Distanced but not Disconnected

Distanced but not Disconnected

Distanced but not Disconnected

Volunteers have always been an integral and beloved part of ADI Jerusalem, taking upon themselves numerous duties and responsibilities that enhance the lives of ADI residents.

COVID-19, the pandemic that flipped the norm in so many areas, has taken a toll on ADI’s volunteer activity as well. In keeping with ADI Jerusalem’s strict policy of prevention to safeguard our immunocompromised residents and minimize any chance of infection, volunteer activity was sadly put to a standstill.

Distanced but not disconnected, volunteers and residents keep in touch using all means of technology at their disposal – Skype, WhatsApp, Zoom and more.

Impatiently waiting for the day when our beloved volunteers can return, ADI Jerusalem sent out small tokens of appreciation – individual containers of Alco-Gel embedded with the ADI logo followed by the by-line “Loving you from afar!”

To our dear volunteers – we miss you! We’re counting the days until you can return!

We need your support!

By donating to ADI Israel, YOU will help us meet our goal to enable each child, regardless of the severity of disability.

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