Netanyahu Tells Russian Jewish Congress ‘Russia-Israel Relations Growing Stronger’

"I'm grateful for the respect and support President Putin gives to Russia's Jewish community. . . relations between Israel and Russia have been growing stronger."

Rabbi Sacks: The Great Man I Knew

He once confided to me that the rhetoric and backlash was so intense at the time that he contemplated resigning.

Israeli NGO Brings Urgent Aid to Hurricane-Battered Guatemala

IsraAID has had a permanent team on the ground in Guatemala since the 2018 Volcán de Fuego eruption.

Never Alone: Tel Aviv Municipal Employees Call Thousands of Seniors during Lockdown

Workers from all municipal departments are participating in the effort and conducted more than 37,000 phone calls to date.

Arab Contractor Donates Jewish Prayer Area to Israeli Settlement in the Shomron [video]

After learning that the price quote was for a Jewish synagogue, the Arab contractor decided to donate the materials and work for free.

FIDF Delivers Emergency Packages To Quarantined IDF Soldiers

During the week of Sukkot, FIDF has been distributing tens of thousands of nourishing meals, personal hygiene kits, and other products.

Large Outdoor Dining Space Erected To Serve Charity Meals For Rosh Hashanah In a...

Masbia Soup Kitchen will be reopening for communal sit-in meals, starting on Rosh Hoshanah 2020.

Amount of People Fed at Masbia Soup Kitchen Network Varies, Depending on Generosity of...

Masbia Soup Kitchen Network, the only kosher soup kitchen in NY, has had a drastic increase in demand at all three of their locations since the start of the COVID-19 crisis. 

Israeli NGO Mourns Destruction of Refugee Camp it Helped Build in Greece

For five years, IsraAID has been helping tens of thousands of Syrian, Iraqi and Afghani refugees in Lesbos. Last week, it burned down, leaving 12,000 people homeless.

First US-Israel Conference on Humanitarian Response to Covid-19 Held Next Monday

“Unfortunately, the Covid-19 crisis is here to stay, and therefore this dialogue is a unique opportunity for the NGOs to build up their impact on the field."

Masbia Announces New Tech Support Hotline For Breadline Modernization Transition to  Appointments 

September begins the seventh month of the COVID-19 emergency food relief at Masbia Soup Kitchen Network. It will also be the beginning of a...

URGENT: Family of 9 at Risk of Losing Their Home Due to Foreclosure

I'm writing this letter to you with much pain and embarrassment. My name is Moshe B., a long time Brooklyn, NY resident.

Eilat Soup Kitchen Facing More Hungry Guests, Tougher Times

“For a month now I’ve been getting almost no food from the hotels, and I have hundreds of people I cannot leave hungry.”

Ishay Ribo Performs in New York with Ambassador Gilad Erdan for Migdal Ohr

In an intimate setting outdoors attended by prominent American Jewish philanthropists, while adhering to social distancing, Ribo played his well-known hits to the audience, and for one song was joined on the stage by Ambassador Erdan.

Agencies Grapple with Food Security in the Jewish State, as They Also Cultivate New...

Like most countries around the world, Israel has experienced economic hardships exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic, with many reporting being hungry and unable to afford food.

George Soros’ Foundation Empowers Black Groups to Tune of $220 Million

In the coming weeks, Open Society will also support to emergent efforts to establish truth commissions on racism in America.

Adopt a Neighbor Tutors Jewish Schoolchildren for Free, Parents Ecstatic

"Thank g-d they paired up both my son and daughter with amazing special tutors. "

Dairy Food Distributed to Jewish New Yorkers for Shavuot in Brooklyn, Queens

Butter, cheese, and yogurt were provided to needy Jewish families in celebration of the Jewish holiday of Shavuot.

Massive Israeli Food Security Effort Recruits Colel Chabad to Ensure Success

The massive social services operation was launched at the behest of the Israeli government, at a cost of more than NIS 100 million in funding.

Watch: Oldest Israeli Volunteer EMT Celebrates His 80th Birthday

Eli Mizrachi will turn 80 this week and is the oldest, active volunteer EMT, first responder in United Hatzalah, and perhaps in Israel.

College Student Spends Days Buying Groceries for Those Stuck at Home

“Typically, I shop for about five families a day,” she says. “If I do a big order for one family, I will fill up a cart and take it back to my car, and then go back into the store.”

The Ari Fuld Project Donates Masks to Ari’s Reserve Paratrooper Unit

Ari fought hard to get into the IDF reserves, and served in a special forces paratrooper unit.

Jewish Music Megastars Yaakov Shwekey, Ishay Ribo, and Mordechai ben David to Sing Together...

An historic virtual concert called “Together as One” on Lag B’Omer, Tuesday May 12th

Roman Abramovich Donates New Intensive Care Unit to Sheba Medical Center

Hundreds of intensive care beds were inaugurated at Sheba Medical Center, to serve in times of national emergencies.

IAC, Idan Raichel, David Broza, Raise $325,000 in Virtual Concert to Support Healthcare Workers

The concert is in addition to the IAC’s community efforts to support healthcare workers.

Shabbat Kosher-Food Packages Distributed by Friendship Circle New Jersey

“Challah and Chicken Soup for the Quarantined Soul” includes rolls, grape juice, candles and homemade soup (matzah balls optional).

Ahead of Memorial Day, The Ari Fuld Project Donates Masks to Efrat’s Counter-Terrorist Unit

Miriam Fuld was concerned for the welfare of the Efrat counter-terrorist unit, when they would go outside on emergency calls.

UJA-Federation of NY Announces Nearly $9 Million In Coronavirus Relief Grants

“At the core of the New York Jewish community is an incredible infrastructure of organizations that underpin our ability to sustain and strengthen Jewish life into the future."

Jewish Philanthropies Establish $80 Million Fund for Nonprofits During Pandemic

The challenges have affected every sector of Jewish communal life, including organizational closures, staff layoffs, canceled programs, a pivot to online education and an increase in financial-aid needs.


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