Disaster Relief

Yedidim USA provided assistance to victims of the Champlain Tower South in Surfside, FL, as well as the Jewish community in Fort Myers during Hurricane Ian. Our comprehensive aid efforts included providing hot meals, beverages, clothing, emotional support, a central Wi-Fi and communication center, furniture, hospitality, and other necessary items. You can rely on us to provide the necessary resources to those in need during difficult times.


Yedidim: Support in the Face of Disaster Yedidim’s well-coordinated response to disasters includes vital resources like a satellite antenna for connectivity and open-field kitchen. Yedidim provides essentials like gas, propane, and diesel to power critical infrastructure.

In the face of disaster Yedidim organization doesn’t merely stand by. We spring into action with a well-coordinated response that transforms chaos into support. At the heart of our emergency response is a satellite antenna that becomes the beacon of connectivity in times of isolation. But our commitment goes beyond virtual connections. We set up an open-field kitchen with a vast dining room under the open sky. Gas, propane, and diesel become the heartbeat of our response. Generators hum to life, powering critical infrastructure and ensuring that no corner of our community is left in the dark. Bottled water, canned goods, fresh fruits, and vegetables fill our stockpiles, a testament to the foresight of our preparedness The most remarkable aspect of Yedidim is the mobilization of manpower. Our community doesn’t just watch; it actively engages. Neighbors help neighbors, and strangers become friends in the shared pursuit of rebuilding.


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