With a unique methodology, Elly Kleinman provides each customer with an outstanding value for other services during the implementation of consulting projects. This multi-disciplinary approach by Elly Kleinman Americare Companies is further strengthened by the organization’s approach which is focused only on the delivery of tasks that are directly related to the project field work. During various Americare projects Kleinman takes care of clients, and is able to point out the areas for improvement.
Elly Kleinman, born 1952 in Brooklyn, is the founder and CEO of the Americare Companies. The American business executive and philanthropist is also Co-Chairman of OHEL Board of Directors, and the founder and president of KFHEC, an organization established to document the history of the Holocaust. Elly Kleinman Americare Companies was one of the six first donors of "18 Pillars of Remembrance" supporting the Auschwitz- Birkenau Foundation and donated one million Euros for the cause. He is a committed member of the Orthodox Jewish community and a known community activist with a major philanthropic personality, whose generosity is accompanied by personal involvement in charitable activities.
Lately KFHEC, a short from Kleinman Family Holocaust Education Center, has started to regularly show up in newspaper and magazines. The reason for this is the news that a new museum in Boro Park. The construction has been sponsored by Elly Kleinman’s Americare Companies, a fast growing company, providing services in home health care sector in New York.
Elly Kleinman presents Americare as a company that provides an extensive range of services, which range from home healthcare to rehabilitation services for New York citizens, and from international nurse recruitment to providing support from encompassing professionals along with multiple supplementary services. The Americare Companies founded in 1982 by Mr. Kleinman has been offering these services for almost 35 years.