San Diego G'mach Receives
From KPBS & Union Bank's Jewish American Heritage Month
What We Do:
G'mach is an acronym for Gemilut Chasadim or Deeds of loving-kindness. The G'mach is a place where people donate items they have no use for.
Items donated to the G'mach are given for free to recipients in need from our warehouse located off of Miramar Road.
Our G'mach is unique since it also attempts to find solutions for those in need, including:
Professional adult mentoring & advocacy
Shabbat and holiday meals
Internships and youth group workshops
We are thrilled to announce that the G'mach was selected by The Jewish Women's Foundation, a fund of the Jewish Community Foundation San Diego, as the recipient of a $50,000 grant! This money will be distributed over three years and will address critical issues facing Jewish women and girls.
"I had nowhere to turn for help. Helene and Myrice, at the G'mach, were so compassionate and helpful in so many ways. They restored my hope in humanity!" -Sarah L
"As a single mother of three, I would like to thank you for providing our community with a much-needed resource." -Michal J
"When I found myself in a major bind and had no other way out, you were there for me. Without your help I most definitely would not have been able to overcome this crisis." -Tanya F
"Thank you for your kindness and generosity and for being there for me when nobody else was." -Mark T
"G-d bless you for the huge amount that you do and the many lives and hearts you touch." -Jerry L
"Thank you for all of your kindness and for moving heaven and earth to get me the help I needed."