In Ukraine, we have had one disastrous year. Revolutions, economic meltdown, and war loom over our heads.
Misha is from Lugansk and his mother is still there, besieged and unable to leave. He was just notified that he will be laid off his job, and what worries him most is that he can’t help his mom.
He will be in synagogue this Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. Can he take for granted that there will be a machzor at his seat?
The Jewish community of Chernigov needs 100 new machzorim, both for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, to handle the influx of people coming to pray.
You can give Misha and dozens of Jews like him the comfort and hope of reading the traditional prayers.
Your help will purchase a set of High Holiday prayer books for the Jews of Chernigov.
9 months of chaos, war and a total economic meltdown
YES! I want to provide the holiday spirit to the battle-worn Jews of Ukraine this Rosh Hashana season, with my tax-deductible gift of:
$72 to provide a set of high holiday Machzorim and a food package to help adestitute family with their basic holiday needs.
$90 to provide a set of High Holiday Machzorim and a hot holiday meal for 2hungry people.
$180 to provide 2 sets of High Holiday Machzorim and 2 food packages to helpdestitute families with their basic holiday needs.
$360 to provide 5 sets of High Holiday Machzorim and hot holiday meals for theentire Rosh Hashana for 5 hungry people
.$500 to provide 5 sets of High Holiday Machzorim and 5 tallits
$900 to provide 10 sets of High Holiday Machzorim and feed 5 familiesthroughout Rosh Hashanah
$1800 to provide 50 destitute families with food packages containing basicnecessities.
Every dollar will help to nourish a precious and deserving Jewish soul.