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America Eats for Israel 2017 a Big Success for Israel’s Hungry

On May 15th, communities across the United States joined together in dining at participating Kosher restaurants to feed hungry Israelis. Jewish students in multiple U.S. cities worked for months to recruit local restaurants. Schools and groups included the Atlantic Seaboard NCSY, Beth El Hebrew School, Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School, Krieger Schechter Day School, Ner […]


Sderot Youth Club Building a Future for Youth at Risk

The “Bomb Shelter Capital of the World,” Israel’s southern city of Sderot, was recently toured by world-renowned Cantor Avi Albrecht. Albrecht, a long-term Board Member of American Friends of  Meir Panim, was particularly interested in the work of the Meir Panim-sponsored Ben Gurion Youth Club, which provides a safe haven for the city’s children. Daniel […]

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Hebrew Academy of Nassau County Students Choose Meir Panim for Mitzvah Project

  We were thrilled to learn that the Lower School students of Hebrew Academy of Nassau County chose American Friends of Meir Panim for their Maot Chittim project this year. Their tireless efforts resulted in a generous contribution and went toward Meir Panim’s holiday food packages for Passover, giving sustenance to thousands of needy Israelis.  

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Want to Help Israel’s Hungry? All You Have to Do Is EAT!

On Monday, May 15, 2017, communities across the United States will join together in dining at participating Kosher restaurants to feed hungry Israelis. 10% of proceeds will go toward funding Meir Panim’s Restaurant-Style Soup Kitchens in Israel. 1.7 million Israelis live in poverty – and 800,000 of them are vulnerable children. For more than a […]

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A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words as Thousands Helped for Passover

Jews all over the world just completed the week-long celebration of the Passover holiday. Passover commemorates the birth of the Jewish nation through their miraculous exodus from ancient Egypt. Though the holiday is festive in spirit, Jewish law dictates that only unleavened and specially-prepared foods can be eaten throughout the entire holiday. This can be […]