GIFT | Donation to our soldiers
GIFT | Donation to our soldiers
GIFT | Donation to our soldiers
GIFT | Donation to our soldiers
GIFT | Donation to our soldiers
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GIFT | Donation to our soldiers
GIFT | Donation to our soldiers

GIFT | Donation to our soldiers


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Description of GIFT | Donation to our soldiers

:Help us pamper our soldiers 


Due to the situation, we decided to start a project - our goal is that every soldier will eventually receive this necklace with the verse from the priest's blessing and a personalized note that you can write and send to us.

(For those who don't know the priest's blessing, see below👇)

 

?How It Works

We receive the note with the greeting you wrote to us in the comments box (on the next page of the purchase page), after which we will nicely pack the necklace together with the note with your words and travel to the bases and outposts to give the special .necklace for the soldiers


:important information

You will receive a special video from us from the moment the soldier receives the necklace and reads what you wrote to him

Your contribution to both the association and the soldiers is working and it is important to us that you see how successful you were.

(The chain is made of stainless steel)

We do not send to specific soldiers because it is forbidden to share troop locations in the field, if you want the chain to reach a specific soldier we can send it to your home.

We are here, the support team, available for anything by phone: 054-202-1843


:The blessing of the priests

According to the accepted custom, the ancestors
(and according to some communities, the mothers too)
He will bless the children on Shabbat and Yom Kippur nights
with the verses of Berkat Kohanim.
In some communities, the custom of blessing their sons in the style of the Cohen ?blessing, before they go on a long journey or a dangerous activity, has taken root.