Over 20% of Israel's citizens are living under the official poverty line! Israel's poverty situation is at an all time high. It is so high it is twice the OECD Average of 11.3%!!!! The income inequality is so high it is only surpassed by Mexico and Chile. There are millions of Jews we need to help this Pesach!
ISRAELS POVERTY SITUATION IS AT AN ALL TIME HIGH!!!! WITH OVER 1.7 MILLION CITIZENS LIVING UNDER THE OFFICIAL POVERTY LINE!!!! THATS OVER 20% OF OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN ISRAEL SUFFERING IN POVERTY. THEIR CHILDREN GO TO SLEEP HUNGRY EVEN DURING THE HOLIDAYS!!!!! WE HAVE TO HELP THEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This February we provided 6,289 needy Families in Israel with "Food Cards" Totalling 1.378.250 Shekels. In Dollars thats $394.000!!!
In 2013, the "Food Card" continued to grow and provided 84,509 FOOD CARDS with a value of more than 21M Shekel ($6.1M USD). to some of Israel's neediest families with food assistance in the most dignified, cost effective and transparent way.
Two out of four children living in Israel go to bed hungry, and live under the national poverty line, Sadly, these children have nothing to be happy about.
Chanukah is all about miracles and here at Global Jewish (JAR) we see living miracles all the time
Here at Global Jewish Assistance and relief Network (JAR) we work throughout the entire year to help gain funds and support for Needy Families living in
We are writing you today to to solicit your support and participation in providing assistance for orphans, needy families, soldiers of the IDF and holocaust survivors in Israel for the High Holidays.
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED - PART I
DIGNITY FIRST AND FOOD CARDS TOPS ISRAELI GOVERNMENT AGENDA
This past week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Minister of Welfare Moshe Kachlon announced a major undertaking to feed the underprivileged in Israeli society with a new funding effort of 100,000,000 Shekel (approx. $25M USD).
Monday, April 02, 2012, Israel Minister of Welfare, Moshe Kachlon strongly criticized the majority of Israeli NGO's distributing food packages and those operating soup kitchens, etc.
The reaction from the NGO sector was swift and furious, blaming the government for not doing enough and saying that they, the NGO's have no choice but to operate in the way they do, in order to collect funds and help the poor in place of government.