Chasdei Kaduri has provided amazing support over the past few months for our family. Their generosity included a weekly food box right to our door, supermarket vouchers for Rosh Hashanah and Pesach and a neat mishloach manot for Purim. The kids always anticipated the arrival of the box because there was always a treat for them, wine and candles for Shabbat and sometimes a yummy rugalach, cake or Challah. Receiving the box right to our door helped us adjust to the new reality that we needed help in feeding our family. It spared us the agony and embarrassment of standing in line at the local food bank and it was always Kosher food. The team was always available if we had any concerns or special requests. They considered our individual needs for special diet, allergies, etc. Now that our situation has changed I would be privileged to offer them donations to help other Jewish families in need. We often take things for granted but we forget that someone we know, a colleague, a neighbour, a friend, might be in need without us knowing about it. Chasdei Kaduri is able to help them in a respectful, discrete manner. – Past Client
You must have some questions… read below some of our most asked questions to see if we’ve answered yours:
No, however, our volunteer drivers must have a way to get to your door to leave the delivery. So, if you live in a building you might need to be home to buzz the driver in.
Yes. If you do not have access to a computer or internet, and cannot get a relative or a friend to help you fill out the application, contact us and we’ll help you out.
Yes, we deliver every Wednesday starting at 7PM. We cannot make other arrangements.
No, we help all Jewish families regardless of their religious affiliation or level of observance.
Sometimes, depending on donations.
Every week we we pack our bags with items requested by those we help through our online shopping site. The site gives them full access to our stock of hundreds of Kosher non-perishable items. These items include basic items like rice, pasta, beans, lentils, canned fruit, tuna, cereal, oil, sugar, salt, soft drinks, snacks, barley, wheat, baby food, etc. We also have fresh kosher bakery goods such as bread, bagels, and pastries from generous local bakery partners, as well as fresh produce, eggs, dairy products, and occasionally chicken or meat. We also have Shabbat candles 🙂
No, we’d rather our clients focus on getting back to financial stability. We also want to keep privacy between our volunteers and those we help.
We help all Jewish families of all denominations who present a substantial degree of need. All of the families we help live below the poverty line, as established by the Government of Canada.
We allow our clients to shop online our stock of hundreds of Kosher items… it’s pretty much the same thing as a gift card but with free delivery!
Please fill out the application form here.
Yes, we only help families who identify as Jewish. We help Jewish families of all denominations and levels of observance.
Families who are in need are often referred to us by other organizations. Some families also contact us directly. All families are asked to fill out an online application, to determine their level of need.