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Accepting charity from idolatrous sources
I am looking to do some charity work around my community (such as directly feed the hungry and homeless), but the only places that offer such services are in non-Torah houses of worship. I'm a Noahide, and given that these are the only places that provide these helpful services, would it be permissible for me to take part in giving a helping hand there? I'm not sure if the places in question try to push their idolatrous beliefs on the people they are helping, or if they are providing food and care... if they were just providing food, am I right in assuming it would be OK for me to help? If they were missionizing, I would obviously take no part. Thanks for you help.

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RE: a benefit from idolatry - by Director Michael - 09-28-2008, 03:09 PM
RE: Accepting charity from idolatrous sources - by Johnzo - 10-08-2010, 05:02 AM

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