The Alon & Ella Non-Profit Organization is committed to providing companionship, support, and assistance to vulnerable and disadvantaged communities.
Our mission is centered on strengthening the collective support network among the residents of the State of Israel by promoting meaningful connections between those who are willing to offer help and those who require assistance.
Volunteering is at the heart of our efforts to fortify our community bonds and build a more resilient and cohesive society.
We assist individuals from diverse backgrounds, regardless of their gender, age, ethnicity, or religious affiliations.
We provide daily support to those in need by offering a range of services, including:
Distributing essentials to families in need.
Assisting disabled individuals.
Improving conditions for at-risk teens and lone soldiers.
Spending time with Holocaust survivors and senior citizens to relieve their loneliness.
Supporting women who have experienced domestic abuse.
Supporting homeless people.
Supporting women forced into prostitution.
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In April 2020, Alon Barikman and Adv. Shlomit Harel-Schwartz joined forces with the goal of assisting the community following the tragic loss of their friend's 14-year-old daughter, Omer Oziel, to cancer.
During this encounter, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, two experienced social activists came together to establish the Alon & Ella (NPO) - People for the Community.
Together, they decided to fulfill a shared dream and formalize their assistance activities for others within the association they named after Ella Schwartz, the firstborn daughter of Shlomit, who passed away in 2005.
In a short period of time, they were joined by numerous volunteers, and today the association boasts over 5,500 volunteers from all walks of life in society.
These volunteers provide assistance to others in various aspects of life, each contributing according to their abilities, skills, and availability.
Omer Oziel R.I.P.