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Direct Donation to Israeli Families in Need

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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

835
Families we've helped
₪2,265,027
Donated to families so far
2,233
Children that we've helped fill their fridges

Meet the Families

Family ID: 3318
Single mom
1 child

Ever since her early childhood S. struggled with the emotional, behavioral, social and educational difficulties caused by growing up in a broken home. She didn’t even complete 12 years of grade-school. S. witnessed her brothers being taken into custody, and from a young age knew all too well how the drug trade operated… She watched her handicapped mother suffer, and saw her father collapse every evening after a long day's work as a truck driver. It came as no surprise that she sought to leave the house at a very young age and rent an apartment with her boyfriend. Her son was conceived from a mere acquaintance, without even knowing his fathers identity, and with no source of income after giving birth she quickly began accumulating debt in private loans and unpaid rent. To date, she still has no way to provide for her or her baby's basic needs and lacks any source of funding, while throughout the Covid19 crisis she and her baby were in and out of quarantine, yet again leaving her unable to work. More recently she joined a financial rehab program, and began receiving financial guidance and oversight. Financial support will enable her stability and secure her son's nutritional security and overall health.
Children's ages: 1
(children’s under the age of 20)

Single Mom 1

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$123  left to go

Family ID: 3319
Married
2 children

The D.’s are a family of 4. The mother L. suffers from back pains which limit her vocational opportunities, being that she can’t work manual labor jobs for long periods of time. Despite the difficulty, she continues to work a few hours a day as the cook in a daycare, because also the husband’s salary is surprisingly low. The family lives in a rented apartment after being denied gov. housing, and being that they are having great difficulty supporting themselves or affording their children's and the home's basic expenses they regularly turn to Social Services requesting material support. The D.’s need our help and support if they are going to survive in their tight situation.
Children's ages: 6, 8
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 2

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$98  left to go

Family ID: 3350
Married
3 children

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Children's ages: 5, 6, 8
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 3

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$143  left to go

Family ID: 3364
Divorced
2 children under 20 years old

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Children's ages: 16, 18
(children’s under the age of 20)

Divorced 2

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$186  left to go

Family ID: 3559
Divorced
1 child under 20 years old

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Children's ages: 12
(children’s under the age of 20)

Divorced 1

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$171  left to go

Family ID: 2887
Divorced
4 children

I. is an intelligent woman with lots of ambition and desire to succeed. She is interested in completing a professional course and finding work that is tailored to her abilities but at the same time she bears the burden of raising her 4 children alone. She feels dissatisfaction, overwhelmed and her financial situation adds to her daily difficulties. The father of the children does not pay alimony and she survives from the food allowance she receives from the National Insurance, child benefit and housing benefit. Recently she started working part-time but is still constantly in debt as the basic expenses are substantially larger than the income.
Children's ages: 10, 11, 13, 17
(children’s under the age of 20)

Divorced 4

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$51  left to go

Family ID: 2900
Divorced
4 children under 20 years old

Y. made Aliyah hoping to leave behind her difficult childhood years, growing up without a mother and with an abusive father. As is the case with many, she would relive her childhood by unknowingly entering a relationship with a physically abusive spouse. They would have four kids together, before she gathered the courage to end their suffering. She filed for a divorce, but not soon enough, leaving all four children emotionally scarred and in urgent need of therapy. Although Y. didn’t shy away whatever employment she could find, including manual labor, recent medical issues forced her to leave her job. Currently unemployed, Y. is undergoing therapy and doing everything possible to rebuild her and her children’s lives. After undergoing so many challenges, this family is in desperate need of support, to allow them both stability and renewed hope.
Children's ages: 12, 12, 14, 16
(children’s under the age of 20)

Divorced 4

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$22  left to go

Family ID: 2988
Married
3 children

N. and his wife made Aliyah over 20 years ago, but N. never managed to ‘find himself’ in an unfamiliar society and continuously worked random jobs. His wife is psychiatrically challenged and frequently admitted to a psychiatric ward, their only steady income is from her monthly disability benefits - a mere 3,500 NIS. They have 4 children, and all at high-risk due to the mother’s condition and reported abuse by their father. The children are receiving intense treatments through Social Services. The house is neglected, the furniture aging, and only minimally functioning. There is no question that these children need any help possible!
Children's ages: 12, 16, 18
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 3

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$101  left to go

Family ID: 3125
Married
4 children

4 children and the mother’s pregnant yet again, whilst their home is anything but stable. The father couldn’t complete 12 years of schooling, the mother doesn’t work. She now suffers from Thalassemia that severely impedes her ability to function, in addition to causing chronic exhaustion and weakness that frequently leaves her unable to do even basic chores around the house. Neither parent works a steady job, and the ones who need us most, are the children left forlorn.
Children's ages: 1, 3, 5, 6
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 4

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$200  left to go

Family ID: 3569
Single mom
5 children under 20 years old

_K. is a cancer survivor who immigrated from France. She lives with her kids at her elderly mother’s whose only income is her pension. The father of K’s 4 younger children has been incarcerated abroad for a number of years and the father of her 2 older children is out of the picture completely. Some of her kids have been undergoing intense treatment in the youth department of social services for a number of issues. K has been dealing with all this difficulty on her own and hasn’t been able to provide for her childrens most basic needs for their healthy development. She is in great need of support.
Children's ages: 7, 9, 12, 13, 16
(children’s under the age of 20)

Single Mom 5

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$200  left to go

Family ID: 3570
Divorced
2 children

S, an immigrant from Ethiopia and a single mother of two young children has been having trouble acclimating to life in Israel, the absorption difficulties still weigh heavy on her life. S hasn’t been able to integrate into the workforce and therefore doesn’t work. She needs help getting back on her feet so that she will be able to stabilize her financial situation for her and her children.
Children's ages: 2, 9
(children’s under the age of 20)

Divorced 2

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$142  left to go

Family ID: 3571
Divorced
1 child

H is a single mother who divorced her husband after suffering years of abuse and had to relocate far away from him. Today, she has returned to her hometown because her youngest daughter wants to have a relationship with her father, a situation that brings up a lot of difficult feelings for H and affects her mental state. H lives only off of a guaranteed minimal income stipend. She has been having a very hard time paying her rent and other living expenses on top taking care of her family and home. She has been working hard to rehabilitate herself and reach financial independence, but she still needs some help getting there.
Children's ages: 2
(children’s under the age of 20)

Divorced 1

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$171  left to go

Family ID: 3572
Divorced
3 children under 20 years old

The 4 children of the B family have been through quite a bit of hardship, after years of bearing witness to the violence their father inflicted on their mother. Today, E has managed to lift herself up a bit and is going through divorce proceedings. She lives with her 21 year old son who suffers from a number of health issues and is dependent on her both emotionally and financially. The lack of financial resources has intensified the broken family’s suffering and need and has left them waiting for salvation.
Children's ages: 4, 6, 15
(children’s under the age of 20)

Divorced 3

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$171  left to go

Family ID: 3573
Widow
3 children

_T is a widow, mother of three and suffers from Lupus. She undergoes constant medical treatments for her condition. T can’t work because she suffers from intense pain in her legs. She has been able to get food donations from an NGO in her city on weekends and holidays, but most of the time she has no ability to purchase food for her family on a regular basis. Thus the family doesn’t always have access to food and nourishment. The family needs assistance stabilizing nutritional security in their home.
Children's ages: 8, 11, 13
(children’s under the age of 20)

Widow 3

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$200  left to go

Family ID: 3574
Married
4 children

_About a year ago, G underwent a workplace accident. He was a stockroom worker and broke a vertebrae in his back. The injury prevents him from being able to go back to work. Only recently, when his employer finally gave him approval to stop working, did G start signing for unemployment. The family’s only income is the mothers paycheck and they have been dealing with difficulty and stress surrounding the daily expenses in their home. The T family immigrated from Ethiopia and have been in financial survival mode for many years. Their financial situation is dire and they need immediate help.
Children's ages: 5, 7, 15, 18
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 4

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$166  left to go

Family ID: 3575
Married
4 children

_They can’t make their rent, their landlord is threatening to evict them... The P couple are both on their second marriages and are raising six kids, some of which are from the mother’s first marriage. The father, Z, works hard but most of his salary goes to alimony and he is barely left with enough to support his new home. The couple pay private rent and are seeking help with it, but until they are approved for assistance, if they will be at all, they haven’t been able to cover all their expenses and are in survival mode. This family needs any available assistance.
Children's ages: <1, 2, 3, 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

Family ID: 3576
Married
2 children

They have both endured serious injuries recently and are already dealing with complicated life circumstances as a married couple. The couple, P and H, are very young parents of two toddlers with another on the way. They have been carrying a debt of hundreds of thousands of Shekels that they accumulated in their youth. They depend on weekly donations of food, clothing and equipment for their children and for them. P, the mother, suffers from symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder which affect her ability to function. She has yet to be approved for disability benefits and can’t work. H, the father, is at the moment fulfilling community service hours and therefore cannot work.
Children's ages: 1, 2
(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: 3577
Married
1 child

K. is a hard working woman who has been working for years. In 2020, she had to go on bedrest during a pregnancy which didn’t come to term in the end and decided to sign for unemployment given the pandemic. In 2021, unemployment payments stopped for everyone under the age of 40 and she found herself on bedrest, with no ability to work and no money coming in except for a small alimony stipend from social security. She submitted requests for disability benefits and a guaranteed minimal income which were both refused. In the end, she was given a temporary disability stipend of 3,100 NIS for two months until the end of her pregnancy. She has been having a very hard time supporting her two children, while receiving some help from social services and accumulating quite a bit of debt.
Children's ages: 9
(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: 3578
Divorced
3 children

_ A takes care of her daughters who suffer from anxiety and therefore doesn’t work. She lives off of a guaranteed minimal income stipend only. A can’t cover all her daily expenses and take care of all her daughters’ needs, treatments and medications. She is in debt and worries about her family's well being. A needs urgent help in order to provide her daughters with financial and medical security.
Children's ages: 1, 8, 10
(children’s under the age of 20)

Divorced 3

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$200  left to go

Family ID: 3579
Married
7 children

When we opened the freezer at the B family home, we were shocked. It was empty - there was no chicken or meat in there!! And the fridge contained only a few vegetables and bread. Where do the children sleep? We asked when we didn’t see any beds... On comforters, was the difficult answer we received. The father, R, suffers from a severe sight impairment and receives a disability stipend. The mother, D, suffers from Postpartum Depression and is under the care of a psychiatrist. The family has been on the waitlist for public housing through the Ministry of Construction and in the meantime need immediate assistance to at least protect the health, nutrition and safety of their children.
Children's ages: 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 15
(children’s under the age of 20)

Married 7

Referral source: Social services

Monthly support goal: $200 in food stamps

$129  left to go

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