Best Children’s Jewish Charity

FOR BUILDING FUTURE GENERATIONS. Lev LaLev is one of the Best Children’s Jewish Charities in Israel.

Since 1961, the Lev Lalev Israel Orphanage has provided orphaned and disadvantaged girls with a safe, warm, and loving Home. Due to your giving Jewish Charity we can provide these girls with all of their essential needs for the Holidays and also throughout the year.

The Lev Lalev Jewish Charity Fund does much more than just give our girls food and shelter. In addition, 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. Certainly, by giving Jewish Charity, we give hope to an entire generation of orphaned and disadvantaged Jewish children in desperate need, because they are our future.

Sponsor an orphaned girl and give her a brighter future!

Todah– thank you.


First of all, Let me share with you a story about one of our girls. Sara and her mother went shopping in the marketplace in Sderot, Israel. While they were there, a homemade rocket fired from Gaza exploded. Because of the fire, Sara’s mother died instantly right in front of her eyes!

Miraculously Sara was only lightly wounded. Due to the loss, her father fell into a deep depression, and as a result had to be institutionalized. At the age of 9 Sara had no home, no family, and no place to live…Finally, we learned of her wretched situation and immediately brought her to the home which is today her HOME.

For over 50 years we have been there for Israel’s orphaned girls. Please help Sara and the other orphaned and disadvantaged girls of Israel by giving Jewish Charity now.

In conclusion, your help and support will make a tremendous difference in Sara’s life, and the lives of over 100 orphaned and disadvantaged girls in Israel. Above all, join the Lev LaLev Family today and support one of the best children’s Jewish Charity in Israel!

When they have nowhere to turn, who will be there for them?