Operation Isaiah was conceived by Ahavath Achim Synagogue 28 years ago. Operation Isaiah's core mission is to address the issue of hunger and the need to help those in the Atlanta community that struggle with food insecurity. AA's Operation Isaiah has grown over the years. It has morphed into the Atlanta Jewish community's High Holiday effort to combat food insecurity. A number of synagogues and Jewish Day schools now participate in the Jewish community's mission to address hunger. It is difficult to believe that members of our community are challenged by hunger. AA must continue to be the leader in the Operation Isaiah project – we need your help in ensuring that we maintain our leadership role in combating hunger.
During the High Holidays of years past, our congregants would bring hundreds of bags of food to our Shul. This year, the 2021 Operation Isaiah initiative will be entirely virtual. Donations collected will be distributed to both the Atlanta Community Food Bank and the JF&CS Food Pantry. Your monetary contribution will enable the Atlanta Community Food Bank and JF&CS to purchase food to feed those in our community that are struggling with hunger. The AA family once again will be able to demonstrate gratitude for our bounty as we fulfill Isaiah's vision, carrying out the fast God desires from us by sharing our bread with the hungry. Click on the link below to make your donation today! If you would like to donate by check, please make it out to Ahavath Achim Synagogue, and write Operation Isaiah in the memo line. Checks can be mailed or dropped off at the Synagogue.
Choose "Operation Isaiah" under "Choose the type of donation you would like to make."