Leket Israel, Israel’s National Food Bank and premier food rescue organization, collects and rescues 40 million pounds of healthy, surplus food annually that would have gone to waste, and distributes it to those in need. Leket does this by working with hotels, corporate kitchens, army bases, farmers, and others to collect hot meals and produce that aren’t going to be eaten and delivers them to its 200 nonprofit partners throughout Israel. Through these initiatives, Leket Israel helps to feed over 175,000 people per week including families, Holocaust survivors, elderly, youth at risk, and more.
Founded in 2002, ArtWorks, The Naomi Cohain Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to improving the healthcare experience of pediatric patients through the arts. ArtWorks provides children and young adults starting from birth to age 24 facing chronic and life-limiting illnesses, and their families, access to creative and performing arts programs that serve as a vehicle for healing, communication, self-expression and personal development.
Billy’s BASEballs is dedicated to providing cheer to military troops at home and abroad. Have you ever signed a baseball? It’s a pretty cool thing. Volunteers sign baseballs with notes of encouragement and send them to the troops. Come be a part of this great experience.
Bnei Akiva is at the forefront of Religious Zionist education for youth, by youth. We have chapters across the United States, Canada, and the world over. Bnei Akiva school–year and summer educational programming takes participants and members from childhood through the college years.
Breaking the Chain Through Education is a non-profit organization that aims to eradicate child slave trafficking in Ghana. So far they have rescued and continue to educate 76 children who were formerly trafficked as slaves in Ghana’s fishing industry.
Chai Lifeline New Jersey assists families dealing with serious illness.
Children’s Aid and Family Services preserves, protects and, when needed, provides vulnerable children and families.
Clean Ocean Action is a non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against pollution in the waters off of the New York and New Jersey coast. Since 1984, Clean Ocean Action has used citizen action, research and education to advocate for solutions to pollution.
CUMAC feeds people and changes lives, while working to alleviate hunger and poverty in Passaic County and northern NJ. Their programs provide individuals with life’s basic necessities. The food pantry feeds over 2500 people annually; and the Depot receives, stores and distributes about 2 million pounds of food to 40 partner feeding agencies. The Community Food Coalition works with 20 pantries to broaden CUMAC’s feeding outreach. The Community Closet provides disaster relief to those in need while our permanent supportive housing offers homes to individuals struggling with disabilities and homelessness. Lastly, Pathways to Work provides critical job training skills.
Dellridge Health and Rehabilitation Center a sub acute/long term care center. Each client who selects Dellridge Health and Rehabilitation Center immediately becomes part of the family. When not participating in rehabilitative treatment, clients join in a wide-range of creative and interesting activities throughout the day and evening, including art therapy, movies, games, outings, music and cooking classes. At meal time, clients can relax in one of our three tastefully decorated dining rooms and enjoy healthy cuisine prepared by our accomplished chef.