The Sweetest Bat Mitzvah Project of All

The Sweetest Bat Mitzvah Project of All

The Sweetest Bat Mitzvah Project of All

In honor of her upcoming Bat Mitzvah (December 2020), Yehudis Muller, an amazing young woman and baking prodigy from Hillside, New Jersey, is running a long-term fundraiser to help ADI’s residential and rehabilitative center in Jerusalem purchase a “Kangaroo feeder” for a resident who is fed exclusively via a feeding tube, and a specialized electronic thermometer that will keep the ADI residents safe from the Coronavirus by detecting a fever long before it becomes serious. 

Week after week, Yehudis and her incredible parents have been baking up delicious homemade rugelach and connecting with family and friends to take orders for Shabbat – and the sweet treats have been flying out the door!  This past weekend, Yehudis upped the ante for Shavuot, adding scrumptious strawberry shortcake and delectable cheese danishes to the menu.  She even worked with her mom to create a special order: a gluten free chocolate cake fit for a queen!  All proceeds go directly to Yehudis’s Bat Mitzvah campaign, so every mouthwatering bite enhances the lives of our ADI residents with severe complex disabilities – it’s a true win-win! 

Whether or not you can take advantage of this sweet endeavor, all are encouraged to help Yehudis reach her goal – PLEASE DONATE NOW:

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