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Brit Yosef Yitzchak Organization
Brit Yosef Yitzchak is an international non profit organization that offers a full range of Brit Milah support and services; ranging from awareness, education, financial support, health care, experienced Mohel continued education, new Mohel training and Brit standards support to Mohel monitoring and Brit advocacy.
In recognition of the difficulty that the cost of a Brit Milah may pose to a family or individual, BYY provides circumcisions free of charge with full range of support, from medical assistance by licensed doctors and expert Mohalim to post-surgery nurses and family support professionals.
At the forefront of research and international Mohel coordination and integration, the organization is engaged in developing the world’s most advanced Brit Milah resource center and hotline.
Pnima - Center for Women's Empowerment - Non-Profit Charitable Organization in TzfatMore Info...
Shuva Israel - Strengthening Jewish Communities in Samaria (Shomron)
WE BUILD better lives in the Jewish Communities in Samaria (Shomron)
WE GATHER Jewish immigrants from the 4 corners of the world
WE STRENGTHEN the existence of Israel from the Heartland
At Shuva Israel, we link Bible believing Christians with an Israeli Jewish organization for the purpose of fulfilling over 1,000 scriptures that relate the prophetic ingathering of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel. We are living in a very unique time in history and are part of God’s promise. We can make a difference and partner with the miracles that God is manifesting through the children of Abraham today in our lifetime in the State of Israel. Shuva Israel is one of only a handful of Israeli/Jewish organizations that reaches out to Evangelical Christians to say - ”Come let us join hands, together, Jews and Christians, for the purpose of fulfilling Biblical prophecy.”
“And He shall set up an ensign for the nations, and shall assemble the outcasts of Israel, and gather together the dispersed of Judah from the four corners of the earth” (Isaiah 11:12)
Shuva is the only Israeli organization with the sole purpose of strengthening the communities located in the hills of Biblical Samaria, in Hebrew, the Shomron (the Ezekiel 36 mountains). Judea and Samaria (Yehuda veShomron)are the Biblical and strategic heartland of Israel – approximately 75% of the locations mentioned in the Bible are in Judea and Samaria. Judea and Samaria gives the State of Israel the territorial depth to protect it’s civilian population and is a defense buffer helping to prevent the invasion of ground forces from the neighboring countries surrounding Israel. This area is central to most of Biblical prophecy and it’s fulfillment.
Shuva's Christian friends form an international community of believers in biblical prophecy. Christians from Norway, Finland, Sweden, England, the United States, Brazil, Sri Lank and from all over the world and actively joining the bandwagon because they believe in the People of Israel's Return to the HOLY LAND. Their generosity has helped these pioneer Jewish communities to fund health centers, children's education centers, playgrounds, security equipment and personnel and much, much more. Through Shuva, Christians from the entire world help to fulfill the biblical truths that have miraculously seen the Children of Israel come out of Exile and into the Promised Land of Israel. Samaria (Shomron) is a vital part of this return. Please donate and help us to make these communities safe and fruitful.
Chen Lachaim - Aid for Sick Children in Tel Hashomer Hospital, Rambam Hospital and Ichilov Hospital
Chen Lachaim, located in Bat Yam, is a unique non-profit organization specializing in visiting sick children in hospitals; but, Chen Lachaim not only trie to give joy and happiness ot the children, but also works hard at helping the entire family deal with the difficult situation, including advice, counseling, baby sitting, and much, much more.
Chen Lachaim has volunteers help entertain the sick children at various medical centers, including Tel Hashomer and Ichilov in Tel Aviv and Rambam Hospital in Haifa. Clowns, birthdays, Sabbath, counseling and much, much more are offered by Chen Lachaim.
If you have a child in Tel Hashomer Hospital, Ichilov Hospital or Rambam Hospital, please give us a call and let us help out - happily we do this great Mitzvah! Aid for sick chilcren in Israel, especially helping sick children with cancer and CP (cerebral palsy)in Israel.
Or, if you want to volunteer or in general help us out in some way, feel free to call: 073-7277666
Charity of Light - Chemla Fund
A non-profit U.S. tax-exempt organization, has the backing of leading Rabbis in Israel. The organization, based in Jerusalem, has been working for years saving Jewish women from abuse, both mental and physical, of Arab men. The testimonies of these Jewish women who have successfully escaped this terrible fate is heartrending and must be heard. The Charity of Light - Chemla Fund offers you the opportunity to take part in this unique and important mitzvah. This is nothing less than "pidyon shvuim" - saving the imprisoned: Won't you lend a helping hand? Take part in this great mitzvah - help us save worlds, as our Rabbis taught us that whoever saves a Jewish soul is as if he saves the entire world!
To call in the United States: 917-216-0155
Our mission is to help support and strengthen the work of efficient, well-run, grassroot charities in Israel. Our vision is to help bridge the gap between donors to Israel and the projects they support and to enable them to donate simply, efficiently and with confidence.
Our Land of Israel !
SOS Israel was founded in 5763 (2003) to oppose and fight the political accords with the Arabs that include land or security concessions. SOS Israel is against giving up any part of Eretz Yisrael - the Holy Land - or compromising the security of the Jews that live in Israel.
To this end, SOS Israel makes every possible effort to reach out to the greater Israeli public, to emphasize the facts that Eretz Yisrael is our G-d given land and belongs to the Jews exclusively, and that any accord or agreement that includes land concessions endanger the Jewish nation and world peace.
SOS Israel encourages and supports those expelled from Gush Katif and Northern Shomron during the Disengagement, strengthens the settlements in Yehuda and Shomron (Judea and Samaria), energizes Eretz Yisrael activists and deepens the awareness that any command to expel the Jewish settlers, Jews from Jewish settlements, is absolutely illegal.
SOS Israel has 200 branches all over the country, with thousands of volunteers. The activists come from different segments of the population. Among their activities: disseminating literature, taking part in gatherings and demonstrations, assisting and supporting the Northern Samaria and Gush Katif expellees and settlers, fund-raising, and being on call whenever needed.
The following personages take part and support the work of SOS Israel: Rabbi Dov Lior, Rabbi of Chevron and Chairman of Rabbonei Eretz Yisroel, Nobel Prize Winner Prof. Yisroel Auman, Prof. Ezra Zohar, Dr. Elyakim Haetzni - Lawyer, Colonel Moshe Yogev, Rabbi Yaakov Yosef (son of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef), Rabbi Yoram Abargel from Netivot (Kabbalist), Rabbi Meir Mazoz, Head of Kisei Rachamin Yeshiva, Rabbi Zalman Melamed, Rabbi of Bet-El, Rabbi Menachem Porush, President of Agudas Israel, Rabbi Dovid Druckman, Rabbi of Kiryat Motzkin and one of the heads of "Pikuach Nefesh", MK Prof. Aryeh Eldad, MK Uri Ariel, MK Rabbi Meir Porush and others.
SOS Israel was founded by Rabbi Sholom Dov Wolpo from Kiryat Gat Israel, with Rabbi Yekutiel Rapp from New York to oppose and fight the political accords with the Arabs that include land or security concessions. SOS Israel is against giving up any part of Eretz Yisrael - the Holy Land.
Terror Victims Support Center in Jerusalem - Ohr Meir & Bracha - was founded in 2002 by Liora Tedgi, a mother of 10 who was injured a number of years ago in a car bomb attack in Jerusalem. Liora set up the organization to respond to the unmet, unrecognized needs of victims of terror and their families. Terror attacks destroy the lives not only of those who perish but also of those who survive. There are hundreds of victims of terror who “fall between the cracks” of the Israeli government’s aid initiatives. They do not receive help because their injuries are deemed insufficient to be recognized as medical disabilities, or because they are still in the process of being assessed for disability (which can take two or more years. Help for Israeli Terror Victims.
Terror attacks do more than just destroy buildings and cause physical injury; they cause individuals great psychological stress, and interfere with the long-term livelihood of families. Many workers lose their jobs because of extended absences from work as a result of their own and/or family members’ injuries, but often they do not qualify for unemployment subsidies. Others are “unrecognized” or what are known as "secondary victims": individuals traumatized by having witnessed an attack, or are relatives of victims; people whose lives have been inexorably altered because of the death or disability of a family member as a result of terror. The pressures on the family unit following a terror attack can strain relationships to the breaking point, and lead to divorce, depression, or chronic unemployment.
The grief and pain of losing a loved one or enduring on-going extensive medical treatment can make it difficult for many families to cope with the daily caretaking needs of their children. Other families fall into acute financial crisis and do not have enough money to pay bills, buy food, or find psychological counseling. The Terror Victims Support Center seeks to aid these victims by offering vital services to help rebuild their lives.
Our hallmark endeavor is the weekly assembly and packaging of hundreds of baskets of food to be distributed in time for Shabbat or Chag. Our baskets contain chicken, challot, fruit/vegetables and all that is needed to celebrate Shabbat or Chag. Thursdays, as we assemble the baskets, we are joined by a cast of volunteers stemming from Olim Chadashim, recent retirees, students from local Seminaries and Yeshivot, Chayalim and the list goes on. We are located at 3/1 Yakim Street in the Arzei HaBira neighborhood of Jerusalem. We begin at 9:00 a.m. every Thursday morning and keep going until we are done. Groups are welcome.
Help for Israeli Terror Victims. Ohr Meir & Bracha does not use lengthy evaluation processes. It does not have eligibility criteria other than verifying that the individual is a primary or secondary victim of terror. It gives immediate assistance whenever possible. Perhaps you, or your friends at work or at school, or to mark a special occasion, will take the opportunity to make a direct donation to the needy families that we are privileged to help at Ohr Meir & Bracha. Should you wish to make a desperately needed donation, you may send a check, transfer money electronically, or donate online. Please help Israeli Terror victims.
Ohr Meir & Bracha
3/1 Yakim Street
P. O. Box 41055
Jerusalem 91410 Israel
Karmey Chesed, literally translated as vineyards of kindness, offers a cluster of services for the needy Jewish family in Israel. Grapes, one of Israel's seven special species, require proper care to ensure that they grow properly. Likewise, we work tirelessly along with our dedicated volunteers to provide these families with both their physical and emotional needs. At Karmey Chesed we strive to aid unfortunate families in any possible way, helping them maintain their dignity and get back on their feet.
The organization's activities are currently centered in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Modiin, Beitar Illit, and Gush Etzion, but due to the high demand, efforts are expected to expand to other areas of the country.
Karmey Chesed's creative and exciting Green Charity program takes old appliances and furniture from those who are remodeling or upgrading, and gives them at no charge to those less fortunate. Instead of filling landfills and polluting waterways, these discarded items become a lifeline for needy families.