Israeli Schools Closed Due to Coronavirus – What Happened to Breakfast?

"Food will be distributed to several hundred families in the center of the country, followed by the addition of other locations as budget allows."

UJA Giving Another $11 Million to Remedy Coronavirus Damage

Monday's announcement of additional funding came after UJA had pledged more than $23 million in immediate aid last week.

Israel’s Social Welfare Department Drafts Colel Chabad for Emergency Effort

The Israeli government tasked Colel Chabad with providing Passover food security for 30,000 households affected by the Coronavirus economic crisis.

Dial 1221: New National Dispatch Center Treats Humanitarian Emergencies in Israel

The emergency number for the new dispatch center is the same as United Hatzalah’s regular number of 1221.

MDA, TAU, Ichilov Hospital Receive $3M Injection of Funds for COVID-19 Response

“In the face of global threats like this, science, technology and innovation are our best hopes. Israel is a leader in those fields."

NY UJA-Federation Giving $23 Million in Grants & Loans to COVID-19 Affected New Yorkers

UJA is making $250,000 available for Passover meals to-go that will be distributed to those who are newly isolated or quarantined.

Barkai Rabbinic Group Creates Volunteer Food Distribution for Home-Bound Israelis

The project involves more than 250 volunteers who deliver cooked meals to the elderly and other home-bound residents in each of Modiin’s 13 neighborhoods three times a week.

Pray for United Hatzalah Founder Eliezer Yehuda ben Chaya

"I am strong because I know I have an amazing family that loves me. We have a huge family in United Hatzalah and I know how much they need me to be healthy."

Social Loan Fund Offers Help to Businesses Affected by Coronavirus

The new fast-track coronavirus relief program will issue working capital loans of up to NIS 100k to businesses affected by the crisis.

IFCJ Create $5 M. Fund to Help Elderly in Israel Amid Corona Crisis

This fund will primarily support elderly Israelis, some of whom are Holocaust survivors, with packages of food and other essential items.

Israeli School for Syrian Refugee Children in Greece Burns Down, Arson Suspected

"Erdogan opens the borders to allow refugees to move into Greece, creating a boiling point that causes a lot of frustration for the local residents, and encourages far right groups to raise their heads."

First Israeli Nonprofit Bank to Provide Life-Changing Loans as a ‘National Mission’

"We are here to help those enterprises and people who are not appealing for the financial system."

IDF Lone Soldiers Use ‘Yom Sidurim’ to Get Driver’s License, Others Check Out Schools,...

“Military service in the IDF is difficult and challenging for every soldier, and even more so for Lone Soldiers."

Charlotte, NC Holocaust Survivor, 93, Fulfills Life’s Dream of Visiting IDF Soldiers on Base

“I grew up as a Jewish boy in Nazi Germany and when I saw a policeman or a soldier, I would turn and run the other way,” Bienstock said.

Israel Sends Medical Supplies to China for Coronavirus on Last Flight Out

The medical supplies were sent directly to the Chinese Ministry of Health.

MDA Sends Anti Contagion Protection Equipment to Chabad Houses in China

The protective kits, which include special suits, masks, glasses, shoes and hats, aim to prevent infection in the event of contact with a sick person.

A Medic in a (Wedding) Suit Shows Up When Needed

The MDA volunteer from Tzefat could not have imagined this was the way his wedding day would turn out.

Ohr Torah Stone Launches Jewish Education Grants to Small European Communities

The first recipients of the grant will help strengthen seven small European communities in Helsinki, Finland; Riga, Latvia; Oslo, Norway; and Warsaw, Szczecin and Wroclaw, Poland.

Jerusalem Zoo Sends Aid to Help Animals Injured in Australia Fires

Critical donations are being sent in the wake of the massive brush fires that have resulted in the death of millions of species since September.

WATCH: The Critical Need For Lifesaving EpiPens In Israel

Only a handful of United Hatzalah medics have EpiPens. You can change that!

15 Jewish Camps Awarded Funding to Improve Ability to Include Disabled Campers

Each grant recipient made a commitment to increasing its population of campers with disabilities to at least five percent of the total camper population.

The Vast Majority of Jews Don’t Know about Ptil Tekhelet

The Ptil Tekhelet Education Center is making the mitzvah of Tekhelet accessible, fun and relevant.

You Can Beautify Hebron and Honor the Original Fathers and Mothers

The Hebron Fund is raising $1 million for Israel’s most ancient and most strategic Jewish community – Hebron.

Liv. Giv. Netiv.

It’s time to LIV! It’s time to GIV! It’s time to NETIV!

UN Honors Israeli Doctors Who Save Arab Children’s Lives

The doctors have performed life-saving surgeries on nearly 5,000 children since the organization started more than 20 years ago.

Soccer Superstar Messi Visits ‘Save A Child’s Heart’ African Patients in Israel

The charity brings children to Israel from Africa and other parts of the world for life-changing heart surgery at Wolfson Hospital.

‘One Doesn’t Cancel a Wedding!’ (Even Under Rocket Fire)

"The cost is not relevant today. It is the mitzvah that counts. These circumstances are atrocious. Thank God at least we can do this much."

Haim & Cheryl Saban Donate $15M to IDF Soldiers at Los Angeles Fete

"The basic strategy is 50-50... for every dollar we give in America, we give a dollar in Israel."

Radical Feminists Target Haredi Non-Profit Fundraiser

Ezra LeMarpeh helps all Israelis, but that's not good enough for some radicals, so now it may close down.

Passenger Leaves Touching Note to Israeli Who Gave Up His Seat

Last week, as usual, Haifa resident Yaniv Rosen made his way back home from Tel Aviv on the train, and noticed an older woman...


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