Help ADI Heal Israel’s Wounded Soldiers & Civilians!

Physiotherapy room with people in treatments חדר פיזיותרפיה עם אנשים בטיפול

As Israel’s war against Hamas terrorists, enters its next phase, ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran – located just 12 miles (20 km) from the Gaza border – needs your support more than ever!

In addition to providing our 170 residents with severe multiple disabilities and 70 rehabilitation patients with the best possible care from the safety of the village’s many reinforced rooms and protected spaces, the Kaylie Rehabilitation Medical Center at ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran – the first and ONLY rehabilitation hospital Israel’s south – is opening a brand new ward to receive wounded IDF soldiers and civilians from the surrounding towns and villages.

The rehabilitation hospital will assist with the national effort by providing all-inclusive medical, rehabilitative and emotional support for dozens of war-wounded patients.

At the same time, ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran must immediately upgrade its security systems and establish an armed and highly trained Tactical Emergency Unit to ensure the safety of the more than 700 people who currently live and work at the village every day.

Our URGENT NEEDS include:

    • Medical and Rehabilitative Equipment for New Hospital Ward: $650,000 – Equipping and furnishing a brand new ward to accept dozens of severely injured IDF soldiers and civilians
    • Security System Upgrades: $500,000 – Reinforced doors and windows, additional security cameras and enhanced alarm systems
    • Tactical Emergency Unit: $100,000 – Establishing, equipping and maintaining a high alert emergency unit on ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran premises
    • Professional Staffing Needs: $100,000 (per week) – Private transportation, housing, food, incentives and childcare provisions

PLEASE DONATE NOW to help ADI heal Israel’s wounded and keep its most vulnerable citizens safe and secure!

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.