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Jewish combatants Wall, a joint creation between the JNF and Ammunition Hill. long since exceeded all expectations, and has become an incredible landmark in the journey to passing along the core values and their implementation across the glob
Yesterday - today - tomorrow, sharing our core values
$1,800 – MOVIE TRANSLATIONS Help us translate the 110 documentaries created by the families to commemorate the soldiers who fought and fell in the Battle for Jerusalem during the Six-Day War. On the touch screens installed throughout the Hall, visitors are able to stand and watch as the history of these soldiers, of Israel, unfolds around them in a completely unique and magnificent way. It's time that our Commemoration Hall served its purpose in full, on an international scale; remembering not only the ninety seconds of death and destruction, but the countless years of life that came before.
Ammunition Hill Memorial Hall
$5,000—PLAQUE ON THE WALL OF HONOR Honor someone you love with a plaque on Ammunition Hill's Wall of Honor for Jewish combatants from around the world. With 500 plaques, the Wall of Honor is an ever-evolving tribute to the heroism and courage of soldiers, who throughout history, have served and protected the lives of others at a risk to their own. The plaques include the soldier’s name and country, branch, rank, and dates of service. The Wall of Honor brings together men and women from every walk of life, over and over again, with every visitor and each unveiling, to teach us about ourselves. To show us that we shouldn't wait for tragedy to strike, but that we should step forward and be the best versions of ourselves today, in this moment, because tomorrow remains unprecedented.
Ammunition Hill Wall of honor
$3,600 - ADOPT A LIBERATOR OF JERUSALEM This project matches up High School students from all across Israel (prioritizing the remote sections of the country such as the Galilei, Arava, Negev, Gaza Envelope, etc.), with veterans of the Battle for Jerusalem in the Six-Day War who live among them. These students will listen to their stories, hear their memories, and see their personal photos. Become living flames to carry on the first-hand accounts of such a pivotal point in Israel's history. Join them on visits to meaningful anchor points in their lives (childhood hometown, school, battlefield, etc.), and at the end of the year will create a creative closing project (ceremony, short film, essay, etc.) for their adopted Liberator that will become a token of thanks to the donor who became the bridge between two generations.