Since 1972, Met Council has been the voice of New York's Jewish poor, working to protect and uplift our community's needy. Our programs give these people the help they need.


Benefits Enrollment Enrolling New Yorkers in low and no-cost health care and food stamps.
Career Services Career advancement through mentoring & training.
Connect-to-Care Services and assistance to those in the Jewish community hurt by the recent recession in New York City.
Crisis Services Help in financial, emotional & health emergencies.
Family Violence Services Helping families recover from domestic violence.
Food Network Delivering over 5.2 million pounds of kosher food annually.
Home Care Assisting seniors with essential daily living tasks.
Home Services Providing clothing, furniture & help with home repairs.
Housing Promoting poverty prevention by providing quality housing.