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Each year around 600 children in Israel are in emergency care due to the harshest forms of neglect, abuse, violence, or other traumatic circumstances.

This Rosh Hashanah, JNF UK is raising vital funds to update the Emergency Centre facilities at Neradim Village in Arad, southern Israel, that are currently old and unfit for purpose.

Your support will enable Neradim to provide the essential life-changing services that children in emergency care so desperately need, giving them hope for a brighter future.

The Emergency Centre located within Neradim Village is an immediate-care, secure unit for children 3-13 years old who arrive at short notice having been removed from their homes as a matter of urgency.

The hardships endured by these children are of the harshest possible nature, and as such require the most empathetic and consistent care available. 

Currently, the Emergency Centre facilities are housed in a temporary old building that is not fit for purpose.

Your donation will help us to build treatment rooms, add classrooms, a computer room, a relaxation room and create an outside play area – all vital as the children, due to their situation, are unable to leave the campus or mix with other children in the main village.

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Yael and Yaffa, Neradim Village 2022

Every child deserves the warmth of a loving family, the comfort of a safe welcoming environment and devoted care to ensure a bright future.

Without adequate facilities, Neradim can’t give the children all they need to thrive.

Whatever you can give will make a real difference.

Please donate below or call 020 8732 6100.