Sukkot

Every year during Sukkot, we invite friends and family into our sukkah to enjoy a communal meal. Traditionally, we are taught to extend an invitation to the needy members of our community as well. Whether symbolically or more literally, Sukkot is the perfect time to share your hospitality and good fortune to help improve the lives of the most vulnerable among us, including the millions of Americans facing hunger. We hope you will utilize MAZON’s Sukkot materials and contact Paul Sherman, Outreach Manager, with any questions.

Sukkot Activities
Explore options for social action activities and discussions during your Sukkot observances.
Sukkot Posters
Honor the tradition of welcoming ushpizin (guests) into your Sukkah by printing stories of real people facing hunger. Print and display these posters in your congregational or personal sukkah to spark conversations.

Your community can help end hunger.

Many of us participate in food drives during the Sukkot season to help to those facing hunger locally. Please consider taking this one step further by fundraising for MAZON's work to change the systems and policies that allow hunger to persist.

Stories

Sharing stories of people struggling with food insecurity is a powerful way to help your community better understand the realities of who is hungry in America today and why. MAZON’s This Is Hunger program includes stories that are ideal for sharing in sermons or Sukkot study sessions.

This is Hunger

“If sickness comes along, it can drain all your money in one day. That’s what happened to me.”

“I never imagined I’d get to this age and this would be my life... but if I could get $40 or $50 in food stamps, I could feed myself.”

“When my food stamps run out, it’s kinda scary not knowing if I'm gonna have any money to eat tomorrow.”

“We were one of those couples that purchased the house we could afford...”

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