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Hesed


Our community is at its strongest when we care for one another in times of need.


Hesed (loving kindness) comes in many forms: reaching out in times of loss or hardship, delivering a meal, running an errand, or extending a Shabbat invitation. Sometimes we need hesed, and sometimes we’re in the perfect position to offer it to another. Olam Hesed Yibaneh- Let’s build a world, and a community, of loving-kindness.

Volunteer to Help

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IKAR’s Hesed Network delivers care packages, Shabbat baskets, prepared meals, and timely assistance to IKAR members in times of loss, illness, and recovery. By joining the Hesed Network in your neighborhood, you’ll receive emails that ask you to volunteer to support fellow IKARites in your community.

In Need of Support

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“Do not separate yourself from the community.” —Pirkei Avot 2:5

 

-Support with physical wellbeing
-Support with emotional/spiritual wellbeing
-Meet the Hesed Team
-Rabbinic support