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Support emergency relief organizations in Israel who are providing direct assistance to the communities and victims of the greatest antisemitic terrorist attack since the Holocaust.

Your donation can make a powerful impact in providing urgently needed aid and support to those affected by this horrific event. By contributing through this fundraising campaign, not only will your generosity help those in desperate need, but the Combat Antisemitism Movement Donors will also match funds to double the impact of your donation. Together, we can stand in solidarity with the affected communities, offering them hope, strength, and the resources necessary to rebuild and heal. Your support is crucial in helping them regain their lives and restore a sense of security and stability. Join us in making a difference today.

Donate through this page and the Combat Antisemitism Movement Donors will match funds to double your donation.

This fund will be disbursed to the following organizations:


SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS

  • One Family TogetherA non-profit organization recognized in Israel, the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. OurFamily brings together Israel’s victims of terror into one, national, self-supportive family, through a unique community of professionals, volunteers, supporters, and victims, to stand together to rekindle love and restore hope.

  • Atlas Hotel - Is a Hotel operates 16 properties dedicated to housing evacuated families from conflict zones in the South and North regions. They provide rooms, meals, and activities to these families. While 50% receive state subsidies, others only get a few days of coverage. These families can't return home due to ongoing conflict risks. To sustain this lifeline, ongoing support is needed.

  • The Koby Mandell FoundationThe Koby Mandell Foundation runs therapeutic healing programs for those who have lost a mother, father, sister, brother, or child to terrorism. Overnight camps and retreats provide individuals and families with the tools to translate the pain and suffering of tragedy into positive personal growth, deeper interpersonal relationships, and active community leadership.

  • Alon & EllaAlon and Ella mobilizes more than 5,000 volunteers nationwide. All are united in their mission to provide essential support to those in need, including the elderly, Holocaust survivors, women in the cycle of violence, at-risk youth, lonely soldiers, the homeless, and those living in poverty or suffering from mental illness.

  • Simcha Layeled - Simcha Layeled believes that for children with chronic illnesses or disabilities, the combination of personal interaction and social and emotional tools will facilitate the development into mature adults. And as these children develop they will also fully utilize their inherent personal potential, easing their integration into Israeli society and preparing them to contribute significantly to this society during their adulthood.

  • Empowering Ethiopian Women - This organization comprises more than 100 members from the community residing in the Gaza Envelope settlements, with the vast majority being single mothers. They are seeking to offer support by providing vouchers for the purchase of groceries and essential baby products.

  • The Summit Institute - The Summit Institute is one of the primary organizations operating foster care services in Israel. As of October 7th, we had over 60 foster families in the Gaza Envelope Area alone. Twenty of these families serve as foster families for children with disabilities, and two of the families serve as emergency foster families, ready to welcome a child at a moment's notice.

  • Perach - Perach opened its doors in 1999. Our facilities include ASD daycares, Rehabilitative daycares, Communication preschools, ASD preschools, Mental Disability preschools, Rehabilitative preschools, Development Delay preschools, Special Education schools, Learning Disability schools, Emotional Disabilities schools, and more.

  • Ze Benafshi - Ze Benafshi, an NGO dedicated to the wellbeing of children and youth, 6-18, hospitalized in closed-off psychiatric wards throughout the country. Our beneficiaries, who've already suffered through acute mental pain and separation from loved ones, must now face what is shaping to be the greatest national catastrophe to befall Israel since its inception.

  • Israel Strong Foundation - The Israel Strong Foundation supports ZAKA, which has evolved into a globally recognized humanitarian organization. ZAKA excels in search and rescue, preventing autopsies, delivering medical responses, and offering mortuary services. With a dedicated team of over 2,800 volunteers spanning 15 countries, ZAKA offers swift and expert deployment, making their equipment and skills readily available for emergency response.

  • Eden Project - Is a post-hospitalization residential care facility for girls between the age of 12 and 18 with complex post-traumatic stress disorder, which has been operating since 2010. The facility specializes in treating girls with sexual trauma inflicted by family members, who often also suffer from additional trauma resulting from neglect and poverty.

  • Courage Kitchen Initiative - Is dedicated to providing chef-prepared meals to various groups in Israel, including soldiers, displaced families, medical personnel, and Nova Festival survivors.

  • Masa Israeli - mission is to strengthen & foster a deep commitment to the land and people of Israel. For the next four weeks they will be providing support to 3,000 teenagers from the Southern and the north regions. This plan involves organizing day trips to safer areas, offering these young individuals a much-needed respite from the challenging circumstances they are currently facing.

  • La'Aretz - is directly connected to the surviving families through the community managers of the affected communities. They received lists from community leaders of kibbutzim, Sderot, Ofakim, and Ashkelon through the municipality's welfare department. They verify cases, and if it's a death case, they cross-reference with a list of deceased individuals. For other cases, evidence such as hospital reports is required. They map eligible families and identify a single contact per household. Funds are then transferred directly to their bank accounts using international wire transfer. La’Aretz is entirely voluntary and incurs zero overhead costs. Their sole objective is to offer direct, immediate relief to each surviving family, allowing them to use the funds at their discretion.

  • NovaHelp: Professional support for the survivors of the Nova rave in southern Israel  - is a project was initiated to provide support to attendees of the Nova Music Festival in Southern Israel, near Gaza, on October 7th. Survivors of the tragic events that occurred at the festival are in urgent need of mental assistance. With a committed team of 350 therapists, the project's primary goal is to secure the necessary funding for these crucial therapy sessions. The enduring impact of their efforts, both in the short-term and long-term, underscores the importance of substantial financial support. The initiative has already received over 1,400 requests from survivors seeking assistance.

  • Feed Your Mind - is a social initiative that in regular time is giving away food from restaurants to organizations. When the war started they decided to launch a special project with their partners, “Ashtrom group” that have provided us 2 Food-Trucks and “Kiroskay” company equipped them with professional kitchen equipment.

SUPPORT FOR SOLDIERS

  • The Acheinu Bnai Yisrael in Eretz Yisrael campaign — led by Eretz HaKodesh, aims to support Israeli soldiers and their families during their fight. Funds raised will be used to procure essential equipment, provide meals for soldiers and their families, aid families affected by tragic incidents, and fulfill additional needs as they arise, ensuring maximum impact and direct distribution to those in need.

  • My IsraelThe fundraising goal is to increase the vigilance and preparedness of Israeli civilians, and provide basic equipment to fast-response groups to bolster security in Israeli communities.

  • The Lone Soldier Center Provides a “home away from home” for thousands of lone soldiers each year — new immigrants, foreign volunteers and Israeli born youth estranged from their families. It provides soldiers with vital programs before, during, and after their IDF service.

COMMUNITIES AFFECTED

  • Restoring Kibbutz Nir Oz that was nearly demolishedKibbutz Nir Oz suffered a horrific massacre on Saturday, with dozens of residents murdered, missing, or kidnapped to Gaza.

  • Sha'ar HaNegev Regional Council - The Sha'ar HaNegev Regional Council, is a regional council in the north-western Negev, in Israel's Southern District. The Regional Council's territory lies midway between Beersheba and Ashkelon, bounded on the west by the Gaza Strip. The eastern border abuts Bnei Shimon.

  • Sderot Foundation - In Sderot, almost 30,000 Israelis are the target of rockets, mortars and incendiary devices launched at them from the Gaza strip. When a siren sounds, there are just 15 seconds to find shelter. The barrage hasn’t stopped for over twenty years. Sderot is not only a community in Israel’s socio-economic periphery but one that is overwhelmed by continuous emotional trauma.

  • Restoring Kibbutz Kfar Aza — A thriving community of 1,000 people - men, women, and children - was brutally decimated within 48 hours. Whole families were murdered in cold blood. Houses were turned into piles of ashes and dust, and the lives of the survivors turned upside down in one of the most deadly and brutal terrorist attacks in history. It is now time, in these difficult hours, to lend a hand and help the survivors with their immediate physical and spiritual needs and begin to rebuild the kibbutz.

  • The Kibbutz Movement  — The Kibbutz Movement has opened an emergency fundraising drive to bring urgent recovery support to 23 kibbutzim along the border with Gaza who have suffered an immense, unfathomable catastrophe over the past few days. Twenty three kibbutzim were swept up in the massacre and rampage of destruction by the Hamas terror organization.  Many hundreds of kibbutz residents have been murdered or abducted.  Hundreds of buildings and infrastructure have been destroyed. Many of the survivors have been forced to evacuate their homes for their own safety. The Kibbutz Movement has set up an emergency situation room to handle the many urgent needs in this crisis 24/7 and to begin to help the precious survivors, families and communities begin to recover.

  • Netiv HaAsaraNetiv HaAsara in Israel underwent a horrific massacre in the early morning hours of October 7th, 2023. Now, they need your help.

  • Kibbutz SufaKibbutz Sufa in Israel underwent a horrific massacre in the early morning hours of October 7th, 2023. Now, they need your help.

  • Kibbutz of Nahal OzKibbutz Nahal Oz in Israel underwent a horrific massacre in the early morning hours of October 7th, 2023. Now, they need your help.

  • Ofakim Community Resilience Is a community resilience center that was born out of acute need. Their mission is to support the residents of Ofakim in both their day-to-day lives as well as during times of emergencies. Their goal is to provide vital assistance to enhance their well-being and resilience, addressing a wide range of social needs.


MEDICAL AID

  • Magen David Adom-  Magen David Adom is Israel’s national emergency medical, disaster, ambulance and blood bank service. The men and women of Magen David Adom are risking their lives to save the lives of others.

  • Soroka Hospital of Beersheva — This is the closest major hospital to the terror attacks in the south of Israel and they have been directly treating many hundreds of critically wounded soldiers and civilians.

  • United HatzalahUnited Hatzalah of Israel is the largest independent, non-profit, fully volunteer emergency medical service organization that provides the fastest emergency medical service throughout Israel, and completely free of charge. United Hatzalah is raising funds for desperately-needed supplies to provide its volunteers with the equipment they need to save lives and the protective equipment to keep themselves safe — such protective vests and helmets, oxygen tanks, defibrillators, trauma bandages, and tourniquets.

  • Chaverim Israel Family ServicesChaverim Israel Family Services is a Non-profit organization dedicated to helping people in pain, who cannot afford the life-saving medication or medical care they need. We support the Haverim Le’Refuah program of gathering unused medication and then distributing it for free, an innovative program that is unique in the world and has improved the lives of countless people all over Israel.

SUPPORT TO SMALL BUSINESSES

  • Katef to KatefAn organization was established with the primary goal of instigating significant transformation within Israeli society by empowering struggling families to break free from the cycle of poverty. Currently, we are actively supporting 300 families over a period of three months through a multifaceted approach, including mentorship, provision of food assistance, and financial budgeting guidance to their business.

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ORGANIZATIONS WHO HAVE RECEIVED DONATIONS

  • Alon and Ella

  • Atlas Hotel

  • Chaverim Israel Family Services

  • Courage Kitchen Initiative

  • Empowering Ethiopian Women

  • Feed Your Mind

  • Israel Strong Foundation

  • Katef El Katef

  • Kfar Azza Fund

  • Kibbutz Nahal Oz

  • Kibbutz Nir Oz

  • Kibbutz Sofa Fund

  • La'Aret

  • Magen David Adom

  • Masa Israeli

  • My Israel

  • Netiv HaAsara Fund

  • NovaHelp

  • Ofakim Community Resilience

  • One Family Together

  • Perach - a National program for social impact

  • Project Eden

  • Sha'ar HaNegev Regional Council

  • Sderot Foundation

  • Simcha Layeled

  • Soroka Medical Center

  • The Kibbutz Movement

  • The Koby Mandell Foundation

  • The Lone Soldier Center

  • United Hatzalah

  • Ze Benafshi

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