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The holiday of Purim brings happiness and joy at the miraculous saving of the Jewish people. There are Megillah readings, costumes, hamentaschen, Mishloach Manos and festive meals.

But for those whose lives have been forever changed due to terror and war, the celebrations can often be very painful as they remember their losses.

CTVP understands and ensures that the spirit of Purim is brought to these families so that they can share in the joy even though their pain is not forgotten.

They are invited to Megillah readings at Chabad Houses around the country. Deliveries of beautiful Mishloach Manos baskets filled with a variety of foods are sent to their homes.

Chabad of the Five Towns Helps CTVP Pack Purim Gifts for Terror Victims and Soldiers

Chabad of the Five Towns Helps CTVP Pack Purim Gifts for Terror Victims and Soldiers


Chabad Terror Victims Project ( welcomed Rabbi Zalman and Channie Wolowic along with members of their community who were on a Chabad of the Five Towns Israel Mission to Israel and who came to volunteer their time to help CTVP pack thousands of Mishloach Manot gifts for victims of terror and IDF soldiers and their families throughout Israel.

Chabad Shluchim in Israel are preparing teams of thousands of volunteers from all over the country who will arrive on Purim day to visit the families with special wishes for a Happy Purim, and to help bring the joy of Purim into their homes. In addition, they will be visiting thousands of army basis, giving out Mishloach Manot, reading the Megilah and bringing with them the joy of Purim.

This is a massive undertaking as you have thousands of families and hundreds of thousands solders scattered all over the country There are major logistics that go into this, and it takes many months of planning. During Purim itself, hundreds of volunteers will leave the comfort of their home and families in order to bring the Simcha of Purim and Mishloach Manot all across the country. 

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