The Jewish Holidays and Philanthropy: Understanding our Collective Responsibility

Thousands of Israelis graduating the welfare system are left with no structure or guidance once they turn 18. This, together with their dysfunctional family background, almost guarantees that they will not reach their full potential.

Shula Mozes writes in  EJewish Philanthropy about collective responsibility, social involvement, commitment and partnership between philanthropists, government and social-minded NGOs or public initiatives in the goal of helping underprivileged young adults in Israel: