107 Times, Shana Tova

Todah Rabah, thanks so much for all you do for the over one hundred orphaned and disadvantaged girls at the Lev Lalev Children’s Home in Netanya, Israel. In the merit of your kindness, friendship, and concern may you and your entire family be inscribed in the Book of Life for a bountiful, beautiful, and blessed …

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Annie

Here are three wonderful gestures from our Lev Lalev family; “the next generation of friends and supporters”. We received the following letter yesterday. Dear Lev Lalev, This past summer in our day camp in the Mountains twenty eight girls preformed the musical Annie. Annie is the story of a young orphaned girl with lots of …

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Helping Ronit

Each year right after the summer, Israel’s Ministry of Social Welfare asks us to take in new girls into our Home. Some of these girls are literally orphans and others come from very dysfunctional or violent homes. This year we have just rescued six new girls. I would like to share with you the story …

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All we are saying is give peace a chance

“Lo Yisa Goy El Goy Cherev Lo Yil Milmadu Od Milchama”: Nation shall not lift up sword against Nation- neither shall they learn war anymore. We pray that the upcoming year 5775 be peace, serenity, and loving kindness, even among those with different belief systems. These dates reflect some of the most horrendous and destructive …

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Grandparents Day-A well kept secret

Yesterday- September 7th was Grandparents Day in the United States. Not well known here or in the more than the dozen other places that observe it, it is intended to thank grandparents for showing their grandchildren the proper way. Jonny Prill of Chula Vista, California wrote the official song for Grandparents Day called: “A song …

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From Ashes to Rebirth

Erev Shabbos 10 Elul Friday, September 5 Seventy- five years ago this week, Germany (and the Soviet Union) invaded Poland. This marked the beginning of World War Two. Over 10 million civilians and a similar number of soldiers, died during the six years of the war, making it the most deadly war in history. The …

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Mr. Perez?

Our donors to Lev Lalev Orphanage are so much more then contributors. They are our friends and what they do makes a tremendous difference to the lives of Israel’s orphaned and disadvantaged girls. This week (like many weeks) we received notes and blessings which were included in the donations. Here are a few: Dear Mr. …

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Looking Forward to a Sweet New Year

Rosh Hashanah is a little more than four weeks away. Many of our friends have purchased Rosh Hashanah cards from Lev Lalev in the past, and we thank you! We are pleased to offer these cards, once again this year. => www.levlalevcards.com <= Your purchase will: • Support Lev Lalev Orphanage in Netanya. • Recognize …

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I LOSE, THEY WIN

Yesterday morning I was seriously thinking that I needed to begin a very strict and controlled diet to lose a significant amount of weight. My wish is to lose over one hundred pounds, run again in a half or full marathon, and raise much needed fund for the girls at the Lev Lalev Orphanage and …

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YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

                                                                                                                     Ten Ways to help our Lev Lalev Israeli orphaned girls “24/7”  Share our email updates, with your friends, family, and neighborsHelp to sponsor an orphaned girl’s Bat Mitzvah and put a smile on her face  Visit our e- store online; to purchase items including holiday cards  Host an educational parlor meeting …

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