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Passover Campaign
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Dear Friends!

Can you help us to help others?

Will you be one of our partners this Passover in distributing 2000 Holiday Guides, Shmurah Matzahs, making public Seders, visiting senior centers and helping those in need? Thank you!

We begin the Passover seder with the Hagaddah’s words, "All who are hungry come and eat; all in need come and join the Passover ritual." This attitude sets the tone for the seder, for Passover and for the entire year. We as a community are responsible for one another, for the material and spiritual needs of our brothers and sisters.

Chabad of the Shoreline is dedicated to this idea all year long. We open our doors to everyone. We are committed to helping all Jews on the Shoreline in every possible way, and our programming reflects that commitment. Chabad offers ongoing classes and lectures, Shabbat dinners and holiday celebrations, calendars and publications, hospital and hospice visitation, events for children and seniors and everyone in between.

At Chabad your donation goes very far. Your support allows us to provide an ever widening circle of people on the Shoreline with opportunities to deepen their connection to their Judaism.

Thank you for joining the effort to spread goodness, community, and the light of Torah across the Shoreline.

Rabbi Yossi & Rochel Baila Yaffe
Chabad-Lubavitch of the Shoreline

Bringing Judaism To life!

We Thank Our Recent Partners
$36
Mike Makara
$36
michael makara
$36
Anonymous
$36
Richard Lew
Jeremy Bixon
$36
Samuel Rader
Our Parents
$36
Ronald Goldfarb
Our Parents
$180
Howard Davis
Yizkor donation in memory of Howard's father and Elaine's mother and father