"Feed my Neighbor" -- Combating Food Insecurity
A small farm, Kaima grows for customers' needs and does not accumulate surplus vegetables. Yet, knowing that many of our neighbors lack the means to provide for themselves, we cultivate extra portions to donate to those in need on a weekly basis through our Feed My Neighbor initiative. Such outreach both challenges concepts of abundance in Israel society and helps model the primary principles of Tzedakah, empowering youth and adults alike as responsible citizens.
Historically, Kaima has donated veggie baskets to vulnerable families, non-profit organizations, St. Vincent Monastery, and others. More recently, Kaima decided to extend outreach to Holocaust survivors; women who have faced both sexual abuse and serious financial challenge; and the families of some of the youth in our care.