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With a little more help, Shimmy will return to Eretz Yisrael a healthy little boy

I’m writing you with a bleeding, broken heart, hoping and praying that my words—which come straight from the heart—will penetrate yours.

With a little more help, Shimmy will return to Israel healthy

Jonathan Pollard: Give vegetables that can't be exported to Ukraine and Russia to the poor

Jonathan Pollard calls for the Israeli gov to donate to the poor 50,000 tons of vegetables that can't be exported to Ukraine and Russia.

'Give vegetables that can't be exported to Ukraine to the poor'player

Florida city suddenly shuts down kosher food bank

Kosher food bank in Dania Beach, Florida shut down without warning, with notice citing "safety and traffic concerns."

Florida city suddenly shuts down kosher food bank

The act of giving is what truly makes us human

Nothing lifts us up like giving! While our natural instincts may tend toward looking out for number one, the act of giving is

The act of giving is what truly makes us humanplayer

Enablers are as important as achievers!

The poles were an inseparable part of the Ark. They were never removed. "A tree of life to those who suppot her."

Enablers are as important as achievers!

The Recipient or the Giver - who is more important?

It is not enough to be a giving spouse; Be an attentive one. It is not enough that your children love you, Let them know you love them.

The Recipient or the Giver - who is more important?

What my mother taught me about charity

The humanitarian impulse was so ingrained over the generations that Jews became known for donating more than any other group. Op-ed.

What my mother taught me about charity

2,000 Jews pledge to leave at least 50% of their estate to Jewish causes

2,000 Jews sign pledge to leave at least 50% of their estate to charitable causes that support the Jewish people or the State of Israel.

2,000 Jews pledge to leave 50% of their estate to Jewish causes

Australian Jewish philanthropist Eva Besen dies at 93

Besen Family Foundation was active in funding projects in the Negev, including a high school and high tech hub.

Australian Jewish philanthropist Eva Besen dies at 93

Florida Jewish federation delivers 7,500 backpacks to needy kids

24-year old program is needed more than ever with pandemic causing financial hardships for many families.

Florida Jewish federation delivers 7,500 backpacks to needy kids

Help a Nine-Year-Old Win His Battle

Moishe, 9, wants to be in yeshivah or outside playing ball with friends. Instead, these things have become distant memories and dreams.

Help a Nine-Year-Old Win His Battle

Anti-Semitism watchdog slams UK charity director for offensive posts

Director of British transportation charity denounced for tweets calling Israel "racist state" guilty of "massacres and ethnic cleansing."

Anti-Semitism watchdog slams UK charity boss for offensive posts

Historic level of London anti-Semitic incidents, charity reports

Community Security Trust records 201 incidents in May, calls incidents “utterly predictable and completely disgraceful.”

Historic level of London anti-Semitic incidents, charity reports

UK Jewish charity for learning disabled hacked by pro-Palestinian activsts

Charity's Instagram page defaced with Palestinian flags, anti-Israel slogan and call for genocide against Jews.

Jewish charity for learning disabled hacked by activists

She Followed Her Instincts...And It Saved Her Son’s Life

When Rochie Rydal’s son of thirteen years started to throw up after every meal several years ago, she almost chalked it up to a stomach bug.

She Followed Her Instincts...And It Saved Her Son’s Life

Widow of volunteer EMT: 'They say he had a kindness disorder'

Revital Har Kesef, widow of emergency first responder killed in tragic accident during Passover, recalls her husband's 'kindness disorder'.

Widow of volunteer EMT: 'They say he had a kindness disorder'player

A Torah Thought on "giving and getting"

We all have thoughts about giving to and getting from others. This video teaches what Rabbi Eliyahu, the Gaon of Vilna, taught about it.

A Torah Thought on "giving and getting"player

Your opportunity to help 39 orphans get married

39 penniless orphans are getting married, but at the moment, they don't have a dollar to their name. This is your chance to help!

Your opportunity to help 39 orphans get married

How do you know if you're still young?

Rebbe Nachman writes this on Mother Sarah and us: 'This is the essence of perfection – to begin to live over and over again.'. How?

How do you know if you're still young?

Olelim - The nutritional safety net for hungry children

With tens of thousands of children lacking food security, Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky calls on public to support nutritional safety net for kids.

Olelim - The nutritional safety net for hungry children

Rejoicing before G-d

Rejoicing before God is done intellectually and existentially – through prayer and Torah study.

Rejoicing before G-d

Open letter to the Jewish community

What’s more important than providing a ‘close to homeless’ family, a roof over their head?

Open letter to the Jewish community

How to help your local community during the pandemic

No matter where you live, there's a way you can help your local community get back on its feet.

How to help your local community during the pandemic

"I love my Avital, I'll do anything for her. Let her live!"

Three month old baby born in Israel suffering from rare heart condition. Everyday she is in and out of surgeries, fighting for her life.

Born With Rare Heart Defect, Israeli Baby Fighting For Her Life

Rav Asher Weiss: It’s a matter of saving lives

Now, the family is in the worst possible situation, and Rav Asher Weiss has spoken on their behalf.

Rav Asher Weiss: It’s a matter of saving lives

When a crisis throws the middle class off the charts

When a crisis throws the middle class off the charts

Watch: “He Will Not Be Sick!”

Watch what happened when Rav Chaim Kanievsky was asked what donors to Vaad HaRabbanim’s cholim fund should merit in return

Watch: “He Will Not Be Sick!”player

Justice is impartial, not social

Justice is impartial, not social

Monetary scandals

Monetary scandals

Widow and mother of 13 needs your help after going blind

Leah Frank, 60, raised her 13 children alone after her husband died. Now the rebbetzin, who manages kindergartens, is losing her eyesight.

Widow and mother of 13 needs your help after going blind

Family experiences unthinkable Shabbat morning tragedy

Five children’s lives were changed forever this month, when their mother Sima Chayun went to sleep on Friday night, and never woke up.

Family experiences unthinkable Shabbat morning tragedy

Jerusalem's needy residents vote for their favorite doughnut

In the spirit of elections, Colel Chabad polls guests and reminds us all what can be done for less than the price of a Hanukkah doughnut

Jerusalem's needy residents vote for their favorite doughnutplayer

In Jersey City, blacks and Jews are working to increase harmony after shooting attack

Two weeks after deadly shooting, blacks and Jews in Jersey City unite for holiday charity drive. 'We're all in this together.'

Jersey City: Blacks, Jews, hold holiday charity drive

It’s not a miracle - it’s Pure Friendship

Meet 'Friendship Circle' - a special organization for special kids, which fosters a special bond between the child and the volunteer.

It’s not a miracle - it’s Pure Friendshipplayer

Last hours of Rabbi Arush's special campaign

Watch: One of the students of the unique Jerusalem yeshiva explains about the special campaign to support Torah and Hessed

Last hours of Rabbi Arush's special campaignplayer

Jewish charity targeted by online harassment campaign

Arab users targeting Israeli Jewish charity succeed in forcing closure of charity's Facebook page for phony 'abuse' reports.

Jewish charity targeted by online harassment campaign

A legend to the Israeli and Russian Jewish communities

A legend to the Israeli and Russian Jewish communities

San Diego Jewish Academy breaks world record for sandwich-making

Jewish school makes 868 sandwiches in 180 seconds, waits for Guinness approval.

San Diego Jewish Academy breaks world record for sandwich-making

Anonymous entrepreneur restores Jewish cemetery in Poland

Anonymous donor spends hundreds of thousands to restore 19th century Jewish cemetery in town of Żywiec, Poland.

Anonymous entrepreneur restores Jewish cemetery in Poland

Treasure at the Cave of Machpelah

Two millionaires who visited the Tomb of the Patriarchs decided on a unique act of charity to worshipers praying at the cave for livelihood.

Treasure at the Cave of Machpelah