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A $20,000 Chanukah Gelt Miracle (Direct Mailing)

There are thousands of people who have been affected by the violence in Israel. The NAVAH Fund, a non-profit association for volunteering and assisting the injured, was established to bring comfort to victims of terror, and to reassure them that they are not alone in their suffering. The emphasis on bikur cholim (visiting the sick) is what makes NAVAH unique. Their volunteers meet with almost every person who has been hurt in a terror attack -- sitting by their bedside, listening to them, and crying with them. NAVAH distributes care packages, together with a monetary endowment - a one-time grant that victims of terror can use for whatever they need. These small tokens communicate to the victims of terror that many people, from many countries, stand with them in their time of need.

This Chanukah, NAVAH volunteers will be visiting victims of terror in hospitals, rehabilitation centers and in their homes, to uplift their spirits over the holidays. The word "Chanukah" means dedication in Hebrew, and there is no group of people more dedicated to bringing the magical light of Chanukah into the shattered lives of the many victims of terror, than the NAVAH volunteers.

One of the customs of this Festival of Lights, is the giving of Chanukah gelt (coins). This Chanukah, you can make a difference in the lives of Israeli victims of terror by fulfilling the age-old tradition of giving Chanukah gelt, in the form of a monetary contribution to the NAVAH Fund. NAVAH is hoping to raise $20,000 to distribute equally to victims of terror as Chanukah gelt over the festive period. All donations are tax deductible.

The Gift of Chanukah Gelt - What Could Be More Heartfelt?

For more information about the NAVAH Distribution Fund:
Contact Us:
Toll-free from America: 1-877-359-2225
Toll-free from Canada: 1-877-916-2225
In Israel: +972-2-579-0614
From Anywhere Else: + 972-2-570-2215
Email: main@supportvictims.org

Website: www.SupportTerrorVictims.org