Change Through Charity
Tonight One Third of Israeli Children Will Go To Bed Hungry
Over seven hundred thousand children in Israel live below the poverty line. But poverty doesn’t begin with hunger. Hunger is a symptom. So are depression, disease, and abuse.
Since the Weisel family began distributing weekly food boxes out of their home in 1980, Yad Eliezer's charity initiatives have grown to combat many symptoms of poverty. Israel's largest hunger-relief agency is also one of the only comprehensive anti-poverty networks impacting the entire nation.
Although poverty rehabilitation begins with our food boxes, it doesn't end with them. In-house collaboration between our nineteen economic and social welfare programs leads to hunger relief and poverty rehabilitation with lasting effects. With your help, over 20,000 Yad Eliezer families are breaking the cycle of poverty once and for all.FIND OUT MORE
Break the Cycle of Poverty in Israel Today
BLOG: The head of the table is empty, but will the plates be too?
Single mothers have all of the responsibility and none of the support, unless we step in and make a difference in their lives... + FIND OUT MORE
BLOG: Pesach is coming, but will they feel the freedom?
The requests are pouring in like never before. Families are in dire need of food, clothing and other essentials. Take a look at what Yad Eliezer is doing to prepare for Pesach. Will you join us? + FIND OUT MORE
NEWS: Many thanks to The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles
Yad Eliezer would like to thank The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles for their... + FIND OUT MORE
BLOG: How can we possibly thank them?
They dedicate some of the best years of their lives to the well-being of their nation, being paid only a pithy stipend that covers a fraction of their expenses.They shed blood, sweat and tears to keep us safe under fire. How can we possibly thank the IDF soldiers for everything that they do? + FIND OUT MORE
NEWS: What could be better than a family Purim celebration?
Knowing that you made the difference for a poor family, a family who would not have had... + FIND OUT MORE