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Some families find a special place in our heart, and we do our best to help them break out of the circle of poverty. One of them is the Levi* family, whom we've been helping regularly over the last couple of years.

David*, the father, was severely injured after being stabbed all over his body in a terror attack in Jerusalem in 2013. He is now suffering from various disabilities and severe trauma and is unable to work. His wife, Michal*, was laid off from her job and is working hard cleaning homes. The family of six is struggling financially. 

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Recently, Vision for Israel donated ten brand-new computers to a community center in Kiryat Gat. This particular community center is specifically for elderly people, including Holocaust survivors, and was founded with the purpose of enabling people to grow old where they live, in an environment they are familiar with. The center provides many social activities for the residents and has a computer room that was functioning until a year ago when, due to the age of the computers, the room became unusable.

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With every donation that goes out from Vision for Israel, our hearts grow and rejoice. We know how much the recipients need the help and how the donations give them the strength to go on and the means to live with a little more dignity. When we meet them, the sparkles in their eyes, the smiles on their faces and the embraces they give us are our reward. 

 

Once in a while, we receive thank you letters that warm our heart. Recently we received a note from a mother who received backpacks for her children:

 

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“And will not God bring about justice to His chosen ones, who cry out to Him day and night?” Luke 18:7

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“He reveals the deep things of darkness and brings utter darkness into the light.” Job 12:22
 

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Over the last three years, Vision for Israel has been working with the Organization for Terror Victims to fund part of the academic studies of dozens of students. 

 

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“Those who war against you shall be as nothing…. For I,  the Lord your God, will hold your right hand, saying to you,  ‘Fear not, I will help you.’” Isa. 41: 12-13

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Many terror victims suffer from post-trauma and financial difficulties that prevent them and their families from going out. Therefore, Vision for Israel has joined the Organization for the Welfare of Terror Victims in providing cultural evenings once in a while. Recently, Vision for Israel sponsored such an evening in Tel Aviv where the victims were treated to the play Simply to Love.

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Hanan* is a single father of two children and is a terror victim since March 2002. He was sitting in a restaurant in Tel Aviv when a terrorist entered and started shooting. Hanan was hiding inside the building until the shooting stopped and was saved. The frightening experience of almost losing his life caused him to develop a post-traumatic stress disorder. Until the day of the terror attack, Hanan was working, making a good living and enjoying a rich social life. In one moment, his life was turned upside-down.

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This month, a group of Holocaust survivors that we support enjoyed a visit to the Friends of Zion Museum, sponsored by Vision for Israel. Barry also joined them for this fun outing. 

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