Ways to Help Israel
Go to Israel: Give blood, visit a hospital or donate time while you’re
Bonds to invest in Israel’s economic infrastructure at an attractive interest
rate. For more information call 800-229-9650 or go to their website: www.israelbonds.com.
companies in your portfolio. Find corporate, financial and investment
information at www.USAIsrael.org.
goods and services.
Read labels and choose
Israeli products whenever you can. Remember to thank retailers who stock Israeli
items and request them from merchants who don’t.
Israeli products are
readily available through the internet: www.iguide.co.il is an internet guide; www.israelvisit.co.il offers shopping and general
information; other items can be found through www.shopinisrael.com and www.israelshop1.com.
Check your local
distributor or www.4kosherwine.com.
that support Israel and Israelis, among them:
Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) www.aipac.org.
All For Israel
(for victims of terror): www.all4israel.com
National Fund: 800-542-8733, or via this website and click on
Adom, Israel’s EMS: 847-583-0664 or via this website and click on
IDF: 212-244-3118 or www.israelsoldiers.org
Eliezer (humanitarian aid for Israeli poor): www.yadeliezer.com
Peace (trains bomb-sniffing dogs): 323-761-8294, www.pupsforpeace.org
Fund www.libi-fund.org – Supports Israel’s soldiers.
Children Victims of Terror www.kavor.org – Provides computers for hospitalized
Panim: Relief Centers feeding Israel’s hungry www.meirpanim.org.
Peace – Our Christian brothers and sisters who support Israel:
Fund, Helping Victims of Terror http://onefamilyfund.org/
Miklat, Shelter from abuse
for Israel’s religious, battered women and their children http://www.miklat.org
Lachayal, Helping Israeli Soldiers – 100% or your donation goes to them
Heart to Heart (Lev LaLev) Orphaned girls School http://www.levlalev.com/index.htm
Natal – Israel Trauma Center for Victims of Terror and War
informed. Educate yourself on the issues behind the news. Alan Dershowitz’s
new book, The Case for Israel, is wonderful. “From Time Immemoria” by
Joan Peters and “Myth & Fact” by Mitchell Bard are excellent primers on
the Arab-Israeli conflict. United Jewish Communities’ Israel Advocacy Resource Guide,
www.ujc.org, has an
extensive list of links in a user friendly format. Other resources include: Virtual
Judaism, www.us-israel.org; Anti-Defamation League, www.adl.org; Simon Wiesenthal Center,
www.wiesenthal.com; Israel’s government site, www.knesset.gov.il: and,
Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs, www.mfa.gov.il.
about how Israel is presented in the American and International media; Stay
vocal. The Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America offers
valuable alerts at www.camera.org; additional information can be found at
www.honestreporting.com. Call attention to misrepresentations and
inaccuracies about Israel by calling, emailing, writing and faxing the media as well as
national and international leaders.