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The delegation from AIPAC/AIEF visits Beit Halochem in Israel.

AIPAC/AIEF Delegation Visits Beit Halochem

In the first week of September 2019, a very distinguished delegation of American friends, many of whom have a military background, visited Beit Halochem. Part of a now three-year collaboration between Beit Halochem and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and the American Israel Education Fund (AIEF), the delegates met disabled veterans, toured the Beit Halochem facility, and discussed issues related to the heroes’ rehabilitation challenges and accomplishments.

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Beit Kay

Beit Kay in Nahariya

Established in 1958, Beit Kay is a Rest and Recreation Center for Zahal Disabled Veterans and their families. It was built in the northern resort town of Nahariya on land donated by Mrs. Vera Weizmann, wife of Israel’s first president, the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann.

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Beit Halochem Tel Aviv

Beit Halochem Tel Aviv

Beit Halochem Tel Aviv opened its doors in 1974, just after the Yom Kippur War. It was built on seven acres of land allocated to the Zahal Disabled Veterans Organization by the late Yehoshua Rabinovitz, then mayor of Tel Aviv. The principal contribution for the Center was provided by the Aktionskomitee “Pro-Israel” of Switzerland.

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Beit Halochem Jerusalem

Beit Halochem Jerusalem

The Beit Halochem Center in Jerusalem opened in 1994, for the benefit of the members of Zahal Disabled Veterans Organization living in the Jerusalem area. The facility grounds encompass some ten acres of beautiful landscaping, in the south-western part of Jerusalem. Located between the new suburbs of Gilo and Givat Masua, the center offers a panoramic view of the Judean hills.

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Beit Halochem Haifa

Beit Halochem Haifa

Beit Halochem Haifa was opened in 1986. The Brith Sholom Foundation in Philadelphia undertook the major portion of the facility’s funding. Because of its unusual architectural features, it is considered one of Israel’s more interesting buildings.

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Beit Halochem Beer Sheva

Beit Halochem Beer Sheva

Over 1,000 guests attended the Grand Opening of Beit Halochem in Beer Sheva on April 13, 2011. The facility serves thousands of disabled veterans and their families living in southern Israel, as well as the victims of terror attacks. It offers top-notch facilities within easy reach of veterans who previously had to long distances to get services. The center contains swimming, therapy, art, and performance facilities.

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Beit Halochem Ashdod

An integral part of our mission is to offer disabled veterans and their families all the tools to rehabilitate and reintegrate into society. Vital to this is convenience – to have a Beit Halochem in close proximity to those women, men and families being served. Ashdod was chosen as the site of the fifth Beit Halochem center after years of research and surveys. Situated on 7.4 dunams of land, the new center will be a hub for disabled veterans living in Israel’s Southern Coastal Plain.

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