“There is a saying about ‘give a man a fish, he will eat for a day; teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lifetime,’ and we want to take it one step further. Instead of just teaching him, we’d like to educate him on how to teach others so he can pass on the skill,” said Katie Lewis, executive director of the Tzedakah Project.
The Tzedakah Project
Services: The Tzedakah Project has created several community projects in the Atlanta area with the goal of providing food and support to people who are negatively affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
How to help: Once social distancing is no longer necessary, some of these projects may require volunteers. Sign up on the Tzedakah Project contact page. Also, spreading the word to others who either are in a position to donate or to those that may need support is very helpful.
How to get help: Community support projects are always listed on the Tzedakah Project website, and if your organization has a specific need, the organizers of the project can always be reached through email.
Where to donate: www.givetothetzedakahproject.org