Poverty shouldn’t rob children of a happy Purim

All around Israel, Meir Panim is giving needy kids mishloach manot, serving hamenstashen and providing costumes.

This Purim you can make a difference

One in five Israeli children goes hungry. Their parents struggle to provide the basic necessities. While all other kids are planning their costumes and excitedly delivering mishloach manot, these poor children watch from the sidelines, wishing that they too could take part in the excitement. They are waiting for someone to put the happiness into Purim.

Purim Packages

In keeping with Meir Panim’s warm approach, visitors to its center who arrive on Purim will receive two packages of Mishloach Manot – one for them, and one to give to someone else.

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Festive Meal

Every year, Meir Panim offers a Purim Seudah (festive holiday meal) at each of its centers so that no one should go hungry on this day full of giving. 

Costumes for children

The idea that any child should be embarrassed to go to school because they don’t have what to dress up in, is heartbreaking. Now, not only does each child have a costume, but we do our very best to provide them with their dream costume.

Holiday Celebrations

From Kiryat Malachi in the south to Tiberius in the north, hundreds of Israel’s most disadvantaged children, families and elderly people are given the opportunity to listen to the megilah together, eat together and celebrate together, worry free.

The most difficult and most socially isolating time for the needy is around the holidays.

Meir Panim goes the extra mile to help them during the holidays.

Purim is a day full of giving,

Make sure Israel’s poor are able to celebrate this purim.

$15

Give a child a Purim Costume 

No Child Should be left out

$25

Send a family a Purim Package

So that they too can celebrate Purim

$50

Sponsor a Purim Meal

Everyone deserves a Purim Celebration

This Purim, give more than candy. 

Your neighbors will thank you for not sending another plate of unwanted junk. Instead, help Meir Panim give food to those who need it most. 

HElp Israel’s Needy

Everyone deserves a Purim Celebration