Israel social services organisation Colel Chabad is helping thousands of poor families around Israel prepare for Pesach.
The charity has been sending food packages to 17,500 families, and will provide an additional 15,000 people with full Seder meals at Chabad houses around the country.
The Israeli government chose Colel Chabad to implement the national food security project.
"Our primary goal is to ensure the recipients gain both the joy of the holiday and a sense of dignity," said Rabbi Menachem Traxler, director of volunteering for Colel Chabad. "Every beneficiary receives a package that is designed with their specific needs in mind, and has been reviewed and approved by the project's nutritionist, so they can truly appreciate that they are being cared for and thought about personally."