Met Council’s Client in The New York Times

neediest cases- Sam Shacked

Uli Seit for The New York Times

Over Thanksgiving The New York Times Neediest Cases profiled how Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty helped Sam Shacked, an entrepreneur and artist who grew up in Israel, immigrated to New York, and fell on hard times. Read the New York Times story.

To help us promote Mr. Shacked’s story, please “Like” his story on our Facebook page and retweet our latest tweet.

For more than 100 years, The New York Times has asked readers for contributions to its Neediest Cases Fund, to give direct assistance to troubled children, families and elders. The Fund has raised more than $250 million.   

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