“At Beit Halochem, you are the story. Each and every one of us is the story of the State of Israel.” – Roei Ben Tolila
A lively delegation of 53 Evangelical Christians from Eagles’ Wings Ministry made a special visit to Beit Halochem Tel Aviv on Sunday, September 24. Led by Rev. Robert Stearns, this was the first stop on a longer tour to Israel to participate in their special Day of Prayer for the Peace
Four athletes competed to raise funds for Friends of Israel Disabled Veterans at the 17th New York City Triathlon. Their exemplary performances and fundraising for Beit Halochem will really make a difference in the lives of disabled men and women in Israel.
BY DANIEL K. EISENBUD | JULY 5, 2017 An international delegation of CEOs representing the Friends of Israel Disabled Veterans organization arrived in Israel this week to meet with wounded soldiers and raise money for a new rehabilitation facility in Ashdod. The organization’s fund-raising efforts are on behalf of
On Sunday, April 30, 2017, an eager crowd gathered in North Woodmere Park to raise funds and awareness for Beit Halochem and the disabled veterans of Israel. This was the 8th Annual FIDV 5 Towns 5k Run/Walk, and almost 400 participants took part, including 60 children in the Annual Fun Run.
We would like to thank The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust for their commitment to help the disabled heroes of Israel. They have approved a two-year grant of $2 million to support the construction of the new Beit Halochem rehabilitation, sports and recreation center in Ashdod. (Learn
This very generous award will allow us to continue to support the rehabilitation of disabled Israeli veterans at our Beit Halochem centers in Tel Aviv, Beer Sheva and Haifa.
The IPC Wheelchair Dance Sport European Championships took place last month in Kosice, Slovakia with the participation of 14 European countries and over 100 dancers. Israel was represented by 5 wheelchair dancing couples.
The Christine Richardson Memorial Children’s Playground at Beit Halochem Tel Aviv now will serve the many children and grandchildren of disabled veterans and civilian victims of terror attacks who come to Beit Halochem to heal and rehabilitate.