What a big difference small home repairs make to our quality of life. Imagine living long-term with insufficient lighting, cabinet doors falling off and leaky faucets.
Unfortunately, this is the reality for many families in Israel. Focused on putting food on the table, they have nothing left to pay a handyman. All the things that don’t work properly affect the family’s ability to function and perpetuate the cycle of poverty.
Quality of Life is dedicated to assisting those who truly need help. All qualified families are referred to us by reputable organizations which provide them with other types of help, such as food and health care.
Hardware is purchased wholesale, technicians are paid per hour, and our smartphone app tracks workers’ locations to cut down on travel time.
From over 30 cities across Israel, families have expressed how even small repairs have transformed their lives and given them hope.
"A normal table for homework. Regular lights, not a lamp strung with an extension cord. We can use the bathroom without yelling "Don't come in!" We shower properly, not with the bucket method. Finally- a home!"
Greiner family, Netivot
"Thank you so much sending us an amiable young man who did all sorts of vital repairs in our home, reinforcing the furniture and other repairs which we could not afford. And he did it with all his heart."
Haikin Family, Afula
"What a marvelous feeling that somebody cares! The toilet stopped leaking, the closet that was held together with tape to keep the doors from falling off is now in full service, in short- the house is suddenly a pleasant place!"
Gordon family, Ashdod
"A door that wouldn't close, dangling electrical wires, a malfunctioning outlet, a drawer that was jammed… Each problem resolved- even just one! – was monumental for us."
Deutsch family, Carmiel
"We could not have done this on our own. You showed us that there are good people, who care without even knowing you, who have no obligation to you, and despite that they extend a hand, lend a shoulder and especially- a big heart."
Yemini Family, Ofakim
"Our home has a completely new shape: Window shutters go up and down, drawers open and shut, broken cabinet hinges were replaced! And all this was done with a smile, efficiently and professionally."
Weiss family, Beit Shemesh
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“Fixing leaking taps, cupboard doors which are hanging off, and replacing burned out light bulbs will never take priority over paying for food, gas or water bills,” Mrs. Fleischer, the organization’s office manager, told Aish.com. “To live in a home that feels like it is falling apart slowly eats away at a person’s dignity."