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Wounded Israeli Combat Vet in Ohio Bike Ride for IDF Soldiers

Gabay lost his left leg below the knee after he stepped on a landmine during his military service.

Baroness Rothschild Unveils New Historical Layer of Caesarea’s Hidden Treasures

The $28 Million preservation and reconstruction of the walls, fortifications, towers, and Crusaders’ market is open to the general public.

Sderot Children to Re-Learn Enjoyment of Happy Kites, Instead of Gaza Terror Kites

"We are busy with positive things and optimism and the desire that our children always be happy. I also call on the children of Gaza to enjoy playing with kites ... our kites are of life, not death."

Israeli Medical Team Working in Volcano-Distressed Guatemala

The Israeli medical delegation is "rendering assistance and saving lives. We are all proud of our mission and of our doctors," Netanyahu says.

Haifa U. Gets $10 Million from Jewish-American Philanthropist to Build Downtown Campus

The new campus will amplify University of Haifa’s work to rejuvenate its city and region through establishing new infrastructure.

Yom Yerushalyim Initiative Lauded by Jewish Organizational Leaders

The One Jewish People Project wants to make the world a better place -- together!

ZAKA Lays Cornerstone for Jerusalem World Headquarters

Housing Minister Galant quipped: "In contrast with other rescue organizations, I hope that you have the least amount of work."

Adopt-A-Granny Program Tackles Plight of Israel’s Elderly Holocaust Survivors

All prospective volunteers are required to complete an online application, and make a commitment to meeting with their adopted grandparent at least once a week for at least one year.

Adelsons Donate $70 Million to Birthright Israel

A 2013 study showed that one out of every four Birthright participants marries another Birthright participant.

MK’s Prepare Food Packages for Needy in Israel with Migdal Ohr

Migdal Ohr distributes tens of thousands of food parcels to needy families.

Special Bar Mitzvah at Western Wall Promises Happier Passover for 120 Orphans

“This was the first major family event since my husband died and I was thrilled to see how my son was given the feeling that he hasn’t been forgotten."

Jewish Funders Network Awards Head of Charity Fighting Anti-Semitism

“Amy embodies grace, intelligence, and thoughtful Jewish values,” adds Sally Berkovic, CEO of Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe.

The Poor Brace for a Government Reply

Pesach is around the corner and with it comes the fear of unanticipated financial burdens for many poor families.

Billionaire Donates $20m to Israel’s Sheba Hospital for Nuclear Medicine, Research Center

Targeted cyclotron radiation, which causes minimal damage to surrounding healthy tissue, has been hailed by some as a form of “magic bullet” in the field of cancer treatment.

Not Just a Purim Priority: Giving Food Baskets Every Day to Underprivileged Israelis

Let us make it our imperative, along Yad Ezra V’Shulamit, to ensure that every person in Israel has access to a hot meal and hopeful tomorrow.

100 European Jewish Boys & Girls Celebrate Bar, Bat Mitzvahs at Western Wall

The celebrants were accompanied by rabbis from their respective Jewish communities and a native speaker of their language was attached to each group.

Senior Affordable Housing Project Awarded Millions for Construction

"Increased access to affordable housing for seniors will contribute to the creation of a more equitable, inclusive and vibrant Israeli society as a whole.”

United Hatzalah’s New Responders Team In Mount Hevron Region

There are towns in the region whose closest defibrillator is more than a 15-minute drive away in the next town over; that’s unacceptable when we need to save someone’s life in just a few seconds.

Spiting Academic Establishment, Knesset Approves Law Facilitating Adelson Medical School in Ariel University

The new law fixes a problem that began as Israeli institutions of higher education began to flourish in the liberated territories, most notably Ariel University in Samaria.

Students, Adults Celebrate Tu B’Shevat With Hikes, Gardening, Tree Plantings

In addition to planting new trees, it is traditional to eat dried fruits and nuts that symbolise the Holy Land, including figs and dates.

‘RabbisCanRun’ for Youth at Risk in Israel

Ten community rabbis have signed up for the 2018 RabbisCanRun program, and others expressed interest. Each participant will receive a free trip to Israel.

‘Dames of the Dance’ Heat Up the Stage Ten Years Later

“There’s no pressure in Dames. There’s only working together to create the best show possible. It’s the best of Israel in miniature: kindness, chesed, sisterhood.”

Beis Finger Rehab Center Opens for MS, Neuro Residents in Jerusalem

Beis Finger is intended to be accessible to those from the central region of the country, and is fully disabled-accessible.

Autistic Recruits Help IDF with Inclusive Elements in Military

“I knew this program had potential because it taps into their strengths, specifically intense focus for extensive periods of time and strong visual capabilities.”

Israeli Doctor Performs Rare Spinal Surgery in Jerusalem to Save Bedridden Palestinian Authority Teen

"No one in Israel or abroad wanted to treat him until we got to Dr. Schroeder at Hadassah."

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