5 Ways MAZON is Fighting Hunger Among Active Duty Military and Veteran Families
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.
MAZON at Camp!
We’re ecstatic that our youth work is again taking us to summer camps around the country.
B’Nai Mitzvah Projects: Spring 5774
We’re so grateful for our young MAZON supporters, who included us in their special celebrations!
Advocacy in Israel: MAZON visit July 18, 2013
On our last full day of meetings in Israel we visited the warehouse at Leket…
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.”