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Emergency War Fund

When war broke out on October 7th Pesia's Kitchen sprang into action—realizing that food scarcity would become an issue, we quickly contacted wholesale suppliers of dry goods such as beans, rice, and canned goods. We raised emergency funds and volunteers began delivering easy-to-store food to NGO's in critical areas.

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Pesia's Kitchen is currently contributing in 3 main locations

South Tel Aviv NGO's

Due to the war many restaurants and the tourist industry closed causing huge numbers of low wage individuals who work in these industries to lose their income. Pesia's Kitchen immediately began to deliveries to fifteen smalll NGO's in South Tel Aviv who have strong connections to those affected families. Almost overnight a network of food relief was created were none existed before.


In the small town of Shlomi on the Lebanese border, a steadfast woman has refused to evacuate and is still operating the only commercial kitchen in the entire border area. With rockets and bombs often falling around the town this woman and a handful of volunteers begin every Thursday morning cooking Shabbat meals for over 3000 soldiers.


The Bedouin town of Rahat which receives minimal government support had citizens killed and taken hostage on October 7th. There were real heroes from Rahat who risked their lives to save other Israelis. Some families in Rahat lost their breadwinners that day and desperately need help.

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