Since 2000, the Joseph Project has a proven track record of providing humanitarian aid. To date, the Joseph Project has successfully imported and distributed close to 900 forty-foot shipping containers of humanitarian aid valued at over $150 million. In 2022 alone the Joseph Project touched the lives of close to 700,000 poor and needy Israelis. Alongside import operations, the Joseph Project engages in innovative humanitarian initiatives, such as providing healthy food, collecting surplus items locally, and procuring high-demand goods for various individuals facing hardship.
with food insecurities
below the poverty line
severe food insecurity
of households in israel
are below the poverty line
From our centrally located Logistics Center in the Jerusalem Region, the Joseph Project works closely with a growing network of independent relief centers, as well as private and government organizations throughout Israel.
The Joseph Project provides basic life necessities such as clothing, furniture, medical supplies, diapers, food, blankets, and more – allowing our humanitarian aid recipients the ability to live a dignified life despite their trying circumstances.