A Jewish Humanitarian Response to Poverty

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Walk with us @ Coldest Night of the Year

Grab friends and family and join Ve’ahavta to support those sleeping outside this winter.

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Volunteer @ Ve’ahavta

Get inspired. Take action. Help others.

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Mobile Jewish Response to Homelessness

Street Outreach with Soul

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Ve’ahavta Skills Academy

Creating pathways out of poverty through education. 

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The temperature has dropped and you may be thinking of ways you can safely help our clients. Look no further!

Grab friends and family and join Ve’ahavta for Coldest Night of the Year to support those sleeping outside this winter.

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The Family Sponsorship Event is back and perfect for anyone looking to kick off the new year in a meaningful way!

Help provide much needed clothing, food, and supplies for a local family facing homelessness and poverty.

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Check this page regularly for updates on our COVID safety protocols and how you can help support our clients during this difficult time.

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Looking for help with goal planning as you pursue change in your life?

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Don’t know where to start or how to take your next steps?

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Powerful things happen when a group of determined women come together.

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Inspiration Corner

This is Ivan, a graduate from the Ve’ahavta Skills Academy.

When Ivan sat down with our Director of Development, Brandon Lablong, he told us about how he used to feel quite hopeless and lost. He was not able to maintain steady work but couldn’t figure out why.

With Ve’ahavta’s help and an in-depth assessment, Ivan was able to identify that he has been living his whole life with an undiagnosed condition. Once he had a better understanding of himself, he was able to choose the path right for himself. Listen to his story…

“If I am not for me, who is for me; and if I am (only) for myself, what am I. And if not now, when?” – Hillel, Ethics of the Fathers, 1:14

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