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Direct Donation to Israeli Families in Need

Meet ClearGiving - The Startup that’s also a non-profit.
Now you can be 100% sure that your donation makes it directly to families in need.

100% Donation

100% of your donation money transfers directly to the family you choose. All operational costs and salaries are on us with LOVE

How Does it Work?

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Choose a family and make an anonymous monthly donation
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100% of the donation gets sent directly to the family in the form of digital Food Stamps
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See your impact through a donation summary report

1325
Families we've helped
₪4,940,817
Donated to families so far
3,341
Children that we've helped fill their fridges

Meet the Families

Family ID: 3758
Single mom
1 child

ס. אם חד הורית , שחוותה אלימות מהגרוש. היא עבדה בניקיון אך מצבה הבריאותי לא מאפשר לה להמשיך בעבודה פיזית קשה זו ולכן חיה מקצבת ה. הכנסה בלבד , ממנה היא מנסה לכלכל את משק הבית אך מוצאת עצמה ללא אפשרות לספק את הצרכים ההכרחיים המינימליים לה ולביתה הצעירה. כל עזרה לס. תתקבל בברכה.
Children's ages: 11
(children’s under the age of 20)

Single Mom 1

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$39  left to go

Family ID: 2886
Divorced
2 children under 20 years old

A was left destitute after she divorced and her husband sold the apartment that belonged to both of them. The father does not pay alimony and recently cut off gas supply to the apartment, stopped health insurance payments, restricted her bank account and threatened to cut off electricity. A lives alone with her 3 children and her meager salary is not enough to support her family.
Children's ages: 16, 19
(children’s under the age of 20)

Divorced 2

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$6  left to go

Family ID: 2922
Married
8 children under 20 years old

A large family with 11 children, living in a small and rundown 3 bedroom apartment. Both parents work hard but their salaries still won’t cover the essentials, let alone pay off outstanding debts. On top of the financial hurdles, the parents have significant difficulties caring for the home, they struggle to manage their home day to day tasks, on top of caring for the kids. Two of the children suffer from emotional and behavioral difficulties, which led to them being sent to an out-of-home care facility. The mother is collapsing under her workload and trying to care for her kids, and any financial assistance will significantly help to lighten her load and free up for her kids.
Children's ages: 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 16, 18
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 8

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$80  left to go

Family ID: 2937
Married
4 children

Their baby was born with a birth defect in the spinal cord, forcing her parents to relocate from their small town in the south to be in close proximity to the medical centers located in the central region of the country. The mother was forced to quit her job to care for their disabled baby, while the father works a brick and mortar job has to leave the house every morning at 4 am to put food on the table. They live in a rented apartment, with the vast majority of the father’s income going to pay the rent, your assistant is pivotal for this underprivileged family continued stability.
Children's ages: 2, 3, 4, 7
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 4

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$1  left to go

Family ID: 2969
Married
6 children

Five children crammed into one room without an inch of floor space… incomprehensible crowding. The father learns in Kollel, and the mother who suffers from a chronic disease is the sole supporter of this family of 9. They live in a rented apartment, horribly crowded. The majority of their furniture they bought online secondhand… but there is one thing these parents won’t forgo - and that’s keeping a well-stocked fridge. While the children may lack toys, and their clothes are systematically destroyed from black mold in the closets, these kids won’t lack food to eat. If we’ll just help with the grocery bill, we’d enable them to free-up some of their income to cover the rest of the children's needs, which are of no less importance.
Children's ages: 3, 3, 7, 9, 9, 12
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 6

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$8  left to go

Family ID: 2996
Married
3 children

Mere days before we came for the home visit, Y. - the primary breadwinner suffered a heart attack. A stroke had already left his wife handicapped, so when Y. was laid-off with the onset of the Covid19 crisis they began steadily accumulating debt, tens of thousands of NIS just to pay for basics. Their apartment was terribly impecunious! Broken doors, rusted plumbing, a fridge with nothing but vegetables, inadequate cleaning products, poverty and destitution screaming from every corner. He’s paying for their poverty with his health. With their mother already chronically ill, let’s save these children’s father!!
Children's ages: 12, 16, 19
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 3

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$36  left to go

Family ID: 3026
Married
8 children

Just take one look at the fridge. The sight is shocking, heart wrenching. "I can't explain to you what I feel. If only we wouldn't have been so desperate for help. I am so overcome with emotion… I'm simply overwhelmed that you came…" he told us, breaking into tears. Both parents work, but their combined salary isn't enough to support their 8 children, pay rent, and cover their bills. In the end... all said and done, the fridge, which needed to be filled with dairy products, fruit and vegetables - lays empty!!
Children's ages: 4, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 15, 16
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 8

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$51  left to go

Family ID: 3032
Married
3 children

M. used to work for a home repairs business doing backbreaking physical labor, until being diagnosed with a tumor around his eye. After undergoing a series of dangerous treatments, he was left handicapped, and forced to leave his job. His wife A. used to be employed as a case manager for a nonprofit organization, until she began suffering from sharp back pains... after a series of tests they discovered that she was suffering from fibromyalgia. A. endures excruciating pain during most hours of the day, leaving her unable to function. “We aren’t the type of people to turn to others for help”, they broke down crying during the home visit. We cried along with them.
Children's ages: 2, 6, 12
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 3

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$14  left to go

Family ID: 3816
Married
2 children

K, a broken and bitter woman, immigrated to Israel from India about 6 years ago with her children after her husband was murdered there. She remarried and gave birth to her youngest, but the marriage failed and she became a battered wife suffering both physical and verbal abuse. She left the house, moved in with her mother and is in the process of getting a divorce. K has a child who suffers from a mental illness and she takes care of him. She works in a factory, but the salary she makes helps pay her mother’s rent and the money that is left over is not enough to cover the family’s many expenses. K needs immediate help and support.
Children's ages: 3, 17
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 2

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$171  left to go

Family ID: 3817
Married
3 children

_In the A family, poverty and crowdedness is felt in every corner and directly affects the emotional state of the children. The mother, Z, a single mother of 3, doesn’t work because she cares for her son who suffers from CP and deals with the rest of her kids who are defined as “at-risk” with involvement of social services. The family has many debts and a lien on their bank account.
Children's ages: 7, 12, 14
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 3

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$98  left to go

Family ID: 3824
Married
2 children

_In the B family, there are young children desperate for a slice of bread. The family’s father suffers from a mental health disability and the mother was injured on her leg after giving birth and therefore can’t work. The family has immense debt amounting to 60,000 NIS. They live in public housing in tight quarters and much poverty. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Children's ages: <1, 4
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 2

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$49  left to go

Family ID: 3825
Married
6 children

_The A family of 6 were evicted from their apartment and moved to live with a family member who took them in temporarily. Recently, they managed to rent a small apartment and are waiting for public housing. The father, G, suffers from disability, the mother doesn’t work and the children are in social welfare frameworks. The A family needs help to provide their children with nutritional security for their proper development. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Children's ages: 4, 5, 6, 7, 13, 15
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 6

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$180  left to go

Family ID: 3826
Married
3 children

The mother and father of the E family have been dealing with health issues that have been affecting their ability to function and raise their kids. H, the father, suffers from PTSD from the army and M, the mother, suffers from fibromyalgia. She has physical disabilities because of her illness. H’s disability stipend is the family’s only source of income. They are in the process of getting M’s disability recognized in social security. Any support for the E family would be very much appreciated.
Children's ages: 11, 12, 14
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 3

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$186  left to go

Family ID: 3929
Married
1 child

P is a single mother who recently immigrated from Azerbaijan. P has no family network or support and has do deal with the difficulties of immigration alone. She works as a cleaner, but can’t make enough to cover her many expenses. P needs help, any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Children's ages: 13
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 1

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$200  left to go

Family ID: 3956
Married
2 children

A immigrated to Israel from the Ukraine with her two children because of the war. The father remained there because he is a soldier. She is trying to make it on her own in Israel. She lives with her children in a rented apartment, she doesn’t work and has been having trouble dealing with the crisis her family has undergone. Therefore, they are in a difficult financial situation.
Children's ages: 3, 13
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 2

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$200  left to go

Family ID: 3990
Married
5 children

The H family simply suffers from malnutrition! The mother, T, is not functional, she suffers from anxiety and the father suffers from a mental health disability. The family’s children take care of the parents, but desperately need assistance. The family lives off of the father’s income only. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Children's ages: 12, 15, 16, 16, 16
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 5

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$200  left to go

Family ID: 3993
Married
5 children

H was an at-risk teen who married an older divorced man. Her husband is an anti-social and dull person. He has been unable to join the workforce. The family has a child who suffers from Autism Spectrum Disorder. They are in financial despair and require assistance. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Children's ages: 5, 7, 10, 12, 14
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 5

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$200  left to go

Family ID: 3995
Married
3 children

For both parents of the S family, this is their second marriage. The couple has 2 underage children who live at home and 3 adults. All the children suffer from emotional issues and are considered at-risk youth. The S family is in severe and chronic financial despair. Any support would be greatly appreciated.
Children's ages: 7, 11, 15
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 3

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$200  left to go

Family ID: 4031
Married
1 child

L is a single mother who immigrated from the Ukraine during the war. Her ex- husband lives abroad and doesn’t pay alimony. L lives in a rented apartment and doesn’t work. The family is dealing with the difficult adjustments of immigration and a difficult financial situation. Any support would be greatly appreciated.
Children's ages: 16
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 1

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$200  left to go

Family ID: 4069
Married
4 children

The G couple has 4 children. The family had a business that went under and are now going through the bankruptcy process. Both parents work full time jobs and are making every effort possible to support themselves. Following the financial situation, the mother has been suffering from severe anxiety and is having trouble functioning at home. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Children's ages: 4, 6, 6, 8
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 4

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$200  left to go