Farmer-to-Farmer responds to the local needs of host-country farmers and organizations like HAF in developing and transitional countries.
“Our goal is a hand up, not a hand out,” Rabbi Avroham Leventhal explained.
Coronavirus has also exposed the cold truth: While the public greatly values nonprofit organizations, this appreciation is not reflected in government budgets.
Named Skills for Impact, the new initiative will work to connect nonprofits and volunteers over an online platform to provide the Jewish community with expert support to address urgent needs.
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
Now with the coronavirus pandemic, the soup kitchens are busier than ever; they need all hands on deck.
While the Bad is quite easy to see, the coronavirus crisis has brought out kindness out of people.
Today, the nonprofit is run by CEO Israel Almasi and has grown to provide a wide range of non-medical services, from assistance with flat tires to small home repairs.
The program is designed to dramatically increase the number of Jewish youth between the ages of 17 and 40 who do volunteer work in vulnerable communities and also bolster their Jewish identity.
One recent evening, a babysitter was looking after some children in their home