The sounds of “MA NISHTANA” spilled into the night, warming the hearts of those attending MADA’s Community Passover Seders. MADA held Seders at 9 locations throughout the city on September 10th and 11th. It was wonderful to see the rooms filled at each location adding up to about 2,300 people. The dinners provided many with the opportunity to celebrate Passover with others, in a family setting.
Rosh Hashanah 5777
On the eve of this auspicious holiday, Rosh Hashanah, I would like to take this opportunity to express my thanks and appreciation for the great work you do for our community! Through your contributions and support, MADA is able to serve the community. We distributed two thousand Rosh Hashanah food baskets in partnership with B’nai Brith, will be serving 2500 holiday meals at 11 different locations and delivering Shabbat to Share meals throughout this holiday month!
Looking back at the past year, we mark our success with the smiles on our patrons’ faces! Our new building has become more of a home to our clients, donors, supporters, and volunteers, who feel and express the real meaning of “We are all Family”. You have made this difference in the lives of our less fortunate brothers and sisters!
In this merit, and in the merit of all the good things you do, may Hashem grant you a sweet and successful year, filled with all the good things you wish for you and yours! May we merit a year of redemption, to celebrate Sukkot with Moshiach in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem!
Rabbi Chaim Shlomo Cohen
We at the MADA Community Center extend our sincere gratitude to our generous donors and dedicated volunteers for helping us to serve 5,000 Passover meals at 10 community Seders! Thank you for also packing and delivering 1700 Passover holiday baskets and 1200 kosher for Passover Shabbat to Share boxes!
Wednesday night, Oct. 21st, 2015 was an exciting landmark occasion for the MADA Community Center. MADA hosted supporters, volunteers and friends at the grand opening of their new facility and “home” at 6875 Decarie Blvd.