Click here to listen to the beautiful music of Boaz Davidoff, which is shared with the recipients of the Mishpacha Program.
The Mishpacha Mission is a partnership between Rabbi Moshe Wolvovosky's Wisdom Circle, an affiliate of Chabad-Lubavitch of Boca Raton, and the Forster Foundation. The Mission provides freshly cooked Shabbat dinners which are personally delivered by the Rabbi and his wife Henni, to elderly singles and couples in retirement communities. During their visit they share some stories and sing along with a recording from our Resident Musical Artist, Boaz Davidoff, or one of our other musical artists.
After each visit, the Rabbi and Henni sends a personal note to the recipient's family about their visit.
During holidays like Rosh Hashana, Passover, Chanukah and Sukkot, special meals will be delivered. On birthdays and anniversaries, a special dessert will be included.
Rabbi Moshe and his wife Henni
We are very excited about this new partnership and our ability to fund and play a part in the Mishpacha Mission. Stay tuned as we evolve the mission to include bios of our residents, a memorial page and more...
Examples of the lovely sentiments the
Mishpacha Mission evokes.
“Thank you, thank you for the best most delicious white Gefilte fish, my mother made it just like yours.
I'm 93 years young and it was a wonderful surprise to receive it. I ate that delicious fish for lunch and dinner and 3 o'clock in the morning as it was incredible! I would like to mail you a check for it. I loved that fish and your brisket. The best!
Please let me know when this crazy world gets normal again, I would love my 5 kids and 8 grandshcildren and 4 great grandchildren to eat such good food and to thank you in person. You are a MENSH. It would make me very happy. What goes around comes around and all of Century Village in Boca Raton know about you. I love you and you are a great and special person.
PS. I managed a restaurant for 20 years and I know good food and I appreciate it!
“You cannot imagine how much your visits elevate my father’s morale, feed his Jewish soul and remind him that he still serves a purpose for living. What a mentch you are, and how much my sister and I appreciate you!”
Dearest Rabbi and Rebbitzen,
"...Thank you for all the delicious meals and the flowers. May the Lord bless you for all the good you are doing."
“Thank you for all your help and kindness. Wishing you a Happy Passover!”
“I enjoyed your Shabbos package. It was so kind of you. I really miss our weekly Wisdom Circle. Hope you and your family are well. Please give your darling child a hug from me. I hope to see you soon.”