The highest form of tzedakah is to help a person become self-sufficient.
Families and single parents. Widows and retirees. Young couples and singles. Since 2001, Ezrah has helped thousands turn their lives around, becoming financially stable and self-sufficient—confidentially and with dignity.
Our reach is wide. If not for Ezrah, some would be destitute, others homeless. Parents and their children would go hungry. Many would be underearning and barely getting by, drowning in debt, shame, and hopelessness. Even more wouldn’t be able to make Shabbos or celebrate Yomim Tovim.
Working closely with community rabbonim, we do whatever it takes to assist those in need. Through goal setting, financial and emotional counseling, life-skills development, and all kinds of assistance, our clients find meaningful employment, learn to manage money, and develop self-confidence. We stay with them, every step of the way.
Ezrah Helped Me...
————— MEETING YOU WHERE YOU ARE
Our goal: To help every family become self-sufficient. You are unique, and your situation is unique. Based on each family’s specific circumstances, Ezrah provides three levels of support.
How We Help: Ezrah counselors assess your budgeting and spending patterns, covering outstanding bills and creating a plan that helps you stay within a realistic budget.