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Joseph Project – Humanitarian Relief in Israel

the Joseph Project IsraelWith over 20% of Israel’s population living under the poverty line, the Joseph Project is uniquely positioned to be a conduit of help and encouragement to people in need across Israel.

Joseph Project Mission

Although Israel is a technologically-advanced nation, almost one-quarter of all Israelis (1.7 million people) live in poverty. This is one of the highest rates among all developed nations. As anti-Semitism increases around the world, more and more Jews are immigrating to Israel and often arrive with just the clothes on their backs.

The Joseph Project maintains a 22,000 square foot warehouse and national headquarters near Jerusalem, enabling them to provide assistance in all of Israel’s major cities when disaster, terrorism, or war strikes. With trucks on standby, the Joseph Project is able to distribute emergency aid when and where it is needed the most.

Humanitarian Aid Distribution

Over the past 15 years, the Joseph Project has distributed over $100 million in humanitarian aid to assist the needy, including Israel’s poor, orphans, homeless, new immigrants, disabled, Holocaust survivors, the elderly, and terror victims, among others.

The Joseph Project helps ease suffering by supplying food, clothing, medical supplies, blankets, shoes, hospital equipment, diapers, household goods, bomb shelter survival kits, and more.

How You Can Help

You can help the Joseph Project bring hope and comfort to the people of Israel in the following ways.


  • Pray for the Joseph Project staff as they endeavor to render comfort and ease suffering in the nation of Israel


Donations are greatly appreciated and will be used solely for the purpose of promoting the work of the Joseph Project in Israel.

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Comfort My People is a ministry of Advancing Native Missions (ANM)

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