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Latest events

  • Leg

  • A unique chance to make your name last Do you wish to leave your mark by helping underprivileged children? The Children of Tsedek is legally authorised to receive bequests and wills under exemption from inheritance tax. Contact Olivier Granilic a[...]
  • Are you interested in creating or participating in a committee,composed of dedicated volunteers? Do you want to organize actions for disadvantaged children in Israel? Contact Olivier Granilic Tel +972 544 581 833 orogranilic@gmail.com       [...]
  •   Join us Feburary 9th at 6:30pm at Edmond Safra Synagogue to learn about Tsedek, an organization that has been helping Jewish children in Israel for over 30 years! Spots are limited, to RSVP click here    

Building the Dream

To support Tsedek and the Israel’s children

Tsedek is an organization which has been helping children from disadvantaged backgrounds for over 30 years in Israel.
This is one of the most active organizations in this area. Tsedek supports 3,000 children in 17 centers across the country.
Some of these centers are based in children’s homes. These children are supported and educated by Tsedek which offer them hot meals, cultural activities, school work, educational and psychological support.

Who we are

  • OUR MISSION

  • "Only when a society is based on the principle of social justice can we understand why we are living here" Rabbi Paul Roitman zt"l, Founder of Tsedek

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  • THE TEAM

  • The entire team strives to guide each child on an individual basis. This proximity has been the basis for excellent results. Progress has been constant and visible.

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Success Stories

  • His family is very poor, both economically and socially, since his father’s imprisonment...
  • When she was only six year old, Shirli had to leave her natural family. Her parents, facing great difficulties, were unable to care for her...