Supporting Terror Victims


Our community of donors are continuing to help Israel’s terror victims.

Terror survivors need our constant support.

Meet some of the terror victims and families of terror victims that your donations have helped:

Nadav is the younger brother of Yigal, who we helped in August. Nadav and his brother survived a terror attack as a baby. His parents were killed in the attack, and he and his brother were raised by his loving grandparents. Nadav just got engaged this month! Mazal tov! That’s only a month after his brother got engaged. We gave Nadav and his fiancee an engagement gift to help them with wedding preparations. Nadav’s grandmother also contacted us to express her appreciation.

Oshrat and her six children miraculously survived a shocking terror attack in 2002, but her husband was killed instantly. The three terrorists were standing on the side of the road dressed as religious Jews and opened fire as the car drove by. Approximately 300 bullets hit the car. Oshrat has been living on a widows’ pension since the attack. Now that her children have grown up, she receives much less and is trying to find work. Her son Malachi recently got engaged and is getting married in December. We gave the couple a gift to make a wedding and to purchase necessities for their new home. Oshrat is very grateful!

Lital and her husband live in Jerusalem. They both survived a terror attack and were seriously injured. They have huge financial challenges. Even their children do odd jobs around the neighborhood to help the family make it through the month. This month we helped them pay their electricity bill. It was a hot summer, and they needed to use to A/C. We also helped them pay for their youngest daughter’s school tuition and books.

Thanks to all donors for making this possible!

If you’ve donated once to terror victims, do it again! 

Become a monthly recurring donor through our Guardians of Israel program and bless terror victims and their families every month of the year!

Together, we can care for them for years to come.

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