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Ukraine Crisis

 
 
We received these appeals from our affiliates at the OU and the Federation. We ask everyone to participate in this noble effort on behalf our brethren in the Ukraine.
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ORTHODOX UNION.
 כל ישראל ערבים זה לזה. Jews are responsible for each other. We know this principle, but we do not always get to see it either in ourselves or in others. Until now.
 As the frightening situation in Ukraine unfolds, we have been granted a window into a world of true Jewish responsibility that is both instructive and profoundly inspiring.
Watch the videos. Hear the stories. We all must stop, consider, and share the distress of those affected by the ravages of the war. And we must learn from those heroes who are showing us what it really means to care.
We ask for your continued generous support as the needs and the costs are mounting daily. Donate now at ou.org/ukraine.
 
In addition to giving, please pray. Pray sincerely for all those affected by this conflict, the wounded, the displaced, and their families. Add something to your private Tefillos and join together in your shul to daven for peace in the world and for a return to safety and tranquility for our brothers and sisters everywhere.
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Jewish Federation of New Jersey
 
Ukraine’s estimated 200,000 Jews rely on the strong presence built up through years of Federation support that is today serving as a lifeline for the community in crisis.
Thankfully, due to your support of Federation's Annual Campaign, our partners and infrastructure are in place to act immediately:
  • Assisting internally displaced people in multiple locations
  • Maintaining critical welfare services
  • Securing five Jewish schools and training staff to manage crisis needs
  • Launching an emergency hotline
  • Purchasing satellite phones to maintain communications across the region
  • Helping people make Aliyah to Israel
  • Securing temporary housing for people in transit
If you would like to designate a gift for Ukraine aid at this time, please
 
Shabbat shalom for one and all,
 
 
We received these appeals from our affiliates at the OU and the Federation. We ask everyone to participate in this noble effort on behalf our brethren in the Ukraine.
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ORTHODOX UNION.
 כל ישראל ערבים זה לזה. Jews are responsible for each other. We know this principle, but we do not always get to see it either in ourselves or in others. Until now.
 As the frightening situation in Ukraine unfolds, we have been granted a window into a world of true Jewish responsibility that is both instructive and profoundly inspiring.
Watch the videos. Hear the stories. We all must stop, consider, and share the distress of those affected by the ravages of the war. And we must learn from those heroes who are showing us what it really means to care.
We ask for your continued generous support as the needs and the costs are mounting daily. Donate now at ou.org/ukraine.
 
In addition to giving, please pray. Pray sincerely for all those affected by this conflict, the wounded, the displaced, and their families. Add something to your private Tefillos and join together in your shul to daven for peace in the world and for a return to safety and tranquility for our brothers and sisters everywhere.
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Jewish Federation of New Jersey
 
Ukraine’s estimated 200,000 Jews rely on the strong presence built up through years of Federation support that is today serving as a lifeline for the community in crisis.
Thankfully, due to your support of Federation's Annual Campaign, our partners and infrastructure are in place to act immediately:
  • Assisting internally displaced people in multiple locations
  • Maintaining critical welfare services
  • Securing five Jewish schools and training staff to manage crisis needs
  • Launching an emergency hotline
  • Purchasing satellite phones to maintain communications across the region
  • Helping people make Aliyah to Israel
  • Securing temporary housing for people in transit
If you would like to designate a gift for Ukraine aid at this time, please
 
Shabbat shalom for one and all,
 
 
We received these appeals from our affiliates at the OU and the Federation. We ask everyone to participate in this noble effort on behalf our brethren in the Ukraine.
------------------------------------------------------------
ORTHODOX UNION.
 כל ישראל ערבים זה לזה. Jews are responsible for each other. We know this principle, but we do not always get to see it either in ourselves or in others. Until now.
 As the frightening situation in Ukraine unfolds, we have been granted a window into a world of true Jewish responsibility that is both instructive and profoundly inspiring.
Watch the videos. Hear the stories. We all must stop, consider, and share the distress of those affected by the ravages of the war. And we must learn from those heroes who are showing us what it really means to care.
We ask for your continued generous support as the needs and the costs are mounting daily. Donate now at ou.org/ukraine.
 
In addition to giving, please pray. Pray sincerely for all those affected by this conflict, the wounded, the displaced, and their families. Add something to your private Tefillos and join together in your shul to daven for peace in the world and for a return to safety and tranquility for our brothers and sisters everywhere.
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Jewish Federation of New Jersey
 
Ukraine’s estimated 200,000 Jews rely on the strong presence built up through years of Federation support that is today serving as a lifeline for the community in crisis.
Thankfully, due to your support of Federation's Annual Campaign, our partners and infrastructure are in place to act immediately:
  • Assisting internally displaced people in multiple locations
  • Maintaining critical welfare services
  • Securing five Jewish schools and training staff to manage crisis needs
  • Launching an emergency hotline
  • Purchasing satellite phones to maintain communications across the region
  • Helping people make Aliyah to Israel
  • Securing temporary housing for people in transit
If you would like to designate a gift for Ukraine aid at this time, please
 
Shabbat shalom for one and all,
 
 
We received these appeals from our affiliates at the OU and the Federation. We ask everyone to participate in this noble effort on behalf our brethren in the Ukraine.
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ORTHODOX UNION.
 כל ישראל ערבים זה לזה. Jews are responsible for each other. We know this principle, but we do not always get to see it either in ourselves or in others. Until now.
 As the frightening situation in Ukraine unfolds, we have been granted a window into a world of true Jewish responsibility that is both instructive and profoundly inspiring.
Watch the videos. Hear the stories. We all must stop, consider, and share the distress of those affected by the ravages of the war. And we must learn from those heroes who are showing us what it really means to care.
We ask for your continued generous support as the needs and the costs are mounting daily. Donate now at ou.org/ukraine.
 
In addition to giving, please pray. Pray sincerely for all those affected by this conflict, the wounded, the displaced, and their families. Add something to your private Tefillos and join together in your shul to daven for peace in the world and for a return to safety and tranquility for our brothers and sisters everywhere.
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Jewish Federation of New Jersey
 
Ukraine’s estimated 200,000 Jews rely on the strong presence built up through years of Federation support that is today serving as a lifeline for the community in crisis.
Thankfully, due to your support of Federation's Annual Campaign, our partners and infrastructure are in place to act immediately:
  • Assisting internally displaced people in multiple locations
  • Maintaining critical welfare services
  • Securing five Jewish schools and training staff to manage crisis needs
  • Launching an emergency hotline
  • Purchasing satellite phones to maintain communications across the region
  • Helping people make Aliyah to Israel
  • Securing temporary housing for people in transit
If you would like to designate a gift for Ukraine aid at this time, please
 
Shabbat shalom for one and all,
Mon, August 15 2022 18 Av 5782