Expressions of gratitude from veterans and supporters a like
Dear Jared, when I heard that you donated your Bar Mitzvah money for the benefit of my studies, they tricked me to tears, what a child you are, what education you received, what an amazing family you are and how strong we are, how we are a nation that knows how to care for each other.
Dear +++++ Foundation
One month after my wedding, I was severely wounded in the legs and the back during training of the Israel Ministry of Defense. Because of this injury I was denied the ability to continue work and earning a salary so I had to study a new profession that suites my current limitations and disability.
Speech for ZDVO Tefillah
As most of you know I recently celebrated my Bar Mitzvah. Many of us celebrating our barmitzvah are involved the Matanah project – where we choose to donate money from our bar mitzvah presents to a charity that is important to us. I chose ZDVO for my matanah.
Barak Nedveski’s, representative of ZDVO’s scholarship recipients 2013
I served in the Military at the Naval Computer Center, on a base located in Ramat Gan. I’m sure you are all wondering how a soldier, who served in Ramat Gan, ends up as a disabled veteran. It’s simple. One morning, 18 years ago, luck was not on my side as I ascended a bus in Ramat Gan which was exploded just 5 minutes later by a suicide bomber.