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Ukraine Crisis:
May this prayer from Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, the 18th century Chasidic luminary from Ukraine, remind us all to work toward peace every day.

We join Reform Jewish leaders as they Denounce Russian Aggression in Ukraine. Read the statment here.

As we offer moral support for Ukrainian Jews, please take this chance to contribute to aid in the crisis in Ukraine.

Temple Disaster Relief Fund (If you prefer to send a check to Temple, please designate for Ukraine Disaster Relief.) American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
The Chesed Fund  
Ukraine Crisis Fund of the World Union for Progressive Judaism

Afghan Refuge Support: 
We are currently helping three Afghan families settle into Dallas. There are various needs for these families including clothing, cleaning supplies, and more. Complete this form to join Temple's effort to resettle Afghan refugees. 

If you need a referral, please contact Meredith Pryzant. Email will be the most reliable method of contact. If you would like to call, you can leave a message for Meredith at 214-706-0000.  

Please be advised that any lay, expert or legal opinion or advice given are those of the individual offering it, and are not those of Temple Emanu-El, or any of their employees, staff or clergy. 

Dallas Hebrew Free Loan  
If you are experiencing an emergency or will need significant home repairs post-severe weather and need assistance, Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association has $500 emergency loans (no guarantor needed) and $7500 general loans available. Email for more information. 

Jewish Family Service
Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas is available to help with counseling services and food insecurity, among other things.  For more information, visit their website at, or contact them via email at or phone at 972-437-9950, extension 340. 

As we receive information on other ways you can help, we will update our Temple Responds webpage.  
As always, our clergy and staff are here for you. Don’t hesitate to reach out to your Temple family.