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It is a story that would make Biblical King Solomon proud.
In order to raise awareness about the need to help Israel’s most vulnerable children, The Summit Institute produced a unique Passover Haggadah.
Dafna Meir, 39, who was stabbed to death on Sunday outside her family home was not only a victim – she was a heroine, say close friends and family.
Think back to your eighteenth birthday. The thrill of being able to vote, getting a drivers license, graduating high school with the whole world in front of you.
The Summit Institute recently launched a partnership with the Israel Trauma Center. The two organizations are working together to create a plan for helping foster children in the case of a national emergency.
A shocking tragedy recently took place, when a life with so much hope and vigor was suddenly snuffed out without warning.
Bringing light to Israel’s foster children who have been through many troubled homes is not always something that is easy to do.
One of the most important feelings a person has is a sense of home, a sense of belonging where a person can be themselves, with all of their failings and idiosyncrasies, and still be accepted.
When we invoke the name ‘Israel,’ the biblical personage of Jacob who received the name ‘Israel’ from God comes to mind.