love, warmth & support

Since 1961, the Lev LaLev Israel Orphanage has provided orphaned and disadvantaged girls with a safe, warm, and loving Home. We provide these girls with all of their essential needs for the Holidays and throughout the year.

The Lev Lalev Israel Charity Fund does much more than just give our girls food and shelter. We also help them through individualized therapy, mentoring, and tutoring. We are there for all of their life cycle events: their Bat Mitzvahs, graduations, and weddings.

Tikvah means hope. By giving Tzedekah-Jewish Charity, we give hope to an entire generation of orphaned and disadvantaged children in Israel. You can make the critical difference in their lives and help each of our girls reach her highest potential.

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“After sponsoring 3 children in Asia, it has been such a great privilege to support Hannah at Lev LaLev. Hannah and her sister needed much rehabilitation therapy after arriving at Lev LaLev. When we see Hannah’s pictures and the way she is thriving now, indeed our hearts are filled with thanksgiving and gratitude. Chavi Weiss has been wonderful in being the bridge and keeping us updated on Hannah’s progress. We wish we can meet Hannah and Chavi and the great team at Lev LaLev someday. Until then, we’re proud to stand with Israel”

Bertie E., Canada

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Chanukah at Lev LaLev!

16 February 2017

While Valentine‚Äôs Day is not ostensibly a Jewish holiday, its message is universal. At Lev Lalev we give our girls unconditional love as we build back the self-esteem that they have lost. In therapy they are taught to care, love, and feel positive about themselves despite whatever trauma they may have experienced in the past. …

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Lev Lalev Orphanage – From Hopeless to Success & Growth
13 February 2017

This past Shabbat we celebrated the New Year for trees- Tu B’shvat. Why do we celebrate the holiday of trees in the middle of the winter? Shouldn’t we observe the holiday when trees begin to blossom? The answer which we find in the Mishnah is profound. This is the time of the year when the …

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