Passover Project

Passover Project 2015_banner (1)Every year, twice a year, during the high holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Pesach, we initiate Operation Hesed (Grace) to provide food packages for families facing financial hardships in Israel. This year, as Pesach is quickly approaching (April 3-10), we are excited to share with you our new goals for this year’s Operation Hesed-Pesach Project. It is on our hearts that as we continue to grow as an organization that we would also prayerfully seek God’s provision to increase the number of people we are able to serve. This is why we are starting a new initiative with a mission to provide food packages for 1,500 families in need. For this coming project, we have created a new fundraising initiative that allows you to choose how many families you would personally like to support. We are praying for God’s guidance and provision to be able to bless 1,500 families, and now we are asking for your involvement.

There are a number of ways that we are seeking your assistance. First and most importantly, we ask that you join us in prayer for Israel and for all of the families that are struggling to put food on the table, especially during the holiday seasons. Secondly, if God leads you to contribute financially to the Operation Hesed project, please go to our fundraising page at:

There you will see a number of ways that you can help us to promote this project. For example, we are asking our friends to share this site with their communities and circle of influence in order that we can spread the work of God in the Land. You can do this via email, social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, or the good old-fashioned word of mouth. Together, we can cover Israel with our prayers and bless her by helping to feed families during the Passover celebrations.

It is our prayer that this fundraising initiative will only serve to foster and connect more families in Israel with others around the world that seek to be a blessing to those in need living in the Land. For believers in Yeshua, Pesach is a time to remember God’s love and faithfulness to deliver the children of Israel from slavery, a gift He also gives to us through the sacrifice of His Son so that we can receive freedom from slavery and life everlasting. Let us share that gift of love with the people of Israel so that they might come to know Him.

I thank you for your constant prayers and support to our ministry and to the people living in the Land.

Blessings in Yeshua,

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Moran Rosenblit

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