Walk to End Hunger - Beth Jacob Congregation Team
This walk is SO Jewish!
First of all, we Jews like to feed people, right?
And WHY are we recording our miles? Ever heard of the Israel National Trail? It stretches from Kibbutz Dan, near the Israel-Lebanon border, to Eilat on the Gulf of Aqaba. It was named by National Geographic as one of the 20 most "epic hiking trails" in the world and it is 683 miles long. We are going to see how far along the trail our team can get and what we *see* along the way.
Thank you for playing along, and thank you for joining the team! The Walk to End Hunger is a family friendly event focused on raising money for 9 Twin Cities-based hunger relief organizations. Held on Thanksgiving morning, the Walk to End Hunger is back virtually this year, for the same tradition with a new perspective.
If you haven't already, please officially join the team here:
Contact Amy at
if you'd like to join the team and the $25 registration fee just isn't available to you right now.
We will ALSO get together at 9:15am on Thursday November 26 (Thanksgiving morning) for a quick text study about Jewish perspectives on food insecurity before the 10am virtual Walk to End Hunger Event. Save that link!
What's your name?
What distance did you go to end hunger?
More than 5 miles (if you moved more than 5 miles this week, please respond to the next question)
If you moved more than 5 miles to end hunger this week, how many miles did you move? (6? 10? 20?)
You are the best! Thank you for moving toward an end of hunger together. Got anything else you want me to know? Here's a spot for it!
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