The holiday of Purim is very unique. We are told of an unusual obligation on that day. We are instructed to give mishloach manot to our neighbor.
You may ask why. The answer given is to show our concern for those who surround us and might need our help or assistance. There is even a special obligation on the day of Purim that if someone asks you for charity, you are not allowed to refuse. All of these facts make us at Bnai Zion feel that our organization celebrates Purim almost every day; for on a daily basis we are asked by many worthwhile communities in Israel for assistance in various projects. Our criteria has never changed, we are non-political, non-denominational, non-judgemental, just pure and unadulterated kindness. Join with us to make Purim a 365 day holiday as it is at Bnai Zion.
I guarantee you that we will spend your money very wisely, as we do tremendous due diligence in determining where our funds are distributed. So many great things are happening at Bnai Zion. We look forward to communicating with you in the future, in more detail about some of the great programs that we are involved with every single day.