Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on the world, but in doing so has also brought people closer to each other. Find out how global pandemic has impacted philanthropy.
As the Israeli-American Council’s Adam Milstein steps down as chairman, he reflects on its accomplishments
It is partnering with the NII to help nonprofits that are providing vital services to people in poverty.
Most Jewish camps have yet to announce whether they will open this summer.
Aaron Frenkel, international philanthropist, is matching all donations to Yad Sarah’s Emergency Campaign, which ends Monday evening
All over the world, people are losing their jobs, and this will affect the global economy. But most of all it will hurt those who are already in a position of few opportunities.
Company announces NIS 10 million fund to help stabilize economy and maintain public’s resilience
A British philanthropist has been supporting 900 widows, orphans, and IDF invalids in Israel for years. Now he pledges nearly $1,000,000 a year to charity over the next five years.
Planted in conjunction with the Jewish National Fund-USA, the trees will be in the name of the first thousand purchasers of his newest book, Lemon Juice
Each year, Myisrael highlights 18 carefully selected nonprofits from many different sectors in Israeli society that are helping vulnerable people from all cultural backgrounds break cycles of poverty