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4,772
Meals donated
9403
 

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leaders and change makers

 
 
אסנת פרי
837
visitors
$46,621
impact
Arnon Shafir
New York, NY
5477
visitors
$28,830
impact
אנה שלומן
Tel Aviv, Israel
1864
visitors
$13,290
impact
Eliezer Yaari
Jerusalem, Israel
1422
visitors
$11,960
impact
Stella B.
Israel
1049
visitors
$10,910
impact
אסנת פרי

Raised $46,561
Eliezer Yaari

Raised $11,790
Stella B.

Raised $11,270
Arnon Shafir

Raised $9,350
ירום א.

Raised $7,520

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Questions & Answers

 
 
Question:

What are the aims of Latet?

Answer:

Latet has 3 central goals:

1. Providing assistance to populations in crisis, in Israel and around the world.

2. Raising social awareness, and instilling values of mutual responsibility, volunteering, and giving.

3. Actions for policy change, with the goal of minimizing poverty levels and social gaps. We work toward realizing these goals by mobilizing Israeli civilians to take part in humanitarian activities.

Question:

Why is the organization involved in food distribution?

Answer:

Israeli society has long found itself in crisis, with tens of thousands of families forced to deal with one of the most striking signs of poverty – the problem of lack of food security, meaning the inability to provide basic minimal nutrition necessary for a balanced and healthy life to families and children. Latet’s decision to assist families in serious crisis and alleviate their burden as much as possible arises from a belief in our civil, humanitarian, and ethical responsibility to hold out our hand to weaker members of society. Latet works concurrently to apply pressure on the state to take responsibility for this situation. However, the phenomenon of poverty is so deep and widespread in Israeli society that we have no choice but to invest in physical aid (food) and long-term infrastructure as well.

 
     
 

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  Help us collect holiday meals for the needy!

Hundreds of thousands of families in Israel live without food security. Half of the children of these needy families are forced to skip meals as a result of the dire financial situation of their parents.

Your donation will allow thousands of families to celebrate Rosh Hashana with dignity and sit down to a holiday meal. If each of us contributes and spreads the message, we will be able to meet this important goal.

Happy holidays to all of us.
TYP
My goal: 50 meals
Raised so far: 0 meals
 
     
 
 

About the Project

 
 

Help us provide 10,000 holiday meals to needy families!

Right now we all have an opportunity to open our eyes, see the people around us who are living in serious crisis, and help them. Your contribution is significant and it will allow thousands of families to start the new year with hope and optimism, and to enjoy and dignified holiday meal.

 

 
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Set up your own fundraising page now, and make a huge difference!

 
 

Set up your fundraising page and get your friends and acquaintances to join you in collecting holiday meals for needy families using Facebook, Twitter, and E-mail. Your fundraising page effectively turns Latet’s donation page into your own personal donation page.

On your fundraising page you can upload personal photos or record a short 30-second video clip explaining why this drive is important to you, and set a personal fundraising goal for you and your friends to reach. 

 

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Status Report – Israel 2012

 
 
  • Israel is the poorest country in the Western world. While the poverty rate among adults and children in developed and industrialized countries (OECD) stands at 11%, in Israel 1,773,400 people (24.4%), 433,300 families (19.8%), and 837,300 children (35.3%) live in poverty.

  • Poverty Line – Per individual – NIS 2,413;   Per couple – NIS 3,861;   Per family with 4 members – NIS 6,178
 
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Latet – Israeli Humanitarian Aid

 
 

Latet – Israeli Humanitarian Aid is an organization founded in 1996 with the purpose to help populations in need in Israel and all over the world, on an universal and equal base, by motivating the civil society in Israel to be involved in the humanitarian field and thus to create social consciousness, to grant values of .mutual responsibility and giving, and to work to diminish poverty.

 
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