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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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Mazel Tov! Her success is your success. Esther came to Lev Lalev when she was only nine years old, after her mother died of an opiate overdose. You just cannot imagine how hard it was for her to adjust; her first few years at the Home were extremely difficult. Fast forward twelve years. Recently Esther was accepted into medical school and will soon begin her studies in Italy. What an amazing and wonderful turnaround and achievement. Working together we can change the world one orphaned girl at a time.

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Thankful for all our Blessings
21 November 2017

As we approach Thanksgiving we are thankful for our families and all the good we have in our lives. Let’s also remember those less fortunate throughout the world, including our Israeli girls at the Lev Lalev Orphanage. As one example Sarah came to Lev Lalev as a sad and sickly 8 – year-old. She was …

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Tomorrow not Today
17 November 2017

In this weeks parsha we read about the behavior and mindset of Yitzchaks twin sons Eisav and Yaakov. Specifically, it says “Pour me some of that red stuff for I am exhausted”. Yaakov replies “Sell your birthright to me” and Eisav then says “I have no use for the birthright because I am going to …

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Some Questions We Can’t Answer
6 November 2017

My eighty-eight-year-old mother in law is a Holocaust survivor. She was placed in a convent just outside of Brussels with about a dozen other young Jewish girls who were interspersed with more than a hundred Belgium war orphans. Yesterday she was puzzled, excited, nervous, and horrified in response to the killing in a church in …

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