Because of your generosity, Israeli children will not go hungry.
Poverty in God’s holy land has reached an all time high. Over half a million families are desperately struggling to put food on the table and feed their precious families.
With the coming high holidays, the struggle is even bigger. How can they honor God and make the holy blessings over the wine and challah bread when they have no money for either. We heard the plea of these hardworking Israelis. Most of them are working multiple jobs, yet with the cost of living going up, buying necessary basics has become near impossible.
How could we sleep in our warm beds at night, knowing that thousands of Israeli children are going to sleep hungry?
This year we are partnering with food charities across the land of Israel, who believe like us, that no matter how hard on your luck you may be, you are deserving of dignity and respect! Our partner charities deliver healthy and nutritious food that doesn’t look anything like a charity handout. In fact it looks just like a regular grocery delivery!
No one struggling should feel added shame or judgment, not from his neighbors or even his kids.
To an outsider, it looks just like a regular grocery bag, but to the families we deliver to, it is a bag that brings life-changing relief.
Our giving is discrete and honoring of each individual.
God does not forsake his children and we know that living by our holy biblical tenants, we are asked not just to see their pain but to do something about it.
Biblical giving isn’t just giving, it’s giving done right. We give anonymously, protecting the self-respect of the vulnerable among us and we make sure that these bags are stepping stones to financial independence.
Your donation is not only helping Jewish Israeli families celebrate the high holidays but allows them to stay out of debt and pay their rent and utilities.
Our food bags are packed by at-risk-youth volunteers in donated grocery bags and then sensitively delivered at night right to the families door.
What better way to give than this?