British Friends of ADI Israel

British Friends of ADI Israel is dedicated to empowering the most vulnerable members of Israeli society and advocating for disability inclusion, equity and access in Israel, the UK and beyond.

Ability.

Diversity.

Inclusion.

News from ADI UK

Londoner raises nearly £2,000 for ALEH after walking 36 miles

In June, Rabbi Mendel Kalmenson, Rabbi of Beit Baruch and Director of Chabad of Belgravia, arranged an inspiring Zoom lecture for his congregants with Israeli war hero and disability inclusion icon Major General (Res.) Doron Almog about ALEH Negev-Nahalat Eran, the ALEH network’s residential and rehabilitative village in Israel’s south,

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Meet Doron Almog

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….

💕 LEADING FROM LOVE 💕

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The ADI UK community is guided by 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.

Our Leadership

Doron Almog Major General (Res.)

Founder and Chairman

“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.”

Liron Rosiner Reshef

Director of Development, United Kingdom

“We at ADI in the UK , are proud to support ADI’s lifesaving mission and revolutionary work. Through ADI’s empowering approach to look for its resident’s ABILITIES within their DISABILITES, ADI is transforming the lives of the most vulnerable amongst us. ADI also leads the charge for acceptance and inclusion of people with disabilities through its ‘Tikkun Olam’ programmes around the world. It is so heart-warming to see people from the UK reach out from afar and go above and beyond to support our ADI residents. These acts of extreme kindness help us all stay connected through celebrating diversity and honouring the gifts and strengths that we each possess.”

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Shlomit Grayevsky

Director, ADI Jerusalem

“ADI is a home. A home full of loving care from infancy and childhood through adulthood, ensuring that residents with multiple disabilities and complex medical issues receive the medical and rehabilitative care and educational, vocational and social opportunities they need to reach their fullest potentials.”

Avi Wortzman

Director, ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran

“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.”

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