Posted on July 22, 2013
A congregation in Los Angeles is repairing the world by serving lunch to those in need. About 60 people, Jews and non-Jews, come to the Bnai David-Judea Congregation to get food and some inspiration from Rabbi Yosef Kanefsky. These lunches were started by a congregant, David Nimmer, who decided that he wanted to make a change to help those in need and create a sense of community. This project also gets different members of the community involved, shows them the value and impact of giving.
This is a great example of how one person can make a huge difference in so many ways. Being proactive and trying new things can go a long way.