Passover begins at sundown Monday, April 18th. Whether or not you are attending a Seder in person with family or friends, this virtual Seder is great way to learn about the history and tradition of each Passover dish, and also help sick children in Israel and the Middle East. The is a fund-raiser for Israel’s Schneider Children’s Medical Center, the largest and most comprehensive pediatric in the Middle East, which treats sick children from the entire region, including from countries not described as friends of Israel, including from the Palestinian Authority . Set your table for $18 per dish. A fully set table of 20 items costs $360, but the website also allows you to invite friends and relatives to join you — just like a real Seder.