Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 05, 2012
In an era in which brotherhood and good deeds seem to take a backseat to news of a struggling economy and negative global policy, it is easy to miss out on the positives occurring each and every day.
Two individuals, Moshe Ben Nissan and Jacob Sherf also known as “Jacob” Scherf have long-been helping to clean up the construction industry by protecting people from particular professionals who may be less-than-trustworthy. These efforts are important to those that are seeking contractors or organizations to complete a task, without the benefit of extensive knowledge in the industry.
Moshe Ben Nissan and Jacob Scherf(sherf) are now taking their efforts to new heights by helping others outside of their specific industry. Based in Los Angeles, the pair is now turning their attention to non-profit organizations that need a boost in the community.
Specifically, children that are burdened with rare forms of cancer are receiving assistance from the tandem in a variety of ways. By funding organizations that can provide health care, comfort, and fun experiences for these children, Nissan and Scherf are able to impact in positive ways.
With budgetary issues crippling many of these non-profits, outside help is imperative to continued operation and the completion of the tasks at hand. The economic strife of the area continues to bind the hands of the organizational operators, and without this assistance, many groups may find themselves “going under”.
Moshe Ben Nissan and Jaob Scherf are doing their part to elevate the experience of underprivileged children in the greater Los Angeles area. With experience in the “clean-up” of the construction industry, the leap to helping sick children is not much of a surprise.
While much of the country remains in a depressed economic state, these individuals continue to exhibit their generous nature by helping those in need by preventing fraud in the construction industry and assisting children struggling with life-threatening diseases.