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5 Ways MAZON is Fighting Hunger Among Active Duty Military and Veteran Families

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Summer Camp and Social Justice: A Recipe for Tikkun Olam

When I returned to my beloved Camp Alonim this summer to teach 10-12 year olds about hunger, I was excited to pass on the incredible gift I was given so many years ago.

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MAZON at Camp!

We’re ecstatic that our youth work is again taking us to summer camps around the country.

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B’Nai Mitzvah Projects: Spring 5774

We’re so grateful for our young MAZON supporters, who included us in their special celebrations!

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Advocacy in Israel: MAZON visit July 18, 2013

On our last full day of meetings in Israel we visited the warehouse at Leket…

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Advocacy in Israel: MAZON visit July 17, 2013

Today, we had several meetings that continued to highlight for us the that Israeli innovation is not solely in the field of technology.

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Advocacy in Israel: MAZON visit July 16, 2013

Today we traveled to Be’ersheva, the largest city in the Negev desert in southern Israel, to meet with Be’er Sova.

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Advocacy in Israel: MAZON visit July 14, 2013

Abby J. Leibman, President & CEO and Mia Hubbard, Vice President of Programs are in Israel, meeting with our grantees and gaining a deeper understanding of hunger in Israel.

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Advocacy in Israel: A Multi-Generational Commitment to Elderly

Almost 40 years ago, Rabbi Sholo Gamiel took tikkun olam into his own hands by bringing his poverty-stricken elderly neighbors into his own home to provide them with food and care.

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Advocacy in Israel Grantee Profile: Be’er-Sova

Be’er-sova was founded by community members in Be’ersheva who were horrified by seeing people scavenging in trash cans in search of something to eat. Be’er-sova is a play on the name of its location, meaning “Well of Fullness.”

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