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Every year at the seder, we say “Kol dichfin yeitzei veyechol–all who are hungry, come and eat.”

But have you ever stopped to think that perhaps “Kol Dichfin” isn’t as far away from our reality as we might think? Sometimes, “Kol Dichfin” means our neighbors the next house over.

At one of the most important times of the year, a time when families come together and children create memories that they’ll carry for a lifetime, there are those who can’t afford to celebrate the Yom Tov properly.

There are hundreds of families right here in our own community who are struggling to make Pesach. While they should be preparing for the holiday with joy, many of them are anxious and unsure of how they'll manage.

10-year-old Sara should be excited to wear her new Pesach clothes, not stressed about going to shul in an old hand-me-down that's a couple of sizes too small.

Your next door neighbor, Chaim, should be ordering as much matzah as his family needs, not desperately calling matzah bakeries trying to find one that will sell him a couple of boxes on credit.

Your cousin, Chaya, should be planning her Pesach menu down to the last detail, not carefully checking the sales section at Empire Kosher to see if she can cover the basics.

When the family next door can’t make Pesach, it’s our responsibility to be there for them. “Kol Dichfin” starts right here, in our community.

This Pesach, Keren Anash is organizing Maos Chitim for the Crown Heights community, providing funds to 250 local families who are struggling financially.

Will you invite all who are hungry to come and eat?

  • avram pevzner
    $50

  • m z
    $184

  • Avraham Zaetz
    $18

  • Alice Gammal
    $235

    The CSE 7 staff at the Department of Education would like to make a donation in honour of the retirement of Cyrelle Rapps. As a dedicated social worker, she spent countless hours devoted to helping children with special needs and their families.

  • Yeshaya Maness
    $83

  • Avraham Lapine
    $36

  • Menachem Serebryanski
    $200

  • sholom gansburg
    $19

  • Anonymous
    $54

    Refua Schleima for Betzalel Chaim ben Chashia

  • Anonymous A.
    $80

    רפואה שלימה פייגא דבורה חיה מושקא בת שושנה

  • Anonymous
    $25

    For the Yahrzeit on Isru Chag of Yocheved Yehudis bas Shimon

  • Chaya Zwi
    $36

  • Anonymous
    $100

    gut yom tov

  • Yeshaya Maness
    $45

  • D H
    $180

  • Anonymous
    $155

    רפואה שלימה פייגא דבורה חיה מושקא בת שושנה

  • Chiena Avtzon
    $180

  • Mushky Teleshevsky
    $36

  • Joseph Lazar
    $100

  • Anonymous
    $50

 
 
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