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Hurricane Katrina

A new and successful program to educate congregants about diverse disaster relief initiatives and to raise funds to support people in need throughout the world.

 

Transitional housing shelter for homeless women and mothers with young children which began in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

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The Social Action Committee at Temple Beth Torah in Ventura, California actively promoted social and ec

Hurricane relief committee created post-Katrina to aid those affected and prepare in case of future disasters.

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Submitted by Magada Peck, Temple Israel, Omaha, NE in honor of the victims of Hurricane Katrina
September 2, 2005

Written by Rabbi Zoe Klein of Temple Isaiah, Los Angeles, CA in honor of those affected by Hurricane Katrina

by Rabbi Paul J. Kipnes, Congregation Or Ami, Calabasas, CA

Eloheinu velohei avoteinu v’imoteinu,

Our God and God of our fathers and mothers,