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  It is said to remind people who give tzedakah that it will return to them and they will not lack anything because of it?

When you think about charity you think about giving aid, assistance or money to the poor and needy or to other worthy causes. In Judaism, charity is not viewed as a kind, generous act - it is an act of justice - what we all know as tzedakah. Tzedakah is an obligation for Jews, not a sentimental choice. The act of giving tzedakah holds a spiritual benefit - it is not something we do because we feel we have to. Giving to those less fortunate is an act so great that a recipient actually does you a favor by giving you the chance to perform the mitzvah of tzedakah.

Your chance to fulfil the mitzvah of tzedakah is a simple click away. There is no choice in giving - but there is a choice in who you want to give to. Yad Mordechai supports Child Care organizations, Feeding Programs, Special Needs Homes, Victims of Terror, and Financial and Emotional Support Institutions in Israel, Eastern Europe and South Africa.

Yad Mordechai is extremely meticulous about the investigation of potential recipients and guarantees that every last cent is put to good use ensuring maximal benefit for your money.

  Your chance to fulfil the mitzvah of tzedakah is a simple click away. There is no choice in giving - but there is a choice in who you want to give to.


 
 
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