While the anniversary of an attack is tremendously difficult, times of celebration such as weddings, birthdays, holidays, graduations, and Bar Mitzvahs are even more difficult.

Instead of being purely joyous occasions, they act as reminders of the transformations caused by injury, trauma, and bereavement.

We offer a variety of ways to lighten the heavy hearts of victims throughout the holiday seasons.

 For many families, living with terror means struggling financially all year – living without enough to eat- especially during holidays.

Your donation to a family of terror victims can help relieve the cycle of poverty set into motion by an attack and thus, brighten their New Year.

 The power of Purim is exemplified by the unity of the Jewish People throughout the Purim story and the subsequent reversal of tragedy into triumph. On this special holiday it is customary to send Mishloach Manot and gifts to the poor in order to demonstrate that unity. Your donation for Mishloach Manot, matanot l’evyonim (gifts for the poor), and Purim cards, you will help spread the joy of this special holiday throughout the homes of Israel’s terror victims.

The story of the Jewish People is the story of Jewish survival. Let us dedicate this seder to the thirty men and women, young and old, who were brutally murdered during their seder at the Park Hotel in Netanya on March 27th, 2002. Let us never forget all of those whose lives were taken—from our days in Egypt until today—only because they were Jewish. May their memories be a blessing as we carry their torches forward.Your contribution will buy food vouchers and care packages for families who are struggling to put food on the table.