Brothers and Sisters:
I’ve touted CONNECTIONS ISRAEL as a great organization in Israel helping IDF soldiers. And in full disclosure I am on the Governing Board of this group (as a volunteer).
We’ve been informed that there is a border patrol soldier whose parents passed away from cancer within the last two years, and is currently living with their twin in Haifa. They want to continue to serve but financially may have to leave the service. This soldier needs funds for basics like toiletries, rent, clothing, and so on.
I’ve given $50 to Connections Israel. You can go to their donation page:
And then to paypal where you can enter, in the special instructions, “FOR THE BORDER PATROL SOLDIER.”
This will ensure the donation gets to the right cause.
Thank you, and G-d bless. Everything helps. And please forward to others / share this information.
Many hands make light work. We’re Jews. We dig deep to help our own.
I have mentioned before that I am on the board of Connections Israel, a 501c3 charity that gives gifts and morale events for IDF soldiers.
Here is the video of our drive to give soldiers Purim gift baskets. We got over 2000 soldiers. Just look at those happy faces.
Purim is just around the corner, and IDF soldiers break out into smiles when they get a gift basket from Connections Israel.
For $15 you can give a basket for one soldier. For $450 you can give an entire unit of 30 soldiers baskets.
CONNECTIONS ISRAEL PURIM 2018 PROJECT
Please consider this 501c3 charity in your giving.
Signing off for Shabbat.
THIS… is spirit! THIS… is morale! Am Yisrael chai! (Just read an interesting book that talked about wars – and that, very often, THE determining factor is not weapons, or technology, or numbers, but SPIRIT and MORALE and DETERMINATION.)
For only $90, donate a fleece jacket to an IDF soldier. It’s simple, it’s easy, and not only does it help an individual, the money goes to Israel’s economy. And it’s tax-deductible!
Connections Israel: Fleece Donation Page
Full disclosure: I am a volunteer member of this 501c3 charity’s Governing Board.
Passover is coming soon. Please consider a tax-deductible gift to Connections Israel so that IDF soldiers on duty can celebrate.
(Full disclosure: I’m on the governing board of Connections Israel.)
Tonight will be the first night of Channukah, and for the first time my children have their own Menorahs to light. But in looking online for Channukah images – at my daughter’s request – I found this Menorah:
I am conflicted:
- On one hand, it’s probably the tackiest thing I’ve ever seen, and highly irreverent
- On the other hand, it’s imaginative and certainly captivating to kids
And for Channukah, please support the IDF. I now wear my support for Israel’s military. Will you join me ($5 donation to www.connectionsisrael.com, a 501c3 charity) gets you this bracelet. Or perhaps a fleece coat?
Like I said, I wear my support for the IDF. And in full disclosure, I’m on the Governing Board of Connections Israel. That’s how serious I am about this charity.
Donate to help our ally, Israel.
Click here to help for the coming Channukah holiday.
Click here to donate winter gear.
Click here if you want to adopt a unit.
Connections Israel is a 501c3 entity, which means that by donating you are not only helping the only democracy in the middle east, but you get a valuable charitable gift to use to wrest back part of your taxes from the maw of the federal government.
I am on the Governing Board of Connections Israel, an approved non-profit in both the USA and in Israel. Thus, I not only contribute, but am lending my name to this excellent organization.
We are driving to provide care packages to IDF (Israeli Defense Forces) troops for the holiday of Purim, when Persian schemers attempted to destroy the Jews there. The story of the Jews’ success in foiling the schemes and plots is particularly relevant today.
If you’ve enjoyed my Job Search Article Aggregates, my Jobs In New England posts, or even chuckled at all the various humor I’ve posted including my anti-diet pictures… please do consider contributing.
Notice: This will repeat until Purim is over.