A Jewish Humanitarian Response to Poverty

An Evolution

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Volunteer @ Ve’ahavta

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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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Give your friends and family a beautiful card to let them know you’re thinking of them AND do a big mitzvah by supporting Ve’ahavta’s critical work.

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Our clients urgently need items that we’re running low on in our warehouse. Got gently used summer items that you don’t need anymore?

Donate them to our clients so they can beat the heat this summer!

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Want to make a difference in the lives of others? Volunteer with Ve’ahavta and we guarantee you will!

Whether you are looking for a project to do with your family, need those 40 hours of volunteer service, want a weekly commitment, or have a group who want to give back to their community, we have a volunteer role that will suit your needs.

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More than just food prep. Prep for success! Register today for our Recipe for Success Program.

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Homelessness and poverty are complex, systemic issues that require supports that meets people where they’re at.

That’s why Ve’ahavta has a series of programs that create transformative change in the lives of both our clients and volunteers.

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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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