Meir Panim’s High Holiday campaign hopes to restore dignity to the many Holocaust Survivors living in poverty.

With the Rosh Hashanah holiday quickly approaching, the Jewish nation is in a process of self-reflection, assessing the past year’s actions and creating the coming year’s goals. But for Israel’s staggering 1.7 million impoverished Israelis, figuring out how to get their next meal and keep a roof over their heads is enough of a goal.

The opening of a refurbished youth club in Sderot was celebrated with much joy and fanfare. The remarkable renovations were sponsored by Meir Panim, a leading organization that successfully diminishes the harmful effects of poverty in Israel.

An In-Depth Look at Lifesaving Programs The Passover holiday brings with it a sense of cultural pride and an opportunity to rejoice with family. During this annual celebration, the Jewish nation unites to commemorate liberation from slavery in Egypt, to mark the gift of freedom in the Land of Israel, and to pay tribute to... Read more »

"It was painful to see this exhausted father, pregnant mother and weeping children living this way. I walked in and immediately saw the fear in their eyes."