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For our 7th annual event, the Little Champions Foundation will be donating all proceeds to Aleh, an organization that has changed the face of rehabilitative care for severely disabled children in Israel. Today, over 1,000 children with complex disabilities receive state-of-the-art medical, educational and rehabilitative care in Aleh’s facilities. In addition, Aleh provides thousands of outpatient treatments annually. Without Aleh, many of these children would be forced to spend their lives in hospitals, with no opportunities for rehabilitation, education, and the love and warmth of a home. Thanks to Aleh, these children are able to realize their potential and live in much the same way as non-disabled children do.
Yad Eliezer's Feed-A-Baby Program
Yad Eliezer's mandate is to help families cope with financial difficulties and empower them to break the cycle of poverty and achieve self-sufficiency. Yad Eliezer’s Keren Eliyahu V'Esther Feed-A-Baby Program feeds hungry infants in their first 1-15 months, providing each one with specially selected formula containing the vital nutrition they need now- at this crucial, early stage. This prevents serious malnutrition-related issues down the line and improves their chances of a better future.
Located in Pardes Hana, Israel, Neve Michael is a safe haven for Israeli children-at-risk whose dysfunctional parents' violent tendencies, mental disorders and drug and alcohol addictions are not conducive to a healthy household environment. Neve Michael provides food and shelter, education, therapy and a warm and caring environment for over 250 needy children from the age of 4 to 18.
In 2016, we raised money to help build an amazing bunk at Camp Simcha. This was done in memory of Daniella Moffson z”l, an absolute angel who cared for so many beautiful organizations, including Camp Simcha where she was a counselor.
Camp Simcha is a summer program that gives roughly 500 children with cancer or other blood disorders everything they could dream of, making every summer the "summer of their life."
For more information on Camp Simcha, please watch the videos below, or visitcampsimcha.org.
Based in Israel, Lev Lalev is an all girls orphanage that provides 105 girls, from the ages of 8-18, with a home, clothing, food, schooling, therapy, activities, and the warmth of a family. As orphans, these young girls have either lost their parents, been abandoned, or escaped horrible living conditions at home. Majority of them will not be adopted, so it is our privilege to be able to help them live the fullest lives they can, despite their hardships.
LCF is working to raise a substantial enough amount of money to fund the amazing programs that Lev Lalev offers to these girls. Our money will go towards funding therapy sessions for the entire year, as well as supporting their summer camp programs. Both the therapy and summer programs lift these girls spirits when they most need it.
The leader of the Lev Lalev Fund responded to our offer by saying "your generous support will make a vital difference in the lives of our girls." We are more motivated than ever to make this years event a complete success so that we can truly help these girls!
Shalva is a wonderful organization, based in Israel, which provides services to more than 500 infants, children, adolescents and young adults with special needs. Shalva is changing the lives of thousands of children and their families, every day.
LCF is working to sponsor as many summer camp scholarships as possible in order to help Shalva give these children and their families the summer of their dreams. Please join us in helping Shalva, by attending our event, where we will be celebrating the beauty of their organization.
Watch the inspiring video below to learn more about what Shalva does!
For more information, please visit: shalva.org
Watch this short video to learn more about what Kids Kicking Cancer does!
"Kids Kicking Cancer (KKC) is a national non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides pain management, empowerment and end-of-life care to children and families facing chronic and acute life-threatening illness. Through an innovative approach that merges modern integrative medicine with traditional martial arts, KKC addresses the overwhelming needs of children and families in crisis, empowering them physically, spiritually and emotionally. Founded in Michigan in 1999, KKC currently services children with a variety of challenges, including cancer & sickle cell disease in Michigan, New York, California and Florida. Internationally, KKC services children in Italy, Israel, and Canada."
For more information, visit: kidskickingcancer.org