Food Distributions

Twice a year, before Pesach and before Rosh Hashana, the organization distributes food baskets to about 70 families who can't afford to buy the basic necessities for yom tov. The cost of the food basket is $200 and includes a carton of chicken, a carton of drink, fruit and vegetables, fish, eggs, candies for the children and other basic necessities.

The organization ensures that the quantities are sufficient for large families and most important that it should be of the highest quality from the best companies. The fruit and vegetables too are selected from only the best merchandise.
These food baskets are distributed in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Petach Tikva, Rosh Haayin, Elad, Bat-yam, Bnei Brak and Ramla. From year to year we try to spread out to other cities in Israel according to requests we receive.
In this distribution there is no distinction what-so-ever between congregation or origin. The only deciding factor is the financial situation of the family.
These acts of kindness greatly enhance the yom tov for these families and cheer up their children with provisions and quantities that their parents cannot provide during the rest of the year.
We are aiming to increase the number of food baskets that are distributed to a sum of 100 families, which amounts to a total of about 600 people!
You can support a family with a donation of only $200.
May the merit of this mitzvah stand by for you and your children eternally.

Tizku Lemitzvos!

Beautiful Note That We Got From One Of Our Donors

Last year around this time I was asked to help in this wonderful project. At the time, my father in law who had been suffering from Parkinsons for many years had just gone into the hospital. He was having seizures, and had fallen into a coma and was not expected to survive. Doctors found two brain bleeds and operated .
I committed to helping with Mishkan Shaul and they davened for him.

My father in law ,after two weeks woke up from his coma. For the past year he has been doing very well. Last week he was back in the hospital with septic shock.He was not expected to recover. Today he is doing fine.Please include him in tefillot Naim ben Simcha Of course you can depend on us!

Thank you.