A 3-minute video created by Chabad of Tel Aviv has been garnering tens of thousands of views with its message of unity and care.
While Israel is undergoing a period of turmoil and division, Chabad of Tel Aviv is laser-focused on its mission of bringing the basics of Pesach to all who may be in need.
Before Pesach, as with every Yom Tov, Chabad fields countless requests for help with food and other basic necessities. With prices at an all-time high, more and more families are in need of aid.
The Central Chabad Tel Aviv, led by Rabbi Joseph Gerlitzky the Rebbe’s emissary to Tel Aviv-Jaffa, have taken it upon themselves to distribute food and Pesach essentials [LINK] to as many Tel Avivians as possible.
Chabad has been a uniting force in Tel Aviv, bringing people from all walks of life together to help pack care packages for those in need.
As one helper put it: “I passed through a busy square with my daughter and saw Chabad packing boxes. Somehow, I knew their attitude was exactly what we needed… that sense of unity and giving we felt as we helped with the packing was a balm to the soul”.
Our community has a longstanding tradition of Kimcha D’Pischa, and Chabad of Tel Aviv is running a charitable campaign to gather contributions to better help all who await Pre-Pesach packages.
Whether before Pesach or beyond, all fifty one Chabad centers of Tel Aviv are passionate about sharing Judaism with love, joy & warmth.
As the city reels from recent events, Chabad serves as a uniting presence, welcoming all and working tirelessly to see that everyone received a kind word or a helping hand.
Donate TODAY to help fund care packages for families and individuals, public sedarim, and many more activities.
Every contribution you give will contribute to Jewish Unity in Tel Aviv and have an enormous ripple effect.
This is a joint effort—they cannot do it without you. Now is the time to donate.
The true spirit of Hakhel is alive and well in Tel Aviv—and you can be part of it.
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With best wishes for a Kosher and Freilichen Pesach