In the Media

Israel Hayom
Elyssa Frank speaks about the Otzma Camp with Shlomi Nahumson, director of youth programs for the IDF Widows and Orphans Organization and Ori Greenberg, whose father fell in Operation Protective Edge.
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The Jerusalem Post
The IDF Widows and Orphans Organization was established in 1991 with the aim of protecting and promoting the rights of IDF widows and orphans.Read more >>
The New Jersey Jewish Standard
Malka Schnaidman of Teaneck was supposed to begin college at NYU this year.
Instead, she is in Israel as a National Service (Sherut Leumi) volunteer. She is working in resource development for the IDF Widows and Orphans Organization, which offers a range of services for some 5,000 widows and 3,000 orphans of fallen soldiers.
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The Five Towns Jewish Times
They are too easily pushed off center stage and out of our consciousness. We commiserate and empathize with their situations, but all too soon—sometimes just a few days later—their plight seems less pressing and sometimes we even forget about them, unfortunately.Read more >>
     
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