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Meir Panim - Relief Centers in Israel - was established to help alleviate and diminish the harmful effects of poverty on thousands of families across Israel. The need to help needy Israeli families break out of the vicious cycle of poverty is something that could not be ignored. American Friends of Meir Panim is steadfast in its mission to keep children-at-risk in productive environments, sustaining them and providing an opportunity for a brighter future.

Friends of Efrat – Israeli charity that saves Jewish children by helping pregnant women in distress.  Israeli all-volunteer non-profit with almost zero overhead.  Tzedakah donations to the Jewish cause.  Truly pro-choice and pro-life.  One of the best Jewish charities in Israel.

Ezer Mizion – the Israel Health Support Organization, offers an extensive range of medical and social support services to help Israel’s sick, disabled, elderly and underprivileged populations. Since its founding in 1979, Ezer Mizion has grown to become one of the largest non-profit organizations in Israel, benefiting over 650,000 people every year. Ezer Mizion has branches in over 20 cities throughout Israel, with over 11,000 volunteers and an annual budget of over US$20 million. Ezer Mizion’s diverse line-up of services includes the world’s largest Jewish Bone Marrow Donor Registry and specialized programs for children with special needs, cancer patients, the elderly, and terror victims.

Kol Israel Haverim, known in France as Alliance Israélite Universelle, was founded in Paris in 1860 out of a will to protect all Jews wherever they may be, contribute to their general and Jewish cultural development and promote the training of the young generation in handicrafts and agriculture. Alliance – Kol Israel Haverim is considered the leading organization in the fields of education and sociology. An organization that strives to promote a moral and equal society and strengthen Jewish identity. Alliance Israélite Universelle runs a variety of educational programs in many Israeli schools and communities. These programs seeks to promote equal opportunities in education and reduce scholastic gaps, instill Jewish values into school culture and create educational leadership that strives for social change based on the Jewish tradition.

Yedid – The Association for Community Empowerment – empowers low-income and vulnerable Israelis to break the cycle of poverty and reach self-sufficiency by accessing their rights and economic opportunities. Through a nationwide network of Citizen Rights Centers, highly trained volunteers provide invaluable assistance to thousands of needy individuals and families from across the spectrum of Israel’s multi-cultural society. Volunteers include professionals from the practices of law, business, social work and accounting working side by side with empowered former clients.

Ethiopian National Project`s Scholastic Assistance Program - The ENP Scholastic Assistance Program uses a holistic approach to help 13-18 year old Ethiopian Israeli students improve their performance in school as a means to help them get into college and at the other end of the continuum, prevent them from dropping out of school as well as participating in other dangerous behaviors.

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How to give charity, from the most meritorious to the least meritorious:
- Enabling the recipient to become self-reliant
- Giving when neither party knows the other’s identity
- Giving when you know the recipient’s identity, but the recipient doesn’t know your identity
- Giving when you do not know the recipient’s identity, but the recipient knows your identity
- Giving before being asked
- Giving after being asked
- Giving less that you should, but giving it cheerfully
- Giving begrudgingly

Where and Who to give charity to, in order of priorities:
- Family and close relatives
- Local Jewish community
- Jewish community in Eretz Israel
- Jewish communities worldwide
- Local community in general
- International assistance to needy people


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