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    Aid Victims of Terror   

In the aftermath of traumatic events caused by acts of terrorism in Israel, many individuals and families are left grappling with emotional scars and the need for psychological support.

Our mission is to provide much-needed emotional relief and therapy to those affected.

Join our Healing Hearts Fundraising Campaign

By making a financial contribution, you can help us offer support to residents and children in Sderot, a city that has experienced significant trauma due to ongoing acts of terrorism.

 

Your generous gift will enable us to facilitate trauma-focused therapy sessions and equip parents and caregivers with the tools they need to provide support using experts and technology. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those impacted by these devastating events.


Every contribution counts, no matter the amount. By reaching out and showing your support, we can offer hope and healing to those who have endured so much. Thank you for joining us in this important endeavor.

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Supporting Trauma Victims of Terrorism

In an often unpredictable world, acts of terrorism can leave indelible psychological scars on individuals and families. A city that knows this all too well is Sderot, Israel, where residents have faced the traumatic aftermath of ongoing terrorism. It's a heartbreaking reality that calls for collective action, one that extends past borders and beliefs. It's in this spirit that we are launching "Healing Hearts: Aiding Trauma Victims of Terrorism in Israel." This initiative aims to provide emotional relief and therapy for those affected by these devastating events.

Impact of Terror on Mental Health

The effects of terrorism extend far beyond the immediate physical damage.

The mental and emotional trauma can persist for years, often manifesting as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions. For children, who are particularly vulnerable, these experiences can disrupt their sense of security and normal development.

Our Mission

As part of our commitment to provide support for the victims of terrorism, our Healing Hearts initiative aims to offer emotional relief and therapy to the residents and children of Sderot. By providing trauma-focused therapy sessions, we hope to help our beneficiaries navigate their emotional journey towards recovery. In addition, we aim to equip parents and caregivers with the tools they need to care for their loved ones during these challenging times.

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FAQ

What is the purpose of the "Healing Hearts: Aiding Trauma Victims of Terrorism in Israel" campaign?

Our campaign is aimed at raising funds to provide emotional relief and therapeutic support to the victims of terrorism in Israel, particularly residents and children in Sderot. The funds raised will go towards trauma-focused therapy sessions and resources to help parents and caregivers offer support.

 

How can I contribute to this cause?

You can contribute by making a financial donation on our dedicated landing page. Every contribution, regardless of the amount, helps us offer hope and healing to the victims of terrorism.


Where will my donation go?

Your donation will be used to facilitate trauma-focused therapy sessions and provide resources to parents and caregivers. These tools will enable them to better support their children and other family members who have been affected by acts of terrorism.


Is there a minimum amount I can donate?

No, there is no minimum amount for donations. We appreciate every contribution, no matter how small. Each donation brings us one step closer to providing needed emotional and therapeutic support.


Can I make a recurring donation?

Yes, you can choose to make a one-time donation or set up a recurring donation. Regular donations are especially helpful in providing consistent support to the victims of terrorism.

 

Is my donation tax-deductible?

Yes, all donations made to our campaign are tax-deductible. A confirmation email will be sent to you after your donation, which can be used for tax purposes.

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