The Darkness of Poverty
As you light your Chanuka candles, remember the children with less.
Chanuka is a holiday of light. As winter blows cold against the window panes, thousands of tiny golden flames illuminate the streets of Israel. It’s a magical time. But what is taking place in the homes hidden behind the warm, cheerful lights?
This Chanuka, thousands of children in Israel will still go to sleep hungry. Going to school to hear about the new toys and clothes that classmates received for Chanuka gifts is very painful when your own family doesn’t even have enough money to provide you with a sandwich for lunch.
This Chanuka, what are you celebrating? Help illuminate the darkness with Yad Eliezer.
Light Up a Life With Yad Eliezer
Yad Eliezer illuminates the darkness for over 20,000 families in Israel today. That’s over 80,000 children.
Our aim is to change the face of the next generation- that children being raised in homes below the line of poverty will be given what they need in order to rise above their challenges, and reach achievements far beyond the limitations of their youth. In order to do so, we provide 180 babies each month with formula, saving them from the mental and physical ravages of early malnutrition.We provide over 4,500 large food boxes monthly to families who would otherwise be lacking vital nutrition. Big Brothers and Big Sisters are arranged for over 4,500 young kids-at-risk in a program that has proven itself capable of keeping kids off of the streets and investing in their studies. 800 children needing tutoring to help them overcome their learning
Join the Yad Eliezer family and make an impact for Israel. Your Yad Eliezer Chanuka donations can be made in honor of your loved ones or in memory of friends and family. As you celebrate the holiday of light, your joy will run deeper with the knowledge that you have put a smile on the face of a hungry child.
This Chanuka, give a gift that makes a difference. Light up a life with Yad Eliezer. Let’s celebrate together.
Yad Eliezer would like to thank Joe Utsler, Avital Pinnick, and Mike Sussman for contributing their photography to this non-profit charity endeavor.