Begins with a Bowl of Soup.
The Jewish practice of Tzedakah is one of the most fulfilling religious traditions. It asks devout Jews to donate to Jewish charities with an unfaltering resolve of aiding people in need.
We at Regional Bikur Cholim aim at bringing hope and channeling Jewish philanthropy to those that face the most difficult times and need it the most. We act as a Jewish donation center, have created an online platform for giving Tzedakah and have worked relentlessly over the years to become one of the most trusted Jewish charitable foundations in the region. Our primary focus is to aid patients and their families throughout the hospitalization process by providing guidance and by supporting them financially. We place over 5000 volunteers every year and ours Jewish non profit organization manages several community-specific programs.
All Tzedakah charity programs featured on www.regionalbikurcholim.org promote health, support the elderly, provide financial support for hospitalizations, distribute nourishing meals, and do a lot more for people who need it the most. To address the needs of some of the most vulnerable members of our community, we place strong emphasis on Jewish charities for children, as well as jewish cancer related chairty. We encourage you to support all Jewish Charities and help us expand and strengthen our Jewish Tzedakah tradition.
One of our most successful Tzedakah activities is food distribution. We have hundreds of volunteers distributing nutritious meals to patients suffering from severe illnesses and to their family members.
Browse our website to learn in-depth about Jewish philanthropic organizations,Jewish donations, the services we provide and how you can help.
Regional Bikur Cholim, A Healing Hand (501(c)3 organization) - We reach out to people who are facing medical crises, the challenges of aging, and other health related difficulties to provide vital support to them and thir families.
Regional Bikur Cholim offers a wide variety of services that are crucial during times of crisis.
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