Kedma runs various humanitarian aid campaings yearly.
On January 2009, students and communities collected toys for children in the South of Israel; constant missile attacks made it necessary for said children to spend hours in bomb shelters. The toys were distributed in Ashdod, Ashkelon, Sderot and Netivot.
Another Humanitarian Aid Committee project involved making refreshments for combat soldiers at the Gush Etzion-Chevron area. For two weeks, students in five different schools spent hours baking various cakes and cookies. The work of 50 students helped produce the largest amount of goodies that Kedma has ever given to Pina Chama (a soldier check point in Gush Etzion), a project Kedma has been supporting for a number of years. On Friday November 14th, 2008, the student representatives traveled to Gush Etzion to distribute the baked goods and stock up the base freezer so that soldiers would be able to benefit from homemade cookies, cakes, and pies for the coming weeks. The soldiers voted on their favorite treat, and gave an award to the school that baked the most: congratulations to Midreshet Mevaseret Yerushalayim (MMY)!