A look at Jewish charities working to improve the health of people in developing countries.1.
Jewish Community International: A nonprofit dedicated to helping people in Africa, Israel and the Middle East.
Founded in 1988, it focuses on providing humanitarian aid and providing access to medical care.
It works with aid groups and non-governmental organizations to provide life-saving and life-enhancing treatments to people in need.2.
The Children’s Fund of Canada: The charity helps children in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) with their learning and education needs.
It provides a variety of learning opportunities including classes, homework assistance and free tutoring.
The charity’s mission is to provide free, high-quality, culturally relevant, affordable and culturally competent learning and learning materials for children in need throughout the GTA.3.
Canadian Red Cross: The charitable organization, founded in 1876, provides financial assistance to people, including refugees, in need of financial assistance.
The organization works with local communities to provide food, water, hygiene supplies, sanitation and other support.
It has programs that include food pantries, housing assistance, health screenings, clothing and hygiene, and other programs.4.
Children’s Aid Society of Canada (CAS): The charity, established in 1888, is dedicated to providing education and care for children, including those in the community.
It operates 24 centres in Canada and abroad, providing programs for preschool, elementary, secondary and high school students.5.
The Royal Canadian Legion: The Canadian Legion was founded in 1865 to fight for the rights and freedoms of Canadians.
The Legion’s mission was to unite all Canadians to defend our country.
The Canadian government and the Legion are committed to improving the lives of Canadians and all Canadians through the Legion’s programs and activities.6.
The Jewish Federation of Canada, Canada’s largest Jewish federation, works to ensure the health, well-being and dignity of people who are at risk of disease.
It also works with communities to address the challenges of poverty, homelessness and economic injustice.7.
The National Alliance of Community Health Centers (NAHC): The non-profit provides health care and community outreach services for people living with HIV, AIDS, hepatitis C, Hepatitis B and other infectious diseases.
NAHC provides health screenings and health care services, including treatment for HIV, Hep C and Hep B. It is based in Toronto, Ontario.8.
Children and Youth Alliance: The non.profit organization, which was founded by the Jewish community in the 1980s, helps children and youth in the United States, Canada and around the world.
It focuses on health and wellness for children and young people.
The goal is to educate people about healthy living and the importance of social and emotional development.9.
Jewish Children’s Centre of Toronto: The nonprofit is based on a model similar to the Children’s Alliance of Canada.
It offers a range of programs and services, such as child care and social activities, to young people, seniors, children with disabilities and their families.10.
Jewish Health Network: The organization, based in Tel Aviv, Israel, helps provide quality, affordable health care for all children and their parents, and is committed to advancing the rights of all people to health.11.
Jewish Life Saving Society of Greater Toronto: One of Canada’s leading non-profits, this non-for-profit organization helps people in the GTA and elsewhere in Canada access primary care, preventive services and treatment services, and to support their families in their financial and life goals.12.
Jewish Women’s Health: This charity is a community health provider focused on providing access and empowerment for women in need, providing primary care for women, and supporting them in their reproductive health care.13.
Jewish Youth Services of Greater Greater Toronto (JYSG): The organization provides a range, of culturally relevant health services and supports for Jewish youth and their caregivers.14.
Jewish Union of North America (JUN): The international organization was founded with the goal of providing health care to the underserved communities of Canada and the United Kingdom, through its programs and partnerships.
It supports local community health services through the development and implementation of programs in communities in need across the United Kingdome in Ottawa.15.
Canadian Cancer Society: This non-religious organization provides comprehensive health care, mental health, substance abuse, and addiction services to people living in Ontario.
The agency works to support health care providers, health workers and their patients, as well as those who care for them.16.
Jewish Family Service: The Jewish Family Services (JFS) network of hospitals and clinics provides health services to the Jewish communities of Greater Victoria, Victoria and B.C. The JFS network is comprised of hospitals, clinics, social workers, social services and other supportive services.17.
Canadian Alliance for the Homeless: The homeless advocate group, founded by Jews in the early 20th century, provides social services, shelter, employment and other assistance to homeless people.
It serves as a partner in