We need your support -
JNF continuously supports the land of Israel and its people – JNF was there before the war, during the war, and will continue to be on the ground in Israel. As we celebrate the New Year, JNF is into the second year of its $1 Billion Roadmap for the Next Decade, a bold campaign that will improve the quality of life for all Israelis and build a prosperous future for the land of Israel.
During Operation Protective Edge Our
Donors Helped Make a Difference.
JNF’s impact has been felt throughout
"A shelter is more than concrete. It's an emotional
Iron Dome that creates a sense of security. We can't say thank you enough to
our JNF friends who stood beside us so quickly and with the shelters they
provided brought some peace to our families and children."
Rabbi Eli Adler, Halutza
JNF Indoor Recreation
Center in Sderot
center has proven to be our lifeline. I don't know what we would do without it."
Alon Davidi, mayor of Sderot.
Fire trucks and
have no idea what it meant for us to know we were thought of during this
grueling time. It's inspiring to see the commitment, friendship and solidarity
of the community in the US and JNF and the land of Israel. Thank you for your
partnership with the fire and rescue services in saving lives."
Shiko Bar Dov, deputy commissioner of Israel's Fire and Rescue services.
Programs for the
is nothing more ethical than to help a human being in their greatest time of
need and this is even more so for a person who cannot help him or herself."
Amos Ziv, founder and director of LOTEM-Making Nature Accessible
Trips to the North
again JNF-USA is in touch with the needs of our people. We began with three
daily tours from Beer Sheva, Ashdod and Ashkelon and because the buses were
fully booked, JNF-USA encouraged us to organize more tours. When we met the
families, learned about their anxiety, and saw the children run and play
outside after long days of confinement to the shelters, you could see the
parents relax as they spent good quality time with their families. They were
ever so grateful and it was very moving."
Michal Shiloah Galnoor, executive director of Western Galilee Now
Programs in the South
made my day! It is so important that these kids know somebody cares about them.
You don't understand how it feels to have someone who cares and gives with a
Kinneret Bargil, head of the education department in the Bedouin village of
Alexander Muss High
School in Israel (AMHSI)
"I want you to know that just
receiving updates from you helped so much. I am impressed with Alexander Muss
High School in Israel after this summer in a new way…. A piece of Ben was left
behind in Israel and he is a different young man. He is wiser and older in so
many ways. Thank you for taking care of my son."
Linda Henriquez, AMHSI parent