WE STAND WITH ISRAEL
Hundreds of rockets have been fired at Israel since the beginning of the IDF operation in Gaza, Operation Protective Edge. Security precautions have been taken nationwide. We feel for the citizens of Israel at this difficult time and wish safety and security for all. Please click here to read an important info piece from the Consulate of Israel.
The CEO of the Bnai Zion Medical Center, Dr. Amnon Rofe, says, "Unfortunately, the threat of attack is significant. We know you stand by us. Make our priority yours: Construction of a new protected underground emergency facility, fortified against nuclear, biological and chemical attack, that will help us save lives." Contribute to the Bnai Zion Medical Center by clicking here. 100% of all designated gifts to the Medical Center will be transferred to it.
Shopping Online? Amazon.com will donate to Bnai Zion
Amazon.com has a program where they donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to a charity of your choice - and Bnai Zion is one of their charities. Just go to smile.amazon.com and select Bnai Zion Foundation, then continue your shopping.
You will have double satisfaction: You get the products you want, and our projects in Israel will benefit.
Adopt a Family in Ahava Village with Our New Program
With our program, Adopt-a-Family / Mishpachton in Ahava Village for Children & Youth, you can support one of the fifteen families in this refuge for abused children with a continual monthly contribution. Learn how the mishpachton provides nurturing care and encouragement to its residents. Click here for more information.
We Send 100% of All Designated Gifts to Our Projects in Israel
We send 100% of all designated gifts made to our organization to our projects in Israel, enabling us to help Israel’s less fortunate who need it most. This percentage puts Bnai Zion ahead of most other charitable organizations in terms of targeting dollars received, and It allows us to forge ahead with our work that makes a positive difference in medical, social, educational and cultural arenas for a cross-section of the Israeli population. We’re very grateful for your help.
-- Shimon Peres, Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, February 1988