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We have a growing circle of volunteers, numbering an average of over 100 people, who help us with the foundation year after year.

The primary benefit of the voluntary work is not really the cost savings. The cooperation of selfless people who voluntarily undertake to help us without payment is one of the most powerful ways of spreading the ideal of solidarity and of community building.

Our team of volunteers is made up of people of roughly all ages, from school kids to senior citizens. The help they give us ranges from handling our phones to stacking objects for storage to mentoring children who are behind in their studies and many other actions.

Our volunteer programs respond actively to humanitarian needs (such as revitalizing communities in the aftermath of floods or restoring cemeteries following acts of vandalism) in both Jewish and non-Jewish communities.



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