Arab Israeli Conflict
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Hundreds of children in Israel grow up in single-parent homes. Aware of the growing need in Israel for mature mentors for lonely children, Libby Reichman decided to open a local branch of the successful mentoring program Big Brothers/Big Sisters.
Organizations allow visitors to help those in need.
Two Israelis were sent back to Israel after a humiliating ordeal.
"We are working in an area without power helping families with sick children and elderly people who were unable to evacuate."
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Good deeds day is a day that connects people of all ages, cultures and religions.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
ALEH volunteers come from all walks of life.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Some 63% of traditional non-religious Jews give money to charity, 69% of religiously traditional Jews, 80% of religious Jews and 89% of haredi Jews.
By JEREMY SHARON
A network of alumni from WIZO’s schools and youth villages will serve as a new volunteer body working for the improvement of Israeli society.
Presiding over World WIZO, a network of 800 projects serving hundreds of thousands of children, youth and women across Israel, chairperson Rivka Lazovsky is in the business of changing lives
By YONATAN SREDNI
Bialik spent half a day at the organization's facilities in Ra'anana last month during a bar mitzvah trip for her oldest son, Miles.
By AMY SPIRO
The prize is awarded every year to 12 individuals and organizations who through their volunteer activities, have made valuable contributions to society.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
With 8,500 activists spread around the country, Yedidim volunteers have rescued over 450 children locked in cars in 2018 and one Jerusalem Post reporter
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
The organization has recorded testimonies and personal stories by over 1,000 survivors to date.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
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