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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.
ALEH Negev cares for some 150 residents with severe disabilities
By LINDA GRADSTEIN
For these veteran immigrants who volunteer at United Hatzalah, contributing to Israel is a way of life.
By NOA AMOUYAL
According to Haredi media reports, anyone who volunteers for Magen David Adom or United Hatzalah under the age of 30 will not be welcomed in Gur institutions and neither will their children.
By JEREMY SHARON
By JPOST.COM STAFF
“Last year 7,500 Taiwanese came to Israel and pretty much the same in reverse, and we want more."
By SARAH LEVI
From Metulla to Eilat, the volunteers of United Hatzalah work miracles 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
By BECKY BROTHMAN
“There are many organizations for kids with cancer, but what is unique about this one is the optimism.”
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
President Reuven Rivlin bestowed the award on this year's individuals and organizations who selfless activities for the country have made a significant impact.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Tune in Saturday, April 15th to join Jews from all over to provide a basket of food for needy families.
It’s time for the Jewish people to come together to ensure all Israelis can celebrate a meaningful holiday.
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