Help Others believes that charity (Tzedaka) is an important part of everyone's life. We support many charitable and not-for-profit educational organizations through our site and encourage you to do the same.

We have listed a number of organizations, each of which provide hope and support to those they serve.

We encourage you to read about each of these charity organizations. Discover their stories, be inspired, and join us in supporting these wonderful, life changing associations.

Life’s Door-Tishkofet (LDT) has been transforming the experience of people facing life-threatening illness from one of anguish, confusion or denial to one that encourages collaboration, growth and hope for patients, families and professionals. Founded by leading oncologist, Prof. Ben Corn, MD and his wife Dvora Corn MSc, an occupational and family therapist, the organization has been expanding beyond medical care to meet the emotional and spiritual needs of clients. LDT offers individual psychotherapy and spiritual care, supportive and creative expression groups, retreats, as well as training programs for professionals and volunteers.


Please support Tishkofet

Maksam is a network of four neighborhood centers in Hadera, Israel, offering after-school learning and enrichment to the children of the city’s Ethiopian community. Maksam is operated by the Gidon Association for Ethiopian Jews in Hadera, a grassroots non-profit organization that has worked to promote the successful integration of the Ethiopian community in Israeli society for the past 22 years.
Around 200 children attend Maksam five afternoons each week throughout the school year. The highly motivated team of volunteers and teachers at Maksam provide professional instruction in English, Math, Hebrew and Computers, and unlimited homework help. The children participate in sports and arts & crafts activities, as well as receive a hot meal every day.

Please support Maksam

The South African Zionist Federation (Israel), affectionately known as Telfed, is the representative body of South African Jewry and Southern African Olim in Israel, since 1948.
Keren Telfed provides assistance to Southern Africans in Israel in a variety of ways: see our projects.
Telfed's Ethiopian Community Initiative (TECI) is dedicated to improving the level of absorption of the Ethiopian community and its inclusion in Israeli society. More on TECI
Telfed's 'PRAS' study bursary programme supports students who mentor Olim and assist in the community: Learn more about PRAS SCHOLARSHIPS

Please support Telfed

JobKatif, founded and chaired by Rav Yosef Zvi Rimon, was established in August 2005, to cope with the widespread unemployment of the Gush Katif evacuees, caused by the Disengagement.  The goal: to create a holistic program to help them reintegrate into the work force.  Since 2005, JobKatif has helped 2,400 people. Yet, there remain hundreds still unemployed. Time is running out.  The Government triples donations, but this agreement terminates soon.  With your help, we can help them rebuild their lives. One job at a time.   

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Please support Job Katif