"Because they simply deserve it,” says Haredi businessman David Hagar from Los Angeles.
Like his Jewish colleagues, this Muslim ZAKA volunteer was deeply traumatized by the Hamas atrocities he witnessed.
It is in the darkest hour that those who disagree most among the people of the Jewish State come together to help and protect each other in their time of need. So it is at present.
Each year, the prize is awarded to a worthy Zionist activist who exemplifies the values and ideals that Ari lived by and promoted.
The proof for the claims about the Wexner Foundation’s leftist agenda is in the list of some of its more renowned graduates.
The next morning, the delegation visited the places where they have been helping people live and escape, said JNFA head Eric Fingerhut.
The nonprofit feeds more than 250,000 people annually with kosher and halal meals.
After decades of capitalizing on its proximity to Silicon Valley, everything in San Francisco changed when the pandemic hit.
“There are many children in need here, and we will do our best to screen and diagnose as many children as we can."
A special fundraising page has been opened where people can donate to support the family.
The generators were donated by American Jewish organizations.
"The award belongs to the brave Haredi soldiers."
After each day’s work, the volunteers sat down for conversations with the Holocaust survivors who shared their stories.
Yossi Margaretten of Chaverim of Rockland, N.Y., told JNS how and why his second night of Passover was different from all his other second Passover nights.
“We are in the year of Hakhel, the Jewish year specifically calling for us to gather together, and there is no more important time for this to happen than today, with all that is going on in Israel.”
More than 200 distribution points, supported by more than 1,237 volunteers have been set up to help distribute close to 2,800,000 pounds of food to Jewish New Yorkers suffering from food insecurity.
Despite being shot in the head and arm, David managed to shoot back at the terrorist and save his and his wife's life.
Combined, Team Avraham and Team United Hatzalah raised more than $100K in support of lifesaving efforts.
100 dancers return to the stage in ballet, jazz, hip hop, Mizrachi, tap, Broadway, Bollywood and more – raising money for families of Special Needs Children.
ADI centers, located in Jerusalem and the Negev, provide their residents and special education students with the individualized growth plans and specialized services they need to grow and thrive.
“The unity of our people currently faces a difficult test. We have always known how to unite against external enemies . . . it is forbidden to let internal discord divide us from within."
At least $291,015 was donated by 7,283 people by 6 am Tuesday in the online crowdfunding campaign started the morning after the attack.
The Ari Fuld Project partnered with the One Israel Fund and Eve Harow to make it all possible.
The ultra-Orthodox sector, in particular, reports the highest volunteering rate, with as many as 60% engaging in such activity on a regular basis.
At the center, parents can receive any assistance that they may need in applying for the grants. Computers are set up so that parents can complete the application process on site.
Alongside a lack of funds, inflation has also eaten its way through the organization’s ability to provide hot meals to all those who need them.
Sir Frank Lowy was knighted in 2017 on the Queen's birthday, for his service to business and his philanthropy.
The students’ holiday masterpieces feature bright colors, interesting textures and 3D elements for ADI’s residents and severely disabled students to look at and touch.
Ari Fuld fought for the Jewish people on the battlefield and on social media.
The Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ has built and outfitted the first modern emergency unit at the Juba Teaching Hospital in South Sudan, among other projects.