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NEW YORK, NY, July 21, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- New York City has various thriving Jewish communities. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Isaac Toussie has always contributed to organizations that strengthened the Jewish community that he remains a part of. Toussie values his Judaism and all that it has provided him. Specially, Toussie always related to the Jewish laws pertaining to business that the Talmud, a Jewish legal text, discussed and analyzed. "Judaism has strict and rigorous ethical codes that not only govern interpersonal affairs but business affairs as well I strive to adhere to such ethical norms on a day-to-day basis," he stated.
Toussie supports various Jewish causes. Toussie has donated to the local Chabad House in Canarsie. Chabad is an organization that seeks to empower Jews worldwide by giving them the tools to learn about their heritage and traditions. The organization utilizes technology to accomplish their goal and thousands use the resources available on their website. There are hundreds of Chabad houses worldwide, each offering programs, educational classes, and after-school programs.
Toussie's commitment to the Jewish community expands beyond the borders of New York City. Toussie also contributed to the Jewish Braille Institute International, an organization that renders Jewish interest materials accessible to visually impaired individuals. Given that many Jews rely on books and written materials to educate themselves religiously, the organization is of vital importance. The organization also provides resources for students within a school setting to supplement their classroom experience, such as braille texts. The organization services over 35,000 Jews of all ages and across the globe, providing them with the tools necessary to integrate into their community.
Toussie's desire to aid the Jewish community also took on an international perspective as Toussie recognized the importance of supporting the Jewish state, Israel. Isaac Toussie has made donations to multiple Israeli institutions, including the Friends of the IDF. The FIDF's mission is "To offer educational, cultural, recreational, and social services programs and facilities that provide hope, purpose, and life-changing support for the soldiers who protect Israel and Jews worldwide." The donations are used to ensure that soldiers are able to transition to civilian life, attain any supplemental medical care and receive necessary financial relief.
Toussie's commitment to helping people has never been limited to his religion- in fact he has helped American Veterans of all religions, which earned him a Certificate of Recognition from the Paralyzed Veterans of America. He has also contributed to the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association to help fund the P.O. John Kelly Fund.
Toussie's commitment to both Israel and promoting accessibility to education made Tel Aviv University another great charitable opportunity for him. One of Israel's most innovative universities, Tel Aviv University enrolls over 30,000 students. The university is the first university in Israel to create a venture capital fund, laying the groundwork for future growth in Israel. 25% of entrepreneurs in Israel graduated from Tel Aviv University, a staggering statistic given the progressive nature of the country.
Toussie's wide ranging charitable pursuits are a testimony to his ethical reach and constitution.
This article is presented for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as financial or other advice.
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