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Become a Monthly Sustainer of Moshav Mevo Modiim’s Displaced Families

“To provide for the mourners in Tzion. To give them a turban instead of ashes, the festive ointment instead of mourning, a garment of splendor instead of a drooping spirit. They shall be called terebinths of victory, planted by Hashem for His glory.”
(Isaiah 61:3)

continue to support Jewish Victims of Terror

Thanks to YOUR generosity and support, Israel365 has been supporting, caring for and helping the displaced residents of Moshav Mevo Modiim since terrorists destroyed their homes and community in May, 2019.

Purchasing Clothes and Home Essentials

“For I am mindful of the plans I have made concerning you, declares Hashem, plans for your welfare, not for disaster, to give you a hopeful future” (Jeremiah 29:11)

Therapeutic Day Camp Programs

“Comfort, oh comfort My people, says your God” (Isaiah 10:4).

Preparing To Make the Moshav Green Again

“He is like a tree planted beside streams of water, which yields its fruit in season, whose foliage never fades, and whatever it produces thrives” (Psalms 1:3).

winter brings new hardships

As winter weather sets in, the families of Moshav Mevo Modiim are realizing that they are not equipped for the cold or rain. Their winter gear – jackets, boots, blankets, radiators and heaters, were destroyed in the fire.

help the children recover

For 7 months, dozens of young children have moved from one temporary living quarters to another. They have survived the trauma of losing their homes and all of their possessions. They have coped with beginning new schools, wearing donated clothing, and playing with borrowed toys. Their expenses are mounting as they attempt to replace all that was taken from them.

Thank You 

From Rabbi Tuly Weisz

Thanks to your generosity this year, Israel365 was able to provide support, and programming to the dozens of Moshav Mevo Modiim families whose homes were destroyed by arson terrorists.

Over the past months, I have come to know these families, and form strong relationships with many of them. While they have experienced great loss and trauma, their spirits remain high as they continue to strive to rebuild their special community.

These families, many with multiple young children, are still living in temporary housing. The onset of winter has reminded them of their loss as they realize they are lacking adequate winter gear.

With every passing month, these families face greater expenses as they struggle to replace all that was taken from them. Your kindness and generosity has already brought much comfort to them, but your monthly commitment to help them rebuild and restore will be absolutely absolutely life-changing.

With blessings,

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Rabbi Tuly Weisz

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