The Mission to End Childhood Hunger in Israel

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Project Details

We love to start our day with a hot coffee or tea!

Perhaps indulge in a warm croissant!

But, for more than 1,000,000 Israeli children, morning is often a slice of cold bread and margarine – often even less!

Join us in the mission to end childhood hunger in Israel!

For less than our coffee and croissant – only $1.00 a day – together we can provide a nourishing sandwich for a hungry child in Israel.

Treat a hungry child to a tasty sandwich for a day, a week, a month, or…

About Us


The Ne’eman Foundation supports projects that reduce or eliminate poverty, advance education, religion and quality of life, and promote charitable initiatives for community development in Israeli communities. Additionally, we support projects throughout Israel that provide health care services and products that prevent and manage serious threats to health; projects that provide therapy to accident victims, as well as counseling and support to individuals with cancer. The Ne’eman Foundation also supports programs that provide Israeli public ambulance, paramedic, or firefighting services.

Chaim Katz, CEO of the Ne’eman Foundation

A native Canadian and resident of Israel since 1987, Chaim’s distinguished record of service in public and non-profit organizations spans nearly 30 years.

In the 1980’s, Chaim served as Director of a Jewish Agency sponsored Aliyah organization in New York. This was followed by financial management positions in the Koch Administration for the City of New York, and financial investments for a non-profit city-wide social service agency.

Following his Aliyah, Chaim served in a variety of senior executive positions in the non-profit world as well as the private sector. He has dedicated many years to working on behalf of Special Needs children in Israel, as well as programs for families in financial distress. He also served as Mayor of the Village of Shilo for 5 years. Since 1991, Chaim has also volunteered his time as Treasurer of a local Free Loan Society in Israel.

Chaim’s experience and familiarity with the non-profit worlds of Israel and North America enable him to offer professional guidance and service to the Ne’eman Foundation’s donors and recipients in Israel.