American Hebrew Academy
Erik Ginsberg

Zionist  Organization of America

yad eliezer


Meir Panim

Zion Orphanage


Jewish National Fund

Yad Sarah

Israeli Tzedakah Mall

Links for Humanitarian:

Meir Panim Meir Panim Soup Kitchens in Israel was established in order to provide free high quality meals offered in a respectable dining environment to those in need. At their eleven relief centers throughout Israel, 5,600 needy diners benefit from delicious cuisine, restoring joy of living and boosting their morale. Children also suffer from the ravages of economic distress. Therefore, Meir Panim has implemented a “Meals For Children” program, providing free hot, lunch kits to 7,000 youngsters daily at schools & kindergartens in disadvantaged areas.

Akim Akim is a volunteer based organization that provides hope to 30,000 mentally handicapped children and now adults in Israel. Founded 54 years ago, Akim has grown to be one of the largest and most respected organizations of its type.

IsraAID IsraAID is a coordinating body of Israeli and Jewish organizations and other interested parties based in Israel who are active in development and relief work and are concerned about global issues

Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind provides mobility, independence and companionship to visually impaired Israelis who have lost their sight in military service, through barbaric acts of terrorism or due to medical causes. We breed, raise and train the puppies in Beit Oved (20 minutes South of Tel Aviv), so they are familiar with the unique environment and conditions that exist in Israel - and most importantly - so the dogs will understand Hebrew!

Israel Law Center Shurat HaDin - Israel Law Center is a registered not-for-profit organization whose work is made possible thanks to the support of individuals and foundations in Israel, the United States and Europe.

Paamonim A ring of hope for the helpless… helping needy Jews get back on their feet! Through our healing-process, we elevate families from being supported to being proudly independent and taking care of themselves.

The Forgotten People Fund The Forgotten People Fund Our organization is made up entirely of volunteers. All funds we receive go directly to our beneficiaries. Our mandate is to help as many of the Ethiopian families living in Netanya and the surrounding areas as we can and we now have over 500 families on our list of needy families. My husband, Rabbi Joseph Miller (formerly of Los Angeles) and I, co-founders of FPF together with Anne and David Silverman, were honored in 2003 by the Municipality of Netanya for our volunteer work for over 20 years with the Ethiopian community.

Yad Eliezer Yad Eliezer, an apolitical humanitarian organization, was founded in 1978 to give men, women and children living in Israel and without even the barest of necessities a second chance. We provide food and financial assistance to over 50,000 people in 17 cities across Israel. More than 10,000 volunteers give of their time and resources.