Maccabi Tel Aviv and the protected housing network "Mediterranean towers" launched in a flash operation for packaging and distribution of food parcels for third-year-olds and Holocaust survivors • The young talent: "Being in Maccabi is not just playing basketball"
Shimon Mizrahi in the distribution of food. Welcome initiative
Courtesy of Maccabi Tel Aviv
Maccabi Tel Aviv is in the midst of a food distribution operation. On the occasion of the approaching Passover and the yellow virus epidemic crisis and the protected housing network "Mediterranean Towers" launched a lightning operation to package and distribute 555 food packages for third-year-olds and Holocaust survivors. And her volunteers.
"I think it is a big enterprise that Easter Eve cares for families in need and Holocaust survivors," said club chairman Shimon Mizrahi. "Thank you to our business partners 'Mediterranean Growers' who have donated to the cause and to the club employees who came to pack the products and distribute them. Happy holiday and full health to everyone. "
Doron Arnon, CEO of Sheltered Mediterranean Towers, said: "Beyond the fact that we care about our tenants these days, we strongly believe in the issue of mutual guarantee. This is what will save us from this situation, in addition to closure and isolation. We ultimately want to help and reach those who need the help. "
"It was very important for me to come here today, the whole world is in an emergency and that is a privilege," said Danny Abadia, who enlisted in the past week and came to hand boxes for the holiday. "Being in Maccabi is not just playing basketball, it is also being involved in the community and caring. It's forever on the field and off the field."
Abdiya (center) with the Maccabi Tel Aviv people