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Evacuated Families and Children

In the aftermath of the October 7th massacre, thousands of families and individuals were urgently evacuated from the war-torn area. They were relocated to various locations across Israel, providing them with a safe place during these trying times. Many of these individuals experienced the loss of family members and friends. Some are grieving for those who lost their life, and others ache for their dear ones who have been taken captive in Gaza. All of them left their homes carrying broken hearts and wearing only the clothes they wore.
The Shiloni Project aids several of these evacuated communities in the Jerusalem and Tel Aviv areas. We ensure direct personal contact, aiming to grasp their needs and provide a bit of relief during this time. Though the requests we receive may be modest in size, they carry a deep emotional significance. For example, a young woman with a disability who dreams of visiting the Western Wall after losing her father in the attack, a teenager yearning for a musical instrument to rekindle her passion for playing, men and women in need for basic items like underwear or vital medicines, and newborns who lack the essentials required for a warm welcome into this world.
We ensure that these packages are thoughtfully wrapped and personally delivered, hoping to bring a little smile to those who need it most. In these little personal gestures, we hope to be there for these communities as they take the first steps toward restoring their faith in humanity.

Support the Levy Family

On October 6, 2023 Or Levy and his wife Eynav decided to skip the beginning of the Nova Music Festival so they could spend an extra night with their 2.5 year old son, Almog. They woke up early the next morning and drove south, arriving at Kibbutz Re'im minutes before Hamas infiltrated the site. Or and Eynav quickly turned their car around and sought refuge at a nearby bomb shelter. They believed they were safe. Only ten minutes passed before Hamas terrorists entered their shelter, brutally murdering Eynav and kidnapping Or.

Suddenly Almog was left without a mother and with a father who has now been missing for over 150 days. Almog is staying with both sets of grandparents and he has continuously been asking for his mom and dad.

Supporting our Soldiers

With our enduring motto of prioritizing individual needs, we seek out the unique stories of soldiers who lack something irreplaceable. It could be a specific piece of equipment, orthopedic shoes, crucial medicine that was left at home in the rash of the first hours, or a pair of much-needed eyeglasses.
When the war began, thriving residential areas were swiftly transformed into military zones. The entire Israeli society joins hands in backing these areas, and we also do our share. We are met with incredible stories - the one who was evacuated from his home in the south and then enlisted, having no personal items to pack, and the one whose boots were melted from carrying people through burning fields. We listen attentively to understand urgent needs, even when the soldiers hesitate to ask. Thanks to our dedicated volunteer base, we do everything within our power to ensure they receive what is most essential to them as an act of support and application.

Community Volunteering

During these challenging times, the Israeli people and Jewish people worldwide have demonstrated our strength and unity. In this spirit, the Shiloni Project has brought together communities ready to take on and support every need, even when it seemed nearly impossible. Our volunteers cook, shop, pack, wrap, write heartfelt notes, drive, deliver, hug, and never forget to share pictures and words of encouragement at the end of each day. They generously contribute their time, vehicles, personal businesses, areas of expertise, and their hearts. With the shared purpose of helping us all navigate the unimaginable, we create a close-knit community. This has affected us all; we stand together to support, nurture, and rebuild.

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