As in the past, IFLA responded quickly to the needs on the ground by providing small businesses with interest-free loans and special conditions. As of now, the rockets have stopped, but the damage remains. These businesses require urgent assistance in order to stabilize financially.
We thank our supporters for responding as quickly as we have and enabling us to help. We continue to receive loan requests for this purpose and require ongoing support in order to accommodate the need. We are happy that thanks to our donors, we continue to be able to assist people like the Eizens to keep afloat.
An extra $2 million is needed to help small businesses hurt during Operation Protective Edge
A donation to IFLA is a unique way to help small businesses throughout Israel which are now experiencing financial hardship. Thanks to a challenge grant, donations of $25,000 or more will be matched by 50%, thus increasing the donation’s impact.
Those interested in contributing can contact IFLA at telephone number +972 54 768 1776 in Jerusalem or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations to IFLA are tax deductible in Israel, the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. For more information, please visit www.freeloan.org.il.
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About the Author: A Los Angeles native, Judi made Aliyah to Israel in 2002 and today is part of the team at IFLA- the Israel Free Loan Association in Jerusalem.
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