Pesach is around the corner and with it comes the fear of unanticipated financial burdens for many poor families.
Let us make it our imperative, along Yad Ezra V’Shulamit, to ensure that every person in Israel has access to a hot meal and hopeful tomorrow.
Purim is the holiday when all the secrets come out as the wine goes in. Knowing who you are can be hard. Knowing which wine to drink doesn’t have to be.
There's nothing like spending Pesach in Jerusalem.
Amazing hotel in an amazing location along the Kinneret beach.
“At Amana I get the social life I wanted with the quality religious education I need. I get to learn with my friends and the teachers really care about each and every student.”
Modern Orthodox students seeking a life-changing educational experience within a religiously pluralistic and inspiring setting in Jerusalem, have a place to call home. And, it’s free!
United Hatzalah has developed new emergency communication technologies that interface with the latest cellular communications networks.
The clock is ticking down to the New Year, and we urgently need to raise $180,000 to buy 600 specially-adapted phones for our ZAKA volunteers.
Canadian sisters find a fully Jewish experience at an Israeli high school.
Teach Advocacy Network advocates for government funding for yeshiva and day schools and is raising money for school security.
Tali was a recipient of ICSN's help. Now she volunteers at ICSN's comfort corners in several oncology units.
“Without the assistance from the people at the Israel Cancer Support Network (ICSN), I don’t know where we would be."
The doctors said she’d die, but after 6 months in remission, 15 year old Batel is trying to look to the future.
ICSN has brought in a tutor to help their children with homework and to study for exams.
"Arale often volunteers to take me to and from my treatments, he patiently helps me down the steps to his car and treks up them after, supporting me the entire time.”
Little things, like someone driving you to and from the hospital, or even a cup of hot coffee, can make all the difference for a family battling with cancer.
The Israel Cancer Support Network helps families survive the worst.
I’ve got to be the only person in the world who works in TV but doesn’t actually own a TV.
In addition to its comprehensive curricular program and engaging Israel experience, Yeshivat Netiv Aryeh provides support to its lone soldiers/alumni serving in the IDF.
You can buy, sell and find what you need in the Jewish Press Classifieds section.
It’s ‘family first’ this Sukkot – with the Fried family performing at the United Hatzalah Chol HaMoed in Jerusalem
More than 64,000 babies have been born as a direct result of EFRAT’s help. Nearly 3,700 babies were saved by EFRAT during the past year lone.
If walking 4 Amot in Israel is a great mitzvah, than we say “What about owning 4 Amot?”
Paamonim's guide to getting out of debt.