Community Giving

At Philip Stein & Associates, we believe that businesses should create positive change in the world.

We’re focusing on our local community in Israel where we can make relevant and significant contributions, via the 1/1/1 model. We have committed to donate 1% of firm revenue, 1% of employee time, and 1% of firm services to the community. We are also passionate about protecting the environment and leaving a better world for the next generation.

Giving in Action

Going Green

Organizations We Support

First hug association
First Hug-
Association for Abandoned Babies

The First Hug Association is a non-profit organization, established in 2004 to provide every abandoned baby, from birth to the age of 3, from all sectors of society, with the healing power of a hug. They fill the void created by the absence of the biological parents and spend hours with each baby-hugging, cuddling, reading stories, playing and singing songs. .

 First Hug does not receive government support. Their activities are sustained by donations alone.

Leket Israel

Leket Israel is the largest food bank in Israel, and has been a leader and an expert in food rescue nationwide since 2003. The organization sources, collects and redistributes fresh, perishable, quality food, which would otherwise be considered waste, from farms, hotels, military bases and catering halls. This is done in an effort to aid the quarter of the country’s population that lives below the poverty line. Leket works with 195 non-profits throughout the country to provide nutritious food to over 175,000 Israelis weekly. Last year alone, Leket collected and delivered over 30 million pounds of fresh, healthy food for the needy.

Life Door
Life’s Door

Life’s Door promotes and incorporates quality of life as a crucial tool in the medical treatment and care of people coping with serious illness and the elderly.  We assist patients & their families and health care professionals – focus on hope and enhance their quality of life, at a time when quality of life is pushed aside.

Passover Initiative - Kimcha D’pischa

This fabulous charity (which is tax deductible) is called Haagudah L’ Torah v’T’filla in memory of Eliezer Shor and collects money for poor soldiers around Passover. These kids often cannot go home because there is no food for them to eat and occasionally, their officers are able to designate especially needy soldiers and grant them a larger amount of holiday cash for their family

Or Yarok- Safer Driving

Or Yarok is an Israeli association Founded in ’97 in order to educate Israelis to drive safely due to recognition of the critical importance of the uncompromising struggle against traffic accidents and the importance of community involvement in the struggle. Their goal is to make a change in the driving culture and minimize the number of casualties in traffic accidents. The association created awareness both in direct activity and in the encouragement to other organizations such as ours.

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The Israel Cancer Association

The Israel Cancer Association (ICA) was founded in 1952, with the goal of  improving  the quality of  life of cancer  patients.  ICA has earned its widespread recognition, as a spearhead in the fight against cancer. The voluntary organization works with health authorities, but all its activities are funded solely by private contributions, with no government funding. Join Philip Stein & Associates in supporting the ICA by learning more about their activity.

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Yad Eliezer

Yad Eliezer began in 1980 in the kitchen of the Weisel family of Jerusalem. They prepared a food basket for a neighbor who could not feed her children, and were soon delivering monthly food baskets to hungry families. Yad Eliezer has now grown to encompass nineteen primary economic and social service programs that impact tens of thousands of individuals. Yad Eliezer’s mandate is to help families cope with financial difficulties and to empower them to break through the cycle of poverty and achieve self-sufficiency. Thanks to job training and other assistance, many families who were recipients of Yad Eliezer’s food programs are now donors to Yad Eliezer. All this is made possible through the donations of caring individuals around the world – individuals like you.

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