War Refugees Trauma Recovery

Our unique multi-dimensional approach.

In Israel today, tens of thousands of families are displaced from their homes, due to Hamas missiles in the south and Hezbollah missiles in the north.
A significant percentage of these Jewish war refugees suffer upheaval and trauma. Children are especially vulnerable.
As leading childcare and youth specialists, Zion Orphanage is recognized by the Israeli Social Welfare Agency as a safe haven for young war refugees.

The situation is urgent.

Our dedicated team of social workers, therapists and teachers has been working around the clock to give displaced kids a safe and nurturing living environment – in our acclaimed “Mishpachtone” family units, and our newly-opened “Center” that provides emergency housing and 24/7 care for boys and girls ages 3-7.
Our multi-dimensional approach provides education, diverse therapies and top medical care – to help foster a resilient recovery for these tender Gaza War refugees.

Our Mission:

Facilitate the children’s transition from a place of trauma, to a place of stability, security and joy.

We cannot do this alone.

To enable these precious Jewish children to process and heal, we need your help.
Your support is not just a donation. It is a lifeline for these young refugees who yearn, amidst trauma and vulnerability, for peace of mind and the joys of childhood.

Together, we can ensure their bright future.
The Zion Orphanage is a registered seif 46 tax-deductible charity in Israel and a non-profit recognized as tax-exempt by the IRS under Section 501(c)(3). Donations are tax-deductible in the U.S., Canada, UK and Israel.

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