Meir Panim: Providing Israel’s Impoverished Citizens with Life-Saving Meals.

The Church of Jerusalem and the Christian nation is supporting the poor and hungry people of Israel……..

Join Pastor Don Roy Hemingway today. Will you help us to help them?????

Three times a year—on the festival of Pesach, on the festival of Shavuot, and on the festival of Sukkot—all your males shall appear before Hashem your God
in the place that He will choose.

The above verse commands every Jew to make a pilgrimage to the Beit Hamikdash and appear before Hashem in the Temple on three major festivals: Pesach, Shavuot and Sukkot. In the times of the Temple, Jews would ascend to the Temple Mount to offer sacrifices to Hashem. These three annual pilgrimages ensured that the Jewish people continued to make frequent visits to the Temple and that their connection to Hashem remained strong throughout the year. Pesach, Shavuot and the Feast of Tabernacles remain central to Jewish life in Israel. Unfortunately, there are many needy Israelis who cannot afford to celebrate these holidays in any sort of meaningful way due to financial troubles. Meir Panim, one of Israel’s oldest charitable organizations, distributes additional provisions to Israel’s impoverished during the holiday season to make sure that no Israeli goes hungry. All donations made to Meir Panim will now be matched, doubling the impact of any gift.

Please, Celebrate Israel’s 70th Anniversary by helping Israel’s neediest citizens!

You can play a role to ensure that Israel’s impoverished citizens have food to eat!

Your gift to Meir Panim will go directly to feeding those who need your help the most: children, seniors, the disabled, and the working poor who simply cannot make ends meet.

Celebrate Israel’s 70th Anniversary by DOUBLING your impact to help Israel’s neediest citizens!

In celebration of Israel’s 70th birthday, you can play a special role in helping the Jewish homeland’s neediest citizens. When you donate to Meir Panim, you ensure that every Israeli has a nutritious meal during Rosh Hashanah and all year long. With your help, we can shine a light for hungry Israelis living in despair.

Israel may be known as the “Start-Up Nation,” but there are still countless innocent children, struggling families, elderly citizens including Holocaust survivors, and disabled people going to sleep with empty stomachs every night. Behind the busy streets in cities throughout Israel, there are homes with empty refrigerators and people in dire need of help.

You can lend a hand – and your heart. You can feed Israel’s hungriest people.

$140,000 for 40,000 meals. All in honor of Israel’s 70th birthday. All thanks to your generosity.

Can you imagine what it is like for an elderly woman who simply does not have enough money to buy both medicine and food? How does she decide which is more important?

Can you imagine a little boy opening a refrigerator only to find empty shelves? How does a mother tell her son that he will go to bed hungry that night?

That’s why your gift to Meir Panim will go directly to feeding those who need your help the most: children, seniors, the disabled, and the working poor who simply cannot make ends meet.

Because of you, a child will go to bed with a full stomach. Because of you, a senior will feel the comfort of a hot meal. Because of you, someone experiencing the pains of hunger will know the feeling of relief.

This cause is so important that a group of generous donors has agreed to match each dollar donated to this campaign. That means you can have DOUBLE the impact on feeding Israel’s most impoverished so that they can live healthier lives.

Please give to help us ensure that not a single Israeli child goes to bed hungry. Help us give parents peace of mind so that they do not have to watch their children suffer. Help us deliver nourishing meals to seniors and the disabled. For a person who is hungry, your gift will make all the difference in the world.

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