Stand With Israel and the Jewish People at This Time of Dire Need!
The Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) has launched an emergency fund to support relief organizations in Israel providing direct assistance to the communities and victims of the worst antisemitic attack since the Holocaust.
Your donation will have a powerful impact in granting urgently needed aid to those affected by this horrific event. By contributing through this fundraising campaign, not only will your generosity help those in desperate need, but Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) donors will also match funds to double the impact of your giving.
Together, we can stand in solidarity with the affected communities, offering them hope, strength, and the resources necessary to rebuild and heal. Your support is crucial in helping them regain their lives and restore a sense of security and stability. Join us in making a difference today!
“This is a platform to make a practical difference on the ground,” CAM CEO Sacha Roytman Dratwa said. “We urge all people of good conscience across the world who were shocked by the terrifying brutality of what they witnessed on Saturday and want to do their part to help Israel overcome this adversity to give what they can. Every dollar counts, and will help the ongoing relief efforts in the days, months, and years ahead.”
Make your contribution HERE to have Combat Antisemitism Movement match funds to double your donation.
The funds will be disbursed to the following organizations:
- Magen David Adom — Magen David Adom is Israel’s national emergency medical, disaster, ambulance and blood bank service. The men and women of Magen David Adom are risking their lives to save the lives of others.
- Soroka Hospital of Beersheva — This is the closest major hospital to the terror attacks in the south of Israel and they have been directly treating many hundreds of critically wounded soldiers and civilians.
- United Hatzalah — United Hatzalah of Israel is the largest independent, non-profit, fully volunteer emergency medical service organization that provides the fastest emergency medical service throughout Israel, and completely free of charge. United Hatzalah is raising funds for desperately-needed supplies to provide its volunteers with the equipment they need to save lives and the protective equipment to keep themselves safe — such protective vests and helmets, oxygen tanks, defibrillators, trauma bandages, and tourniquets.
SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS
- Jewish Agency Fund for Victims of Terror — An emergency aid fund for those in dire need. To help survivors in the wake of tragedy, it provides financial assistance in as quickly as 48 hours, and ongoing care to get individuals and families on the road to recovery. The Jewish Agency is doing all it can to ensure the safety of olim (immigrants), vulnerable Israeli populations, and its program participants throughout Israel.
- JGive — A non-profit social impact organization with the goal of growing the culture of giving in Israel and to Israel. In addition to being a unifying body for many fundraisers, JGive is also running an independent fundraiser to support the victims’ families and the survivors of the Hamas attack.
- One Family Together — A non-profit organization recognized in Israel, the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. OurFamily brings together Israel’s victims of terror into one, national, self-supportive family, through a unique community of professionals, volunteers, supporters, and victims, to stand together to rekindle love and restore hope.
- Shinua Hevrati (Social Mobilizing) — The residents of southern Israel were subjected to a terrible attack, and were forced to evacuate their homes with nothing but the clothes on them. Shinua Hevrati (Social Mobilizing), a sustainable social organization whose goal is to fill the gap from the existing abundance through logistical solutions and the ability to mobilize the business and civil society, is supporting them by locating and collecting consumer goods, furniture, clothing, food and more from organizations and companies in the business world and giving them to families and individuals in need.
- Shoresh Foundation — The Shoresh Foundation is establishing an immediate aid fund to support the immediate needs of the families evacuated from southern Israel — housing, mental support, and equipment, etc.
- The Koby Mandell Foundation — The Koby Mandell Foundation runs therapeutic healing programs for those who have lost a mother, father, sister, brother, or child to terrorism. Overnight camps and retreats provide individuals and families with the tools to translate the pain and suffering of tragedy into positive personal growth, deeper interpersonal relationships, and active community leadership.
SUPPORT FOR SOLDIERS
- My Israel — The fundraising goal is to increase the vigilance and preparedness of Israeli civilians, and provide basic equipment to fast-response groups to bolster security in Israeli communities.
- The Association for the Israel’s Soldiers — The portal and sole avenue through which donations can be made directly to IDF soldiers and IDF units. It is also the leading organization conducting activities for the well-being of Israel’s soldiers.
- The Lone Soldier Center — Provides a “home away from home” for thousands of lone soldiers each year — new immigrants, foreign volunteers and Israeli born youth estranged from their families. It provides soldiers with vital programs before, during, and after their IDF service.
- Restoring Kibbutz Nir Oz — Kibbutz Nir Oz suffered a horrific massacre, with dozens of residents murdered, missing, or kidnapped to Gaza.
- Restoring Kibbutz Kfar Aza — A thriving community of 1,000 people — men, women, and children — was brutally decimated. Whole families were murdered in cold blood. Houses were turned into piles of ashes and dust, and the lives of the survivors turned upside down in one of the most deadly and brutal terrorist attacks in history. It is now time, in these difficult hours, to lend a hand and help the survivors with their immediate physical and spiritual needs and begin to rebuild the kibbutz.