Thank you for your interest in blessing Israel.

Thank you for your interest in blessing Israel. As you surely know, all who bless Israel will be blessed, as per God’s explicit promise in Genesis 12:3 and virtually the entire Bible:-)

Root Source is partnering with great nonprofit organizations benefiting Israelis and Jews around the world, to offer you the opportunity to Bless Israel in a “one stop shop” internet location.

For more information about any of these organizations and causes, simply click on their link. You will then be able to make your donation and begin your relationship with them.

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Azrieli Foundation

Avichai Jackson

At the Azrieli Foundation we are passionate about the promise and importance of a rigorous but creative approach to philanthropy. We believe strategic leadership, collaborations and forward thinking are key to discoveries that will create positive outcomes for future generations. Our key priority areas:

• Holocaust Education & Legacy
• Architecture, Design & Engineering
• Science, Research & Healthcare
• Community
• Music & Arts
• Neurodevelopment
• Fellowships
• Education

Our vision is to remember the past, heal the present and enhance the future of the Jewish people and all humanity.


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Jews for Judaism

Ruth Guggenheim

Jews for Judaism is an international organization that provides a wide variety of counseling services, educational materials and programs that enable Jews of all ages and denominations to rediscover and strengthen their Jewish identities. Founded in 1985, Jews for Judaism was created as a response to religious coercion targeting Jews for conversion. Jews for Judaism’s unique programs have provided hundreds-of-thousands of people with tools to respond to religious harassment and have lead them to discover the spiritual richness of Judaism.

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Yehudah Glick

Yehudah Glick

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Christian Friends of Israeli Communities (CFOIC)

Sondra Baras

Christian Friends of Israeli Communities (CFOIC Heartland) was established in 1995, as a Christian response to the Oslo Peace Accords in 1993. Christians around the world were deeply troubled by Israel’s major territorial concessions and felt compelled to stand with the people of Judea and Samaria

CFOIC Heartland provides a much needed vehicle for Christians to become better informed about the Jewish communities in the heartland of Biblical Israel, to visit these areas and to provide practical support for vital community needs.

Since its inception, CFOIC Heartland has stood steadfastly with those Jews who are at greatest risk in Israel, those whose core values are based on Biblical principles.




Tom Nisani

The Temple Mount and Temple Mount Heritage Foundation is a registered association, and the largest organization dedicated to rising awareness to the Temple Mount and its heritage.


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Chochmat Nashim

Shoshanna Keats Jaskoll

Chochmat Nashim creates change in the global Jewish society by challenging dangerous  trends in Jewish communities around the world. Using new and traditional media we shed light on societal norms that exclude women and feed extremism.

We target the increasing erasure of women from publications, the exclusion of women from policy making decisions, poor health due to hyper-modesty, and the damage to the Jewish community as a result of these trends. We identify the issues, articulate them to a global audience and give communities tools for change. 

Our work can be seen in The Times of Israel, The Jerusalem Post, The Forward, The UK Jewish Chronicle,, our podcast, and here on our site.


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Osei Chayil

Aharon Granot

Osey Chail was founded in 2016 by Aharon Granot, a father of five, who heard of a Haredi young man that joined the IDF and was publicly and shamefully thrown out of his home and community. Aharon, and his wife Leah, invited the soldier to their home for Shabbat, eventually providing him with a room of his own. Soon, more and more such soldiers turned to Aharon, seeking help. Inspired by their dedication, love of Israel, and personal integrity, Aharon started renting furnished apartments for groups of them and matching each soldier with an adoptive family in the community where the apartment is located. Today, Osey Chail is a non-profit organization serving 70 such lone soldiers. Each year, as the number of Haredi soldiers increases, so does demand for our services.

Osey Chail works closely and successfully with the army, keeping in contact with the commanders and officers in charge of the soldiers’ welfare. Soldiers are referred to the organization by the IDF Recruitment Office, social welfare officers, or by word of mouth. Osey Chail also meets and assists young men and women during the months before their date of enlistment. In cases where the soldier is already estranged from his or her family, they are provided with apartments, food, and counseling, in addition to peer support, mentorship and preparation for their forthcoming IDF service.



Yashar Lachayal

Jack Silverman, President

Since 2006, we have always been there for our soldiers – and we always will. From its inception during the 2006 Second Lebanon War, Yashar LaChayal has been at the forefront of providing humanitarian support for Israeli soldiers. During the war, a small group of volunteers worked together to purchase, collect and package much-needed toiletries, clothing, and other supplies, and transported them directly to the soldiers on the front. On occasion, the volunteers themselves had to take shelter as rockets and mortars rained down all around them. They drove far north, beyond the last civilian, to deliver supplies to the soldiers who were mobilized hastily and were running low on essentials. These volunteers met army units about to cross the border, and sent additional supplies to soldiers stationed deep in Lebanon.


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Caryn Green, M.S.W

Israel is facing a new and troubling reality: a growing number of youth at risk on the streets of its largest cities. While many organizations have been established to meet the needs of these vulnerable teens, certain groups remain permanently and dangerously sidelined, such as the population consisting of hundreds of English-speaking youth. These Anglo youth and teenagers, who are wrongly stereotyped as members of an affluent and integrated immigrant community, are suffering from poverty, isolation, and neglect. They are estranged from any rehabilitative framework in which to recover and rejoin society.

The Crossroads Center was established in 2001 to meet the needs of these English-speaking teens. As the only organization actively targeting this population, Crossroads offers a range of intervention services in order to support those in need. A team of social workers, therapists, and volunteers work to ensure that as many at-risk teens as possible can be reached, assisted, and empowered.


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