Why is this important? ZDVO Beit Halochem helps 51,000 disabled veterans, their families, by providing a variety of individualized therapies, cultural and family activities, sports challenges, and scholarships for higher education and training.
At Beit Halochem there is a meeting of generations. Disabled veterans from as far back as the War of Independence inspire the younger men and women wounded recently in combat and training activities. Friendships are formed, isolation is minimized, a community of healing and support is created, and lives are changed for the better!
Act now: If you have not yet planned a legacy gift now is the perfect time to take action.
The true beneficiaries of your legacy gift will be the men and women who have paid the ultimate price while serving Israel so valiantly.
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