In Israel, Memorial Day isn’t only for soldiers.

When Israel is under constant attack, Israeli children are at the front line of great suffering.
You can heal their painful wounds.

On Yom Hazikaron, Israel’s Memorial Day, our duty is to remember.

On this day, we memorialize the fallen, both soldiers and citizens, that dreamt and fought to live in the Land of Israel in peace.  

That’s because the Jewish State realizes that both soldiers killed in battle and the civilians killed by terrorists are casualties of the same war–a war for Israel’s very existence.

Growing up in Israel’s Biblical heartland, Israeli children face terrorist attacks in the most vulnerable places. Left with what seems to be irreversible damage, these children look to the Heavens, begging to find a way to heal their wounds. 

On Yom Hazikaron, we don’t only commemorate those who died in Israel’s past; we take care of rebuilding Israel’s future.

Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund offers four life-changing therapy programs tailored to every child’s needs. 

Drama Therapy

With the help of different props and puppets, the terror-stricken children express their feelings about their traumatic experience, with the medium making it easier for them to share what’s really going on inside.

Music Therapy

As their traumatic stories keep them speechless, the beauty of music and its movements provides the kids with the words that help them understand what happened, what’s hurting, how they feel, and how to recover.

Art Therapy

By picking up a crayon and drawing a picture or by using paints and other tools, the child and therapist have a vehicle through which to discuss in depth the emotions presented in the art, allowing the child to indirectly address his inner feelings and fears.

Animal Therapy

Invites the children to enter a warm space where they rebuild their confidence, gain leadership skills and responsibility through dog training, horseback riding, and participating in our center’s petting zoo. 

Our Horse Farm in Givat Harel that was established after the murder of 18 year old Harel Bin Nun in a terrorist ambush. 

Sadly, thousands of Israeli families cannot afford the life-changing help their children desperately need to heal from their past traumas.

Give Israeli children affected by terror the life-changing
therapies they need to live happy, healthy, and
productive lives.

With your help, you can rebuild shattered lives.

Donate this Yom Hazikaron and help give Israeli children affected by terror the love, care, and future they deserve.