,000 “single parent” families in Israel living in poverty and two out of every five children going to bed hungry, the need to ensure the success of Israel’s future is pressing today. Providing Israel’s struggling families with proper daily nutrition is a challenge that the global community needs... Read more »

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Purim Baskets

Bring Purim Joy and Blessing to Israeli families who have suffered the pain and trauma of a terror attack. Your gift will touch their hearts and make the holiday celebration extra special!

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