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SWFS 1.png share your bread with the hungry, and to take the wretched poor into your home; when you see the naked, to clothe them...

Isaiah 58:7

When I was first accepted to HUC-JIR, I requested to study on the New York campus, in part because I already knew I wanted to be involved with the Soup Kitchen. I am now on its leadership team:  heading up the kitchen, ordering supplies, and supervising meal service.

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For me, food is love. Providing nutritious meals and warm clothing for people who experience food insecurity or homelessness has been one of the most meaningful and fulfilling experiences of my time as a rabbinical student.


I am thankful that, even during Covid-19, the opportunity to do this holy work continues. I am excited to help train the next cohort of students to take the reins, just as my predecessors passed this gift to me.

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