The organization “Alei Nahar” was founded in 1994 by a few friends who devote their private time, without any remuneration, to one single purpose: giving aid to the weak members of society, and providing support and response to those in trouble who are calling out for help. Over the years the organization, among other things, distributed food packages, provided financial and emotional support to families in distress, and social activities to the youth. In 2009 the organization expanded its activity and established “Beit Naomi,” a shelter for girls in need. This initiative stemmed from a sense of fulfilling a true mission, and the need to provide a fitting solution for Haredi girls who dropped out of school and were left without any support from their family or society. “Beit Naomi” is a shelter for girls between the ages of 15 and 21 who dropped out of their educational frameworks, and then left their families. They found themselves wandering aimlessly on the streets, exposed to all the temptations, and some even reached the darkest of places. Thanks to” Beit Naomi” they managed to get off the street. “Beit Naomi” operates 365 days a year, 24/7, and serves as a home for the girls with everything that entails, starting from sleeping accommodations, hot meals, workshops to improve their self-image, and training to face the various challenges they will meet along their paths in life. Over the years,” Beit Naomi” can be credited with many impressive achievements and success stories of girls who went back on track, some of them even continuing on to academic studies, vocational training, and full integration into society.