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Since Hamas attacked Israel on October 7, 2023, more than 1,300 Israelis have been killed, with thousands more injured and 244 abducted into Gaza and held hostage (129 remain captive). This brutal war on Israel is unlike anything we have known before in terms of the level of devastation and the sheer number of victims—and now more than ever, Israel needs your support.
The Jewish Agency’s Fund for Victims of Terror has been providing immediate, critical financial aid to victims and their families. We have already disbursed hundreds of grants, arriving with checks within 24-48 hours, and anticipate distributing more, while also following up with long-term overall recovery and rehabilitative assistance.
Our efforts rely on the generosity of The Jewish Federations of North America / United Israel Appeal, Keren Hayesod, foundations and donors worldwide, and people like you.
Please donate today.
Israel at War: Our Efforts to Help Victims Since October 7, The Jewish Agency has been assisting Israelis through our Fund for Victims of Terror, providing vital financial aid and long-term rehabilitative support to survivors and the families of those murdered, kidnapped and missing.
Guy’s leg was badly injured when Hamas terrorists threw a grenade into the shelter he was hiding in at the Nova Music Festival. Now he and his family are receiving support from The Jewish Agency’s Fund for Victims of Terror.
Through The Jewish Agency’s Fund for Victims of Terror, Sela, who survived being shot four times by Hamas terrorists at the Nova Music Festival, is getting financial and emotional support as he recovers.
Tamar was shot in the stomach by Hamas and her boyfriend was killed as they took shelter in a kibbutz apartment after escaping the Nova Music Festival massacre. Now, she is receiving support from The Jewish Agency's Fund for Victims of Terror as she recovers.
Ilay, Matan, and Addir attended the Nova Music Festival with friends. Without weapons, they bravely and fatally fought off Hamas terrorists to save others. Now their families are receiving support from the Fund for Victims of Terror.