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IsraAID "is a coordinating body of Israeli and Jewish NGOs (non governmental organizations) and other interested parties based in Israel that are active in development and relief work and concerned about global issues ("Tikkun Olam").

"IsraAID was founded at the end of 2001 and consists of more than 35 Israeli and Jewish organizations from many sectors including: humanitarian aid organizations, student and youth movements, industry, solidarity movements, religious organizations, friendship societies and more. Members include: Joint Distribution Committee Israel (JDC), 'Pirchey Refua' (Youth Medical Cadets), The Humanitarian Fund of the Kibbutz Movement, The Student Council of Israel, Aid Without Borders, Israeli Friends of Tibet, B'nai B'rith World Center, Save a Child's Heart, American Jewish Committee (AJC), United Jewish Communities (UJC) and more.[1]

In 2002 Henry Elkaslasi became the New Chair of IsraAID. [2]



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  1. What Is IsraAID, IsraAID, accessed September 29, 2007.
  2. IsraAID Activities, IsraAID, accessed September 29, 2007.