"Up in the Air"

For 200,000 families in Israel, this year, the high holidays meals are up in the air.

Collaborating with a creative boutique and an incredibly forward-thinking entrepreneur, Latet will be holding a display on Rabin Square this year, as part of its national holidays campaing.

The seder table has been hung high up in the air, as a way to demonstrate how the holidays meals, for 200,000 families in Israel are unattainable. 
What we take as granted or see as a simple occurence in our lives is often impossible to reach for many, many familes. This year, more than ever, Latet wants to mobilize Israeli society to face the issue of nutritional insecurity and urge a postive and drastic response from the government. 

The display will be held from September 18th to the 24th.

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