THE IDF’S GREATEST NEED NOW
The soldiers of the IDF risk their lives day and night to maintain Israel’s security. While they are on the frontlines, FIDF strengthens their wellbeing by responding to their most urgent needs
Support the priorities set directly by the IDF:
Bring them a feeling of warmth and community through housing, shabbat meals, flights home, a 24/7 call center, and more.
Provide financial relief to IDF soldiers whose families are in economic difficulty, gifting them with peace of mind so they can fully dedicate themselves to defending Israel.
Give at-risk teens a second chance through Project Overcome; soldiers without 12 years of education their high school diploma through Formal Education; or scholarships for higher education through IMPACT!
Give now to show your support and encourage others to do the same. Follow FIDF via email and social media to remain in close contact with FIDF and bolster Israel’s courageous soldiers.
A monthly gift does even more to help Israel’s brave soldiers!
IDF soldiers successfully thwarted 2,500 terrorist attacks in 2020.
courageous soldiers bolstered by FIDF
The economic impact COVID-19 caused 263% more soldiers to request financial aid in 2020.
in-need soldiers aided by FIDF’s financial support
The IDF upholds a jewish moral code under a global microscope
soldiers’ identities and sense of purpose fortified by FIDF spiritual needs programming
Today’s soldiers create tomorrow’s Israel.
soldiers empowered by FIDF educational programs
Lone Soldiers have no family in Israel to care for them during their service.
Lone Soldiers from 70 countries cared for by the FIDF Family
“In a critical situation like this one, I couldn’t let fear take over. My training just kicked in…I believe that if I hadn’t acted at that moment, he would not be with us today.”
Hilla trained in an FIDF-donated medical center.
“I became a law student to represent the voiceless. That used to be me.”
Moshe benefited from FIDF’s Project Overcome for in-need soldiers and went on to receive an IMPACT! Scholarship for his law studies.
“I tried to call Danni again and again, but he didn’t answer. As I hung up, I heard the knock on my door, and I knew.”
Sarit and her son are supported through FIDF’s Bereaved Families program.
To offer educational, cultural, recreational, and social service programs and facilities that provide hope, purpose, and life-changing support for the soldiers who protect Israel and Jews worldwide.
The Friends of the Israel Defense Forces is the sole organization authorized to collect charitable donations on behalf of the soldiers of the Israel Defense Forces across the United States of America, as designated by Lt. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot, IDF Chief of the General Staff in March 2017 and by Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi, IDF Chief of the General Staff in February 2019 and April 2021. FIDF has consistently received the highest ratings for accountability and transparency from two of the leading independent charity evaluators: Charity Navigator and Charity Watch, receiving the highest 4-star rating from Charity Navigator for the 11th year in a row now—a feat accomplished by only 2% of charities in America, and Charity Watch has bestowed FIDF with their “Top-Rated” seal.