Purim 2007 in Los Angeles was made memorable by the generosity of Shlomo Yehuda and Tamar Rechnitz, a young couple whose names have become synonymous with philanthropy.
On a recent trip to Israel, Noah Ferentz and his family volunteered at one of Meir Panim’s kitchens and saw first hand the important work being accomplished in feeding thousands of hungry school children.
Kosherexpo 2007, the first dedicated Kosher food and wine exhibition in the UK, was a great success. Over a thousand visitors enjoyed the show, with people coming from Europe and further afield, including both trade and the general public.
Victor and Susan Schmelzer of Columbus, Ohio have always educated their children about the concept of ‘chesed’, the act of unselfishly devoting oneself towards helping less fortunate Jewish people.
Nearly two-dozen members from the Greenburgh Hebrew Center in Dobbs Ferry, New York recently flew to Israel with their spiritual leader, Rabbi Barry Kenter, as part of their mission order to reach out and help families in need at the Meir Panim Relief Center in the heart of Jerusalem.