Chamah, an international humanitarian organization, is dedicated to providing food for the elderly and hungry, medical assistance for the ill, and education for the young in Russia, Israel and the United States. The programs which Chamah has been successfully operating for nearly fifty years are aimed to upgrade Jewish awareness among Russian Jews and help the elderly and needy.
Maamikim Knowledge is power. Through education we empower our Israeli and American youth to combat anti-Israel propaganda and counter the vicious lies of BDS on college campuses. At Ma’amikim we create "ambassadors" for Israel and the Jewish Nation by giving our youth the tools to respond with confidence and make a lasting impact to achieve our goal. Read more »
Touching the Hearts There are thousands of people sustaining themselves with paltry and meager pensions which are barely enough for them to buy their daily bread. They go to bed hungry. They are literally crying out in voices that cannot be heard. How can we deny them the assistance and care they so desperately need? Read more »
Childrens Feeding Program - Mofet Each morning, the teachers and older students are voluntarily preparing sandwiches and distribute it to the most needy children as per the discretion of the Principal and Head of Social Programs at the School. Read more »
Gan Chamah The Educational Center and Home for Underprivileged Jewish Children established by Chamah in Moscow, generally known as Gan Chamah, cares for children coming from underprivileged families; single-parent families; broken and dysfunctional homes; and physically challenged children. The children are given an excellent Jewish and general education as well as proper nutrition in a warm and nurturing environment. Milton and Shirley Gralla were instrumental in making this project a reality. Read more »
IDF adopt-a-hero Many courageous young men and woman from around the world volunteer to join the IDF in support of Israel. They have no family and support structure in Israel. Chamah is there to ensure all their needs are met. Read more »