Chabad of Venice  "Coronavirus Relief Fund"

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 There will be a time in the near future, God willing, the virus, and its' challenging reality will be behind us.
Some have lost loved ones, some are in need of prayers for health, others need a blessing for their very difficult financial state.
Each and Every one of you are in our hearts and prayers.

Chabad of Venice was here. Chabad of Venice is here. Chabad will forever be here for everyone in our community.

During times such as these, the need is more than ever. 
Chabad of Venice has not stopped working to help our community with over 300 food packages, groceries, and emergency bills.
100's of weekly check-in calls by our staff and volunteers. Virtual classes, services and Hebrew school via phone calls and Zoom.

In addition, during the coronavirus, we have launched the "Shabbat Love Packages"
Each week, over 50 meals will be delivered to the homebound, the seniors who cannot leave their homes,
and to those that can use a "pick me up" during these challenging times.
There is NO CHARGE for these meals and packages.

How can YOU assist?

I would like to support this project by making a donation!

I would like to help deliver packages on any Friday.

I would like to order a Shabbat Love Package for myself or someone in need.
Suggested donation $36 per package.  
All orders must be in by Wednesday 10 am.  

Some responses we received this week, from the people that received the Shabbat love Packages:
(* Names has been changed to protect their privacy)

Peter * (age 92)
I needed to go buy food this week, but it was pouring rain on Friday. I wasn't sure how to get out of my house when Chabad called and delivered a Shabbat Love Package. What a miracle, I didn't need to go out in this terrible weather and I was fed a delicious meal!

Kim * (battling cancer)
I was not able to leave my home, due to my low immunity from the cancer that I am battling. Chabad called and told me a Shabbat love package was on the way. I cant' tell you how it not only warmed by body, but my heart as well. You were a light in this very dark time.

Barbara * (young woman who is ill)
I haven't left my house in days. My sister keeps calling me from New York, begging me to go out and get some food, but I haven't had the strength. Chabad called and said they are delivering a Shabbat Love Package. I have no words to tell you how that meal literally saved my life today.

Susan * 
I have been going through such a challenging time for the past few weeks, as a close relative of mine has the virus. The Shabbat Love Package came at such perfect timing, right when my heart needed a hug.


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