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Ohav Emeth thanks outgoing President Jay Dobin and his administration for their service to our shul. We wish incoming President Steven Steinhart, Esq. and his administration hatzlacha.

Chai Lifeline Fundraiser

Please visit or mail checks payable to Chair Lifeline to: Weitzner Family, 1228 East 13 Street; Brooklyn, NY 11230

Community Initiatives:

Gloves and masks

Hatzolah has been getting requests for assistance with obtaining surgical masks and gloves due to people not being able to find them anywhere.

In response to the requests, we are trying to make a bulk order at this
time. Taking supply-shortages into account, there is a max of 20 surgical masks/family, and 2 x boxes of powder- free vinyl gloves (sized either medium or XL).
Gloves = $8/box of 100
Surgical Masks = $1/mask

NOTE: This is for the local community only. Please send an e-mail to in the following format:
Subject: Please write “COVID”
Body: Write Name, Address, Cell number, and quantity of masks/gloves

The current circumstances present a unique opportunity to perform acts of chessed with our fellow community members. The Vaad will be establishing two separate committees in order to provide support and assistance during this critical time.

Emergency Parnasa Initiative (EPI) – Undoubtably, the current situation will affect the income of members in our community. We are setting up a committee that will identify specific needs and allocate the necessary support and funds to individuals. When there was a community-wide appeal in 2009, members responded with extreme generosity, and we were able to help both the unemployed and the underemployed with dignity. We hope that the community will respond similarly during this time of crisis. If you are interested in participating on this important committee, please contact Rabbi Gedaliah Jaffe at


Important Message from the Vaad HoRabonim
Emergency Parnassah Initiative
Our community is relaunching the EPI, Emergency Parnassah Initiative, to lend assistance to those whose Parnassah has been effected by the current pandemic, and the worsening economic situation.
Please click on the link to see an important video message from the Robbonim of the Vaad HoRabonim of Raritan Valley.
VAAD Tzedakah message
Please make checks payable to 
Congregation Ohav Emeth 
With memo mark 

Giddy's Pizzeria is trying to help the staff at both, Robert Wood Hospital & St. Peter's Hospital.  We are accepting New (unused) N95 respirator masks to donate to the hospitals for thedoctors, nurses and the rest of the staff to use to help treat and serve all that need their help. If you bring in a new (unused) N95 respirator mask, you will receive 10% off your restaurant menu order.

Please help us help those who help you.

233 Route 18
East Brunswick,  NJ 

Please share with all you know.

APPEAL FOR TZEDAKAH from OE Tzedakah Fund.

The demand for tzedakah in our community and others remains as strong as ever. The Rabbi’s Tzedakah Fund is being depleted to meet these needs. Please be so kind as to contribute to this fund to enable those in need to continue to receive the help they require. Please make checks payable to Ohav Emeth and indicate “Tzedakah Fund” in the memo. Thank you for your generosity

Tzedakah & Chesed Opportunities


Seeking volunteers. Free EMT training. If you wish to join, call 732-993-8645 or email Currently seeking dispatchers. Interested? Want to learn more? Join us for an informational meeting on Motzi Shabbos Oct 20. Email for info. To donate to Hatzolah, call 732-993-8645/write checks to “Chevra Hatzolah of Middlesex County” mail to P.O. Box 778 Edison, NJ 08818.


  HP First Aid Squad


Highland Park Eruv
* Follow us on Twitter: @hp_eruv
* Contact David Weintraub with questions
* Email updates: sign up on website

Delivering meals         KOSHER MEALS ON WHEELS

Kosher Meals on Wheels seeks a volunteer to deliver meals to the homebound in HP on Thurs AMs.  Pick-up in Metuchen, expected time is 2 hrs/week. Also looking for sub drivers – those who can be available on-call. Call Sara 732-777-1940.


We are organizing the learning of mishnayos for Phil Machlin, zt'l. His Hebrew name is Pinchas Aryeh ben Yosef Mordechai. Please use the link here to sign up: signup.php?id=6617 Anything that can be done to assist in this endeavor, whether by learning mishnayos or publicizing this mitzvah, is greatly appreciated. Please contact Albert Mitzner with any questions. Thank you for your consideration.

Mon, October 26 2020 8 Cheshvan 5781