Scotland Chabad Working Through Pandemic



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    Scotland Chabad Working Through Pandemic

    Since the beginning of ‘Lockdown’, at the end of March, Lubavitch of Scotland immediately diversified the activities of their restaurant, café and catering facilities • Full Story

    Since the beginning of ‘Lockdown’, at the end of March, Lubavitch of Scotland immediately diversified the activities of their restaurant, café and catering facilities.

    Instead of people coming to ‘dine in’, they have been supplying a full variety of very good quality kosher meals delivered to people’s homes.

    On the menu are over twenty different main courses plus soups and desserts. Due to the generosity of several donors and charitable trusts all meals are sold at budget prices, and food is given free of charge to those in need. Indeed, Lubavitch have been in the forefront of providing FREE food for those in need.

    Lubavitch- L’Chaim’s now sell weekly Shabbos meal bags containing three or four course meals along with chala rolls and Shabbos candles, and last Shabbos eighty people ordered their Shabbos meals bags.

    Plans are in hand to provide a similar service for Rosh Hashona and before and after the fast of Yom Kippur. To avoid disappointment people should register as soon as possible to be on the Rosh Hoshana Food supply list.

    Anyone in need of free food should contact Rabbi Chaim or Sora Jacobs in strictest confidence 0141 638 6116.

    Over the past two months over 200 Afternoon Tea Boxes were delivered to people in the community to bring a smile to people’s faces during these very challenging times.

    Whenever health and safety permits L’Chaim’s, Sora’s Café and L’Chaim’s Kosher Catering look forward to welcoming the community to their facilities and events. “At this time we pray daily for the divine global miracle to occur as soon as possible to allow this to happen”, said Rabbi Jacobs.

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