The strong desire to contribute to the hostage’s well-being led a shlucha from Brazil to launch a global initiative that combines the power of hafrashas challah with supporting our hostages.
As we go about our daily lives, our hearts are deeply connected to our brothers and sisters in Eretz Yisroel. The strong desire to contribute to their well-being led shlucha Sarah S. from Brazil and her children to launch a global initiative that combines the power of hafrashas challah with supporting our hostages.
The success of the first week saw over 3400 people around the world join, showing the resonance of this collective effort. The mitzvah of challah, cherished by Jewish women for millennia, is seen as an ideal time to daven and seek Hashem’s blessings. Joining this initiative is a unique chance to use the eis ratson of baking challah, uniting women worldwide in fervent prayers for the well-being and swift release of our hostages.
The initiative is simple: each participant chooses one specific hostage to focus on, with the goal of having 40 individuals earnestly davening for each captive. Building on the positive response from the first week, the organizers have revamped the participation process to ensure a streamlined and user-friendly experience for all. Undaunted by challenges, the organizers now aim to fill all 4120 available slots this week.
The organizers warmly invite everyone to join and help spread the word, especially in groups beyond our immediate circles, for a broader and more impactful reach.
To join this global effort, follow the link: tinyurl.com/C4israel.
Together, let’s shake the heavens and bring them home.