The Center was established by former lone soldiers & friends of Michael Levin z”l.
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Who are Lone Soldiers
A “lone soldier” is a soldier in the IDF with no family in Israel to support him or her: a new immigrant, a volunteer from abroad, an orphan or an individual from a broken home. Every day tens of thousands of soldiers are defending the State of Israel and its citizens. These soldiers regularly spend weekends and holidays at home where their parents provide for all of their needs; food, laundry, and even a hug. For more than 5700 lone soldiers, there is no immediate family in Israel to support them. Though highly motivated and proud to serve, when on leave, many of them struggle to fulfill their most basic needs.
The Lone Soldier Center is run by lone soldiers for lone soldiers.
Tax-deductible Status in the USA
We have tax-deductible status (501c3) in the USA via our fiscal sponsor, A Foundation of Philanthropic Funds (FJC). FJC is a registered 501c3 organization with the Internal Revenue Service (EIN: 13-3848582).
Tax-deductible Status in Canada
We have tax-deductible status through the Ne’eman Foundation which provides Canadians with a wide selection of tax-deductible projects in Israel and comply with the requirements of Canadian tax legislation.