Monthly Archive: June 2014

Hope and Courage: It’s the Lev Lalev Way

Today my wife Juliette and I are celebrating our fortieth anniversary together (not bad for two people who are just 39 years old). In discussing our earliest years together, I told my wife this morning that I appreciate very much that she has always stood by me and given me the courage to succeed. She …

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Around the World: Seeking volunteers to assist our Orphans

At Lev Lalev Children’s Home and Orphanage in Israel we subscribe to the principal that fundraising should be FUN raising. Once when I worked in Houston Texas I was treated to a fundraising dinner with the NAACP in which BB King was the featured entertainer. I asked my friend Alan Rudy why he had invited …

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Near the Coast Line in Netanya

Summer is a time of transition and growth. As we begin summer in the scorching heat on the Netanya shoreline, we continue to provide for our precious girls at the Lev Lalev Orphanage and Children’s Home in Israel. It is important for us to continue to provide for the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of …

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Gilad, Naftali, and Eyal

  We at Lev Lalev Orphanage and Children’s Home in Netanya, Israel appreciate the many warm wishes and prayers we have received over the past two weeks from our Lev Lalev family and friends . It has been an extraordinary time of Achdus (togetherness) in support of Gilad, Naftali and Eyal, the three boys kidnapped …

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