Honour their memory with acts of kindness

Food Drive for our boys.

Many of us feel helpless in the face of the tragedy we are experiencing today. I have heard the question asked countless times – “what can we do?”

There is nothing we can do to bring the boys back alive. The little we can do is honour their memory with acts of kindness, to try and allow for some light, goodness, and humanity to shine back into this world.

The campaign is very simple. Anyone, anywhere around the world can participate. During the seven days of mourning for the boys, every time we go grocery shopping, we purchase three extra items – one in memory of each boy. We place them in the donation bin by the exit of the supermarket. A small gesture that will make a difference in another person’s life.


Please visit the event page on facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/738634189512659/?ref_newsfeed_story_type=regular&source=1

Click “attend” to make the pledge, share with your friends, and post when you’ve been shopping.

May we know only simchas.

July 1, 2014 | 2 Comments »

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  1. The best way to honor their memory is to destroy Hamas and Gaza, so that it does not happen again.

    And there is no way to destroy Hamas without taking out its whole breeding ground. Gazans voted for Hamas, and eagerly support it, Nazi salutes and all. So the Gazans are also guilty.

    Gazans wanted this to be a battle to the death, and they want martyrdom (or at least claim they do). So make them happy – end the war once and for all by giving them their martyrdom by the hundreds of thousands.

  2. I hate to burst your bubble but sometimes we think with our heart and not our head. Any grocery store for a donation? What if your donation is feeding anti-semites? Restrict your giving for Jews in need. How about spiritual food? These boys were observant Jews. This Shabbat light your Shabbat candles at dusk. It doesn’t have to be in a shul. Light them at home or a friends house. Carry on the Jewish torch. This is what they would want. Read from the Torah.