Project Spotlight: Clothing Cards for Children in Need This Passover

Project Spotlight: Clothing Cards for Children in Need This Passover

Credit:A young boy shops for new Passover clothes (photo: IFCJ)

The Fellowship is making sure Passover is truly a celebration this year for thousands of children in need in Israel. Though a partnership with a national clothing chain, we are distributing 15,000 clothing cards to children who participate in Department of Welfare after-school programs.

Tragically, one in three Israeli children lives below the poverty line, and many of these kids have never had new clothing, let alone the opportunity to go shopping for new clothes.

Volunteers recently accompanied some of these children as they went shopping with their clothing cards, and the joy and excitement these children exuded on the trip was a blessing to all involved.

Join us in saving lives this Passover! 

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