Our goal is to enable families to access and afford world-class supplemental treatments. By removing the barriers of knowledge, cost and convenience, we offer them every opportunity to live in comfort, engaged with loving family.

For cancer patients and their loved ones, quality of life is just as meaningful as quantity. Since 2016, Aid L’Shalom has worked tirelessly to help them live fuller, more rewarding lives with optimism and dignity. With your generosity, we can subsidize supplemental care for those undergoing chemo. Your contribution can be the difference between debilitating pain and familial joy.

What we do

Bridging the gap between
treatment philosophies.

Aid L’Shalom supports patients with integrative medicine— a life-giving combination of Western medical practice and treatment modalities not covered by insurance:

Testing Services

Before any treatments,
we consult each patient’s family,
and evaluate the patient’s individual disease at our

Therapy Services

√ Acupuncture Therapy
√ Reiki/Ener gy Therapy
√ Reflexology/Zone Therapyj
√ Vitamin C Infusions
√ Ozone Therapy

Nutrition Services

Through expert nutritional planning
and individualized meal preparation,
we give patients the strength they
need to fight another day.
Aid L’Shalom was founded in loving memory of Shalom Neuman, a beloved father, husband, and philanthropist. Shalom did not define himself by financial success, but rather by the people he worked tirelessly to help. During his exceptional lifetime, he opened his home and heart to multitudes of guests, founding the Tosh community outreach program, as well as establishing an organization dedicated to helping the poorest residents of Eretz Yisroel.

He also founded the Treatment Tranquility Program: a fundraising initiative to expand the Bruckner Oncology facility for more expansive, private care.

Later in life, Shalom himself was diagnosed with cancer and told he only had weeks to live. To get more quality out of the life he had left, Shalom turned to alternative treatments. His extensive research into Vitamin C infusion therapy, and his unshakable faith, granted him three additional years of life—years spent laughing with his children, holding his grandchildren, and devoting more time and funds to his mission. His final wish was for the founding of this organization to help those who struggled as he did. Shalom believed, as do we, that supplemental therapies should be available to all patients, regardless of their ability to pay.