JNF Work in Disabilities: Special in Uniform
Special in Uniform
As the Coronavirus the volunteers soldiers of Special in Uniform IDF Home Front Command has been assisting the national effort to contain the spread of the virus in the country by packed and replenished testing and emergency kits. The soldiers’ previous experience preparing emergency and crisis kits made them priority workers for the job! Special in Uniform’s soldiers demonstrated their capacities and exemplary dedication with their conscientious, patient and persistent approach to a job that requires long hours of repetitive work.
Please help me support the heroes of Israel by making a contribution to my fundraiser page and sharing this page with your family and friends. With your support and involvement we will continue to stand together as a community, providing care and support, for them and each other.
Together, we will continue to exhibit the Jewish traits of resilience, unity, and hope, proving once again, that community is a function of resolve, not proximity!
$1,800 – CLASS FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED
Support a class to teach sign language to soldiers and commanders to eliminate the barriers of hearing loss.
$2,500 – INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS TRAINING PER SOLDIER Training includes skills in daily life, safety, and well-being, self-advocacy/self-determination, communication, and household management.
$3,600 – SOLDIER & CANINE TRAINING PROGRAM
This 8-month program helps develop the correct attitude and ability with which to treat dogs for service in the IDF and Border Patrol: directing a dog, operating dog kennels: cleaning, feeding, and basic dog training.
$5,000 – ADOPT A SOLDIER
At the core of Special in Uniform’s success is the warm, personal relationship that develops between the staff and the soldiers with special needs. Forge a special relationship of your own by “adopting” one of Special in Uniform’s soldiers and sponsoring their needs for one year that will help him or her grow and develop
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Christians and Jews United for Israel honors the memory of Robert T. Abrams, passionate Zionist and loyal friend and supporter of CJUI
Thank you to Lieutenant Colonel Tiran Attia for his wonderful talk about the Special in Uniform Program and the young people who participate. Dr. Greenberg & I are giving this donation in honor of all of those who have sent us birthday greetings over the last month. (Joel's is Dec. 11 and mine Jan. 3)
I would like to sponsor a class for the hearing impaired.
Be safe, be strong
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Good Luck! Wish I could give more at this time. Eva