Support the needy celebrate this years Passover with Dignity in Jerusalem through Yiboneh 2020.
Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic restrictions this year, we unfortunately will not be hosting a large communal Passover Seder as in years past. However, we have committed to see that families in financial stress and lone soldiers will be provided ready made meals for the Seder night to be delivered to their home. Due to the initial contributions of several dedicated donors we had already raised at the beginning of this campaign, which was enough for half of meals to be distributed, we need your assistance to raise enough money to provide for 200 meals. Also, in years past, contributions would come in all different ways, from meetings in shul, the personal sale of chometz by way of power of attorney, at the HaGalat Keilim station set up next to my home and just walking down the street in Jerusalem, people would give us money to distribute to the needy for the holiday.This process of collecting donations is not happening this year. We would like to continue to help as many as we can this year with financial help for the holiday.
Your contribution will go a long way towards enriching the next generation, strengthening Jewish identity, faith and observance by allowing us to reach out to the most in need.
We invite you to become familiar with the work the Yiboneh Jerusalem (Jerusalem shall be built) is already engaged in, and to partner with us in building Jerusalem one soul at a time. Please support our outreach efforts by sponsoring several meals for those in need.
Each meal consists of Shmura Matzot, Wine, Charoset, Fish appetizer, Soup (matza balls on the side), Roasted Chicken, Potato Kugal, Dessert. All under the Hashgacha of Bedatz. (No Kitniot/ No Gbrauchts (except for the matza balls - optional)
We are looking forward to your assistance by contributing toward the cost of those meals provided to those in need at this time.
Wishing everyone Harbeh Briut and a Chag Kosher V'Someach,
Wishing everyone a Healthy and Happy Kosher Passover.
Rabbi Aaron Dovid and Bina Poston