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Millions of Israelis can’t afford Passover.
This year the coronavirusis making it impossible.

FEED DISADVANTAGED ISRAELIS THIS PASSOVER

You can join a global effort to raise $200,000 for the poor of Israel

Cam Freedlund

$135.00, Meir Panim gets $135.00 April 5, 2020
For most families, Passover is expensive.

BUT THIS YEAR, IN THE MIDST OF A CRISIS, IT’S NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE

Meals-on-Wheels

Our program is expanding minute by minute as the needs for Israelis rise

Holiday Food Packages

Our distribution list keeps growing longer and longer each day

Sima, 74, Jerusalem

Sima, a Holocaust Survivor, is stuck at home with the fear of the virus looming over her head. It was never easy to buy food and now it’s impossible. With Passover around the corner, Sima feels hopeless.

Liat, 36, Tiberias

Liat is struggling to buy enough food to keep her and her 2 children from going hungry. Since the coronavirus outbreak, she was laid off and out of a job. Liat doesn’t know where her next meal will come from, let alone making food for Passover.

Eli, 17, Sderot

Eli has been suffering from PTSD ever since he can remember. Living in Sderot under constant rocket fire is traumatizing for any child, including Eli. His Neighborhood Youth Center is closed because of the regulations regarding coronavirus and he needs support.

In Israel, 1.8 Million People Go Hungry

This year with covid-19 destroying the economy, the number keeps rising.

10 meals
($45)

50 meals
($225)

100 meals
($540)

250 Meals
($1125)

1000 Meals
($4500)

American Friends of Meir Panim is a registered 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, registered under EIN Number 20-1582478
Donations to American Friends of Meir Panim are Tax Deductible in the USA