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Greenberg Family Visits Beit Halochem Jerusalem

Debbie and Matt Greenberg, and their sons Jason and Robert, recently visited our Beit Halochem center in Jerusalem. The Greenberg brothers Matt, Mitchel and Mark, have shown their steadfast love for Israel’s wounded veterans by supporting Beit Halochem’s Gil-On Club for retirees, as well as the Young Disabled Veterans Club.

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President Yitzak Herzog Lights Candles at Beit Halochem Tel Aviv

Israel’s President Yitzhak Herzog lit the first Hanukkah candle at Beit Halochem Tel Aviv. This ceremony also marked the occasion of the Day of Appreciation for the Zahal Disabled Veterans and Victims of Terror. Among those present were Edan Kleiman, Chair of the ZDVO, and Abie Moses, representing victims of terror.

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FIDV Applauds Approval of Veteran Care Reform Package

On Thursday, May 6, Ministers agreed to push through the Defense Ministry’s plan to reform the treatment for wounded IDF veterans. The outline, dubbed “One Soul” and budgeted at around NIS 300 million, will go toward the immediate hiring of 60 people for the Rehabilitation Department, and toward additional support for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder. (YNET)

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Academic Scholarships Awards Distributed

During December 2020, ZDVO-Beit Halochem awarded 644 academic and vocational training as well  as creative arts scholarships, in a total amount of approximately NIS 2,600,000 (US$ 825,000) raised from private donors, Friends’ Organizations and endowments.

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