There are many ways to support Israel

There are several ways you can support Israel and its citizens in their time of need.

The Dallas Jewish Community Foundation has posted an Israel-focused list of nonprofit organizations on its website: This page features vetted organizations doing on-the-ground work. Those with donor-advised funds at DJCF can recommend grants directly through this page, or as always, they can make grants to any 501(c)(3) through their donor portal. Those without a DJCF fund can use the page to make credit-card donations. In this time of crisis, DJCF is committed to doing all it can to help the people of Israel.

Additional Options:

The Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas has opened a Dallas Israel Emergency Campaign. To make a donation visit www.jewishdallas/crisis.

The Jewish Federation of Fort Worth and Tarrant County is also running an Israel Emergency Campaign through JFNA. To make a donation visit

Israel Bonds have been a smart investment since 1951. Invest in Israel bonds to provide the nation with financial resources at its darkest hour. To buy an Israel bond visit

The Jewish National Fund-USA has launched the “Israel Resilience Campaign” to support the thousands of people being forced to flee and evacuate their homes in the shadow of war.  Click here to donate.

American Jewish Committee (AJC) launched an Israel Emergency Campaign to support Israeli relief organizations. One hundred percent of donations received will be distributed to frontline Israeli NGOs, including hospitals and trauma centers. AJC will ensure that every dollar given will help our Israeli family at this terrifying time. Click here to donate.

Ben-Gurion University’s Resilience Fund – Located in Israel’s South, the BGU community was disproportionally impacted by the terrorist attacks of Oct 7th. BGU is driving the humanitarian efforts to help those whose family members have been killed or kidnapped, student/staff reservists called up, providing emotional support, housing, childcare, and more. Click here to donate.

The Jewish Agency’s Fund for Victims of Terror is a first responder when terror strikes, providing immediate assistance to terror victims, arriving with checks within 24-48 hours of an attack, and following up with long term rehabilitative support. Click here to donate.

Friends of United Hatzalah is launching an emergency appeal to raise 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. Click here to donate.

The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) is working with our Israeli government, municipality, NGO partners, and networks to address increased need among those hardest hit in the face of this unprecedented crisis and will continue to assess emerging needs and deploy interventions to address them.  Click here to donate.

United Hatzalah of Israel, the volunteer based first responder organization has been on site in the South of Israel since Saturday morning providing emergency medical services to the police, the IDF and civilians.  They’re 7,000 volunteer trained medics will be all over the country as the emergency evolves.   Amy and Harlan Korenvaes of Dallas believe that saving lives is so critical that they will be matching up $500,000 to ensure the organization has all the supplies needed for emergency care. To donate, click here.

Friends of the IDF (FIDF) is providing a source of light to IDF soldiers, who are facing incredible dangers.  They are risking their lives and carrying the fate of the Israeli people on their shoulders. Consider a gift to FIDF and support these heroes now. Click here to donate.

Hadassah Hospital is treating victims from the war. Support is urgently needed to purchase medical supplies, essential equipment, and other indispensable devices for healing and saving the lives of some of Israel’s most severely injured victims. An anonymous donor has pledged to match donations dollar for dollar up to $1million. To donate to Hadassah, click here.

IsraAID provides global relief in disaster situations and long-term recovery support. Types: Latest research, Do good, Build skills. Build skills. Help others. Do good. Click here to donate.

Magan David Adom is running an urgent campaign to purchase bullet proof vests with helmets for Hatzala medics and emergency medical equipment. Click here to donate.

Barzilai Medical Center is a 600-bed district general hospital in Ashkelon, Israel opened in 1961. Click here to donate.

​Soroka University Medical Center of the Clalit group is one of the largest and leading hospitals in Israel and the only one in the Negev. A tertiary referral and level-1 trauma center with 1,173 hospital beds, Soroka provides medical services to the over one million residents of the Negev. Click here to donate.

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  1. Iris Fisherman

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