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What We Have Done So Far

Everyone needs a little help sometimes. And, sometimes, families in crisis need a lot of help, especially single moms and children in the Israeli-American community.

Be’Simcha’s outreach to local families began in the fall of 2013, and since then, the non-profit has provided both financial aid and a variety of services to adults and children in difficult situations. 

Everything we do is designed to help families get back on their feet, but a big part of the effort revolves around creating smiles and providing small pleasures. We believe passionately in our mission to enhance the quality of life for local families, helping to encourage financial stability, promote education and instill hope for the future.

For families in need, we offer immediate financial assistance with:  

Utility bills

Car payments

Rent payments

Vehicle Insurance

Dental care

Clothing

After-school care and/or youth activities

volunteers boxing supplies for donations

In addition, at the beginning of each school year, Be’Simcha obtains grade-level lists of needed supplies. It has become an annual project to fill backpacks and deliver them to schools to be dispersed to children who need them. As important as the educational outreach is, we also recognize the vital part played by a stable home environment.

We have initiated alliances with local business owners and service providers who donate both goods and time to improve living condition — making repairs, cleaning air ducts and carpets and providing furniture.

We deliver food packages, clothing and gift cards to Jewish families for Chanukah, Purim and Passover celebrations, and we supply food, toys and clothing during the Christmas season to family and women’s shelters.

We are especially proud of our sponsorship of yearly trips to Disneyland for needy families.

A Spring Cleaning Community Garage Sale is a Be’Simcha fundraising tradition, but we also sponsor an annual Valentine’s Day Gala and, plan fundraising events in conjunction with Mother’s Day and sponsor Challah Bake Sales in an effort to garner community support.

It is through working together that we have been able to serve hundreds of families in the past five years, and we look forward to broadening our services in coming years. 

A Non Profit Organization That Provides Hope for Children

Be’Simcha was born out of the compassion, vision, and tireless dedication of our founder, Michal Sayas, who was born and raised in Haifa, Israel. Michal started our charity in honor of her mother, Simcha Koobi, who taught her how important it is to take care of children in need. Since 2013, we have worked tirelessly to spread compassion and hope to Jewish children in need.

Our non profit org is dedicated to supporting families in need. Our client base consists mostly of Israeli single mothers in the Israeli-American community. We consistently make a huge difference in the lives of those we serve. We provide care and aid to impoverished families, so that their children might have hope for the future and a reason to smile. 

child recieving box of toy donations

A big part of Be’Simcha’s mission is providing emergency financial aid for those needing help. 

To date, we have provided funds to help families pay for basic expenses such as:

Rent

Food

Clothing

Utility Bills

Auto Payments and Insurance

Dental care

After School Activities

Nothing is more important than helping Israeli kids in need receive a good education. Each year, Be’Simcha also fills backpacks with school supplies for impoverished children and delivers them to give children the tools they need to make their dreams come true. 

Donate for Children through Our Israeli Non Profit Organization

Be’Simcha has helped hundreds of Israeli children in need since 2013. We need your support to continue helping these American children in need. We know that you have the choice of many nonprofit organizations, but ask you to donate for kids through our Israeli organization, so that we can help these economically deprived families with the resources they need to get back on their feet and keep their spirits high.