Donate now and your lifesaving gift will be rushed to the homes of those Israelis who need it most.
The Coronavirus Emergency Fund will enable the Israel365 Charity Fund to
- Send essential supplies to homebound Holocaust Survivors
- Ensure that poor families in Israel don’t go hungry
- Provide for needy children who are not in school
WHY SHOULD YOU HELP ISRAELIS SUFFERING FROM CORONA?
“Because you took refuge in God, no harm will befall you, no disease will touch your tent” (Psalm 91)
With over 500 known cases of COVID-19 in Israel along with tens of thousands in quarantine, Israel is in a state of emergency. Schools and synagogues are closed, hotels, restaurants and museums are shuttered – with no end in sight!
We are in the midst of an unprecedented emergency of Biblical proportions. When reading the news about COVID-19, I feel like I am reading out of Scripture in the ways that God hath suddenly brought a plague onto the whole world striking fear in the hearts of all.
As believers, we must find spiritual meaning in this fearful time and renew our faith in God’s goodness and pray for His mercy while doing whatever we can to support those who are suffering from the effects of the Coronoavirus pandemic.
I have been on the phone today with our partners who are tirelessly working to continue servicing vulnerable and needy Israelis despite the forced closures of many humanitarian facilities throughout Israel.
We are working now to deliver essential supplies to home-bound Holocaust survivors and elderly Jews but we urgently need your help!
Please donate now to the Coronavirus Emergency Campaign and your gift will be rushed to the homes of those who need it most.
Join me in prayer to our Father in Heaven. We beseech our Creator to protect our communities, our families and our loved ones. May the Compassionate God of Israel shield us from the harm of this plague and eradicate the virus from all our homes.
Friends, I know that good will come out of this and I am comforted to know that I can turn to you in our time of need.
Rabbi Tuly Weisz