The Community Fund provides the resources necessary to build up the social infrastructure and moral well-being of communities in Judea and Samaria. By donating to this fund, you are choosing to support community growth by way of Synagogues, Community Centers, Mikvaot, Daycares and Senior Centers, Orchards, Pinot Chamot, Poverty Relief Funding and religious articles for the IDF. This fund will allow us to allocate even more of these projects.
IDF Religious Articles
Our friends in the Office of the Chief Rabbinate of the IDF are partnering with One Israel Fund to fulfill the enormous demand for religious articles into the field for the soldiers of the IDF. This includes items such as olive green Dri-Fit Tzitzit (Religious Undergarments), Siddurim/Tehillim (Prayer Books), Taleitot (Prayer Shawls also used for burials), Field Aronot Kodesh (Ark for Sifrei Torah), etc. These are all in high demand – especially the tzitzit, which amazingly, are one of the first requests by all soldiers in time of war.DONATE NOW >Read More
Mateh Mordechai Orchard
Founded in memory of Raphael Mordechai Grob, One Israel Fund’s Mateh Mordechai Fruit Tree Orchard is blossoming with a variety of fruit trees. A fitting memorial to Mr. Grob, an ardent zionist who believed in settling the entire land of Israel-especially the Biblical Heartland of Judea and Samaria. The Orchard is located in the town of Eli and is maintained by the students of Talmud Torah Hadar Yosef. Trees can be donated for $36 each or can be purchased in groups of 10 for $300. There are also other dedication opportunities available through the One Israel Fund office.DONATE NOW >Read More
Shoulder to Shoulder
Shoulder to Shoulder is an organization founded to create a meaningful change in Israeli society through helping distressed families break the cycle of poverty. One of Shoulder to Shoulder’s primary goals is assisting families in reestablishing themselves as functioning members of society. The organization offers broad support to families from all facets of the Israeli population within the bottom socioeconomic tier of society through providing educational needs, medical needs and more. Our experience is that effective intervention requires comprehensive and intensive work at the root levels through ongoing holistic accompaniment for a period of one to two years.DONATE NOW >Read More
Project Hila Beit Shifra
The Shomron Regional Council serves more than 41,000 residents, including more than 18,000 students. Project Hila, provides a tailored high school experience for teens who have not been successful in a conventional framework. Project Hila is composed of a comprehensive team, led by Mr. Ami Haziz, Director of the Secondary Education Department in the Council. The project is supervised by professionals from the State Education and Welfare Departments. Beit Shifra, named for the Deputy Mayor’s mother, is a warm, loving home for girls in critical need of a safe place to live. The Israeli Ministry of Welfare recognizes homes like Beit Shifra as a temporary residence. Temporary residences serve as homes for youth that need a refuge from harmful conditions...DONATE NOW >Read More
Hachnassat Kallah Fund
This organization is working to bring relief to kallahs by focusing primarily on the setup of the new couple’s homes. The items are pre-arranged with various merchants and the couples are able to visit these merchants, “purchasing” the items themselves so as to ease the embarrassment of receiving handouts, allowing them the joy of shopping for these necessities. These items include: Shabbat Urn, Portable Phone, Food Processor, Microwave, Toaster Oven, Sandwich Toaster, Hand Blender, Stick Blender, Hot Water Heater, Cholent Pot/Slow Cooker, Frying Pan, Set of dishes, Two sets of Silverware, Set of Pots, Iron, CD Player, Heater, Fan, Tablecloths, Dishtowels, Face and Hand Towels, Set of Linens, 2 Comforters, 2 Pillows. The money goes towards the items listed, thus...DONATE NOW >Read More
Mekimi is an Israeli nonprofit organization that helps families and individuals experiencing severe financial distress regain independence and achieve long-term financial stability. These families face overwhelming daily challenges, and while they are trying to survive, they lose sight of any form of long-term financial goal. The ongoing financial hardship undermines the household’s stability, putting tremendous strain on the marriage and family life as the entire family suffers emotional angst and anxiety. Unfortunately, most of these families are reluctant to seek assistance due to shame and embarrassment; as their financial situation deteriorates, the opportunity and potential to stabilize their financial future diminishes. Mekimi helps specifically those who fell into a deep financial crisis and are on the verge of despair. Mekimi’s...DONATE NOW >Read More
Beis Moshe Community
The Beis Moshe Shul serves as a hub of Torah, Tefila and activities for the community and the surrounding neighborhood. From the early morning hours until late at night, the shul is home to Tefilot, Chavruotot and Kollelim. Since it was founded in 2000, Beis Moshe has been based in a caravan that the community has long since outgrown. The Beis Moshe has invested its own resources to build a new building and the outside has since been completed. They need help finishing the inside. Please donate generously and help Beis Moshe finish our building and continue our important activities to strengthen the community of Beitar Illit.DONATE NOW >Read More
Gvaot Sadna Dog Kennel Therapy
Over the years we have discovered that many students love nature and animals. Dogs have always played a central role in helping to make an emotional and personal contact with our students. Many of the students who come to us arrive due to behavioral issues or various mental disabilities. They are in need of a sense of connection and to be able to accept responsibility, which working with dogs can provide. After seeing that students were able to achieve and make tremendous progress caring for dogs, we decided to develop a project and build a curriculum with a focus on this type of interaction between our students and animals.DONATE NOW >Read More
Help One Israel Fund alleviate some of the burdens facing our brethren in these areas. Whether a time of holidays, when celebrations also require increased expenses, or just the day to day needs that are lacking, we ask you to consider contributing to Poverty Relief so that we can help make a difference. Any contribution will make a huge impact for these families.DONATE NOW >Read More
Many of the towns throughout Judea and Samaria were built nearly 30 years ago in a dynamic movement with limited resources. Over the past three decades, the population of these towns has grown tenfold, while the region continues to attract young families. The Mikvaot still in existence are in need of extensive refurbishments and expansion and as the communities continue to grow, new mikvaot are needed. The Mikveh Fund is intended to assist communities in completing mikvaot once they have demonstrated significant initiative and effort on their own. A new mikveh can cost between $350,000 and $500,000. However, through government and local municipal grants, full dedications are available for a fraction of that cost. A Full mikveh dedication varies based...DONATE NOW >Read More
One Israel Fund is honored to support and help build up Synagogues around Judea and Samaria. No matter the needs big or small for the shuls in these regions, we provide funding where necessary. For a list of the synagogues we are currently featuring. SNAC- South Netanya Ashkenaz- Our kehilla has grown from a handful of people to more than 120 member families.DONATE NOW >Read More
A Pina Chama is a hospitality center for soldiers serving throughout Israel. On any given day, upwards of 500 soldiers could drop in for coffee, cake, snacks or a place to close their eyes. Each Pina Chama is open from early morning until late at night, manned and stocked completely by local volunteers from the host communities. Music, reading materials and board games create a vibe that serves to comfort the hardworking IDF soldiers. Pinot Chamot are being established regularly. You can allocate your gift to an existing Pina Chama or one currently under construction. Donations towards this project makes for a great Bar/Bat Mitzvah Project and visits to the Pina Chama, as well as volunteer options are available.DONATE NOW >Read More
Synagogue in Emanuel
Nearly 40 years have passed since Emanuel was founded. The holding onto the land and the activities of the Netivot Shalom Community has brought more chassidic communities to join this settlement. the settlement is now in the middle of unprecedented building period that has not been seen since its foundation. Step by step, Emanuel is taking a respectable place in the settlement enterprise in general and specifically in Charedi settlement.DONATE NOW >Read More
Givat Haroeh Synagogue
In the Heart of the Binyamin region of Israel – Givat Haroeh is a stronghold that ensures the permanency of Jewish settlement in the region. Settlers of this community are steadfast in their commitment to the land of Israel. This commitment is strong because of their commitment to Torah. The synagogue is the heart of Givat Haroeh.DONATE NOW >Read More
If you are interested in donating a Sefer Torah, please call the office directly at 516.239.9202 x 10
Completed Community Projects
Negohot Community Center
Negohot is located west of Hevron, close to the lachish region and the northern Negev. The community center has a convention hall that serves as the community center for youth and adult activities and celebrations. The building accommodates 250 people.
July 9th, 2021
IDF Winter Clothing
The standard IDF winter uniform isn't enough to protect soldiers from the elements. Our winter clothing appeal raised funds to purchase coats, thermal undergarments, and other warm clothing which was distributed to these devoted soldiers. Your generous donations warmed the bodies and hearts of thousands of soldiers who stand every day protecting the borders of Israel.
July 9th, 2021
Central Synagogue of Kfar Tapuach
Kfar Tapuach is a well-established and rapidly growing religious community in the heart of Israel with over 250 families, diverse in age and culture. The community needed a permanent synagogue.
July 9th, 2021
IDF Shluker Project
Even though soldiers are outfitted with canteens, the shluker, a thin lightweight carrier holding three liters of water, is a soldier's best defense against dehydration. With its unique straw-like dispenser that makes taking a sip discreet, safe and quick, the shluker can keep a soldier going for 24 hours or more if necessary. Beginning with the Gaza War in December 2008, over 5,000 shlukers have been distributed.
July 9th, 2021