American Jewish World Service
A nonprofit organization dedicated to providing nonsectarian humanitarian assistance and emergency relief to disadvantaged people worldwide.
Atzum empowers social justice projects in Israel.
Durham-Chapel Hill Jewish Family Services
The Inter-Faith Council for Social Service
Lifeline for the Old (Yad Lakashish)
A volunteer organization founded by M. Mendilow in 1962.
14 Shivtei Israel Street
Jerusalem 91000, Israel
Jewish National Fund
If you would like to purchase trees to be planted in Israel through Jewish National Fund, contact the local Hadassah Tree Chair. The Chapel Hill/ Durham chapter of Hadassah is our local agent for JNF.
A Jerusalem based non-profit organization which issues a certificate to restaurants indicating the business conforms to an additional set of “kosher” guidelines including good employment practices and accessibility for the disabled.
Supports hunger relief programs around the world.
The Save Darfur Coalition is inspiring action, raising awareness and speaking truth to power on behalf of the people of Darfur.
Mitzvah Heroes Fund, Inc.
Inspired by the work and teachings of Danny Siegel (founder and chairman of Ziv Tzedakah Fund, which distributed nearly $14,000,000 from 1981 until 2008 when it ceased operations).
Seeds of Peace
Dedicated to empowering young leaders from regions of conflict with the leadership skills required to advance reconciliation and coexistence.
Urban Ministries of Durham
Address 410 Liberty Street,
PO Box 249
Durham, NC 27702-0249
Voice (919) 682-0538
Fax (919) 688-7969
An Israel-wide network of volunteers aiding disabled, elderly and housebound people aimed at making home care possible.
A humanitarian vountary organization, coordinating nearly 1000 volunteers responding to tragic incidents in Israel.