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Ways to Help Israel

As Israel mourns, its resolve and determination grow, with the army and civil society rising up to this unprecedented challenge. Many of our community members have asked how we can help during this devastating time. Below is a list of organizations that are in need of support: 

Kehilat Kodesh Vechol — Our partner community in Holon, Israel, led by Rabbi Galit, is using money donated to send supplies needed by soldiers. Donate here.

Brothers and Sisters for Israel — 100% of funds sent to Brothers and Sisters for Israel go directly towards acquiring essential resources and supplies for both soldiers and civilians. Donate here.

Iron Swords — Iron Swords reaches front-line medical teams with necessary equipment in Israel. Donate here.

United Hatzalah — United Hatzalah is a network of volunteer medics providing immediate emergency response. Donate here.

UJA-Federation of New York — UJA’s Israel Emergency Fund directly impacts on the ground efforts to help the people of Israel relocate to safer areas and receive trauma counseling, while also funding new medical supplies and aiding children in shelters. Donate here.

Soroka University Medical Center — Soroka University Medical Center is the only Israeli hospital in the Negev, serving the south—one of Saturday’s hardest hit regions. It is a Level 1 trauma center, providing critical support on the ground. Donate here.

Magen David Adom — Magen David Adam belongs to the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, provides emergency first aid to all who need it as an auxiliary of Israeli Defense Forces. Donate here.

Resources for Parents

Additionally, we would like to share some resources for parents who are looking for guidance on facilitating discussions with their children:

The Jewish Educator Portal: Teaching About Israel in a Time of Crisis

The Jewish Education Project: How to Talk to Children About Israel Today

PJ Library: PJ Library’s Israel Hub

JCP is here to support our community during this difficult time. Please feel free to reach out to our rabbis.