A fallen hero and his family

It was the seventh night of Hanukkah – normally one of the most joyous days on the Jewish calendar – when a knock on the door brought news that changed Hadas Lowenstern’s life forever:

Dancing Through Life

Binyamin had a smile that lit up the room and a personality that brought joy to all who knew him. He was a happy young man who loved to dance. Though we are broken over his loss, we realized that the only way to properly honor him was to bring joy to others – and party like only Binyamin knew how! 

Women of Valor

We haven’t forgotten about the Woman of Valor- the brave families of those away fighting in the IDF.

Managing Stress and Worry

The battlefield isn’t only a physical one- but a mental one as well. We sponsored two events for displaced families, run by the Dale Carnegie Israel team, on managing stress and worry.

Supporting the brave

Jews in Judea and Samaria, who are surrounded by hostile Palestinians, regularly live with frightening uncertainty.

Women and Weapons

“Women and Weapons” is the first female group of weapon holders in Judea, south of Jerusalem.

Interfaith, On The Ground Support of Israel

It is hard to believe that Israel has been fighting its war against Hamas for 53 days.  On October 7, Hamas murdered over 1,200 innocent people. But the devastation left behind by Hamas is far greater than that. 5,400 Israelis were injured and half a million people were forced to flee their homes. Incredibly, Hamas […]

A (Small) Break for Some Fun

On Tuesday, October 24, Israel365, along with others, ran a “family day” for people from the city of Sderot, in southern Israel, who were forced to leave their homes. The Sderot families got what they needed most – some fun and relaxation.