Every woman deserves to be treated like the daughter of the King!
Forgotten People Fund - Netanya
The Forgotten People Fund (FPF) was set up as an emergency fund in 1998 to help Ethiopian families who had no place else to turn.
The name – Forgotten People Fund – was chosen because the promises that had been made to the Ethiopian community when they were brought to Israel in the two special operations launched by the Israeli government – Operation Moses in 1984/5 and Operation Solomon on May 25, 1991 – had all but been forgotten.
Families were falling apart, children were receiving substandard education, the community was riddled with dropouts and serious social problems, and violence within the families was becoming all too familiar. Today, the FPF has evolved into an organization that is making a difference in the lives of Netanya's Ethiopian community.
ATZUM was established in 2002 to remedy injustices in Israeli society, and encourage individuals to become social activists and agents of change. The organization was founded on the belief that Israel should serve as an example for the rest of the world in regards to combatting and resolving social problems and social justice crises. ATZUM's current projects
A non-profit, 501(c)3 organization based in New York City, Kulanu (Hebrew for "all of us") works around the world to support isolated and emerging Jewish communities who wish to learn more about Judaism and (re-)connect with the wider Jewish community.
Saving Children By Loving them
The Merav Children's Group Home is small, extraordinary effort of not just one or two people but an entire Kibbutz community. Focused on children from severely abusive homes and orphaned children, Merav rebuilds and restores lives in a warm, loving, nurturing community.
Donations are U.S. tax deductable for Merav through TSAL
A.H.A.V.A. – “English Learned in a Natural Method” – is the only non-profit organization in Israel dedicated solely to English literacy promotion among disadvantaged children, especially those living in geographically and socially peripheral areas of the country
Books for Israel Project The Books for Israel Project is an international grassroots effort to help Israel's children and their teachers continue with the vital task of public school education. Despite terrible physical & economic hardships imposed by the constant threat of terror, B4i has continued to donate English education books to Israel's Jewish, and non Jewish schools. English knowledge is the door to the world of learning, opportunity and peace. Concerned synagogues, churches, schools, youth groups, community centers, Bnei Mitzvah and individuals from the U.S., U.K. & Canada have donated 45 tons to date.
Anyone interested in joining or supporting this effort is warmly welcome.
Hunger is a reality. Human need is a reality and not just on holidays. Poseach Es Yadecha is the community Tzedakah, charity, of Neve Yakov in Jerusalem. When a poor area opens its hands to help its own, it is within the finest tradition of the biblical question of "we are our brother's keeper." When we open our hands to help it is a rung on Maimonides charitable ladder to G-d. An all volunteer organization of caring, with virtually no expenses except to help those in need.
The Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind, located in Bet Ovid. Founded in 1991 by Noach Braun. The school provides "free eyes" and freedom to those who can not see.
The National Food Bank
Founded in 2003, Leket Israel serves as the country's largest food bank and food rescue network actively working to alleviate the problem of nutritional insecurity among Israel's diverse population.
Statistics reveal that a quarter of Israel’s 7.7 million citizens (1.9 million people) are living in poverty; among them are some 850,000 hungry children. Yet, at the same time, literally hundreds of thousands of tons of perfectly good, nutritious food are needlessly destroyed each year. Furthermore, studies in Israel indicate that nearly a quarter of the country's population suffers from an imbalanced or insufficient diet due to poverty.
The Birthday Angels Birthday Party Project, a non-profit organization, has set a goal to provide every child in Israel with his or her own birthday party. In 2006-2009, over 7000 underprivileged children celebrated their birthdays thanks to the Birthday Angels volunteers AND to your donations.