In an act of extreme benevolence and incomparable leadership, legendary human rights activist and 2020 Genesis Prize Laureate Natan Sharansky
Eran Almog, the son of Doron and Didi Almog, was one of the first residents of the “ALEH Negev” rehabilitation village, and lived in the village for one wonderful year until 2007, when he died prematurely at the age of 23….
ADI (Formally ALEH Jerusalem / ALEH Negev Nahalat-Eran) has grown into a global community founded on the principles of sensitivity, inclusion, commitment and kindness. Join us in making a real difference in the lives of Israel’s most vulnerable citizens – children, adolescents and adults with severe disabilities and complex medical conditions.
“The strength of society’s chain will forever be measured by its weakest link. Our ability to become better people and an exemplary society is dependent upon our commitment and our efforts to strengthening that chain.
Our dedication and actions on behalf of the most vulnerable among us constitute the crowning jewel of society.”
“At ADI , we believe that every individual has the right to live a happy, dignified, and meaningful life. This philosophy guides us as we develop and implement all programming and events at ADI, and every activity is professionally evaluated to ensure their growth.”
Items in the ADI Boutique are handcrafted or designed by the children and young adults at ADI.
ADI has grown into a global community founded on the principles of sensitivity, inclusion, commitment and kindness. Building a better and more caring world, ADI is making a real difference in the lives of Israeli children with complex intellectual and developmental disabilities.