Receiving for Giving
Migdal Ohr’s Chag Saveah for Children campaign is incredibly inspiring, having started in 2003 when a few underprivileged teens had the idea to collect and distribute food to needy families like their own. Rabbi Grossman didn’t just help the teens to realise their vision, he empowered them to create an initiative that would unite people all over Israel to help their communities! We have the opportunity to join Israelis from every segment of society in an effort of incredible love to care for our brothers and sisters in need.
We have the opportunity to join Israelis from every segment of society in an effort of incredible love to care for our brothers and sisters in need, including Migdal Ohr’s own foster families. Meet Sarah, the foster super mummy of 12 wonderful children, who says:
" Dear Friends,
As adults, we take responsibility for our own life and the lives of those around us, raising a child and giving them what they needs. Here at Migdal Ohr, we want to give children the chance to grow up in a healthy place, simulating a happy family. Children come here from broken homes, and there’s always a couple here to fulfill all their needs, both material and emotional. We show our adopted children the unity of marriage, the infinite love between parents and their children, and the inseparable bond between siblings. Like in our own homes, here at Migdal Ohr we want the children to grow up healthy in body and spirit, free to learn and to dream, to develop and be able to succeed. "
Please enable us to reach our target of 40,000 parcels for Migdal Ohr’s Chag Saveah for Children Campaign.
We've Come So Far!
Migdal Ohr helps tens of thousands of needy families throughout the country ahead of the holidays.
For more than a decade, the organization has been holding the Chag Saveah for Children campaign, in which volunteers from all over the Israeli spectrum – secular, ultra-Orthodox, soldiers, school children, celebrities, politicians and members of Knesset – take part.
The spirit of giving and love of Rabbi Grossman unites all around him with the joy of doing and helping others.