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    Set of 18 (Chai)  Passover Gifts for  Lone IDF Soldier

Set of 18 (Chai) Passover Gifts for Lone IDF Soldier

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Passover Night is a time to be with your family.Lone soldiers are miles away from their families. Make a difference, warm their hearts.Send a Passover gift to a lone soldier. The gift will be given to 400 soldiers who will not be celebrating the holiday with their families.

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Passover Night is a time to be with your family.

Lone soldiers are miles away from their families. Make a difference, warm their hearts.

Send a Passover gift to a lone soldier. The gift will be given to 400 soldiers who will not be celebrating the holiday with their families.

Passover Seder Night is organized by Friends of the IDF Association.

The Gift:

 

140 lone women soldiers will receive :

Gift Pack containing:

Protective Hand Cream

Foot Repair Cream

Power Body Moisturizer

Natural Sea Beauty - Body Care Set

240 lone men soldier will receive:

Special Shower case for men

Deodorant

Shower Gel for men

Pack of 10 razor blades

 

A Very Special Seder Night

On the evening of the Passover Seder, the AWIS will hold a central dinner for 400 lone soldiers. The soldiers will stay in the Givat Olga Rest and Recreation Center where they will enjoy the Seder, accommodation and entertainment.

We would like to offer these soldiers a modest gift. As someone who holds the IDF soldiers dear, I am sure you can assist us in making them feel that the Jewish people in Israel and abroad acknowledge and appreciate their commitment to the security of the State of Israel

Who are the Lone Soldiers?

Non-native Israelis who show their support by joining the IDF. These men and women leave their homes, go through basic training in the Israeli Defense Force and are then forwarded to their army units. They stay in Israel for the entire army service far from their families. Holidays are the most difficult times for these lone soldiers. When most of the soldiers go home to celebrate the Jewish holidays, they stay behind.