The Lone Soldier Center in memory of Michael Levin is a grass-roots, Israeli non-profit organization created by former lone soldiers in order to assist the next generation of lone soldiers in all aspects of life, in the military and out. With over 250 volunteers, mostly former lone soldiers, the Center, as it is called, is builds a community of lone soldiers that will support its members.
While many soldiers can turn to family or friends for guidance, Lone Soldiers do not have that same support system. The Center has become a leading source for Lone Soldiers in navigating the often confusing military and governmental systems. The Center does this by providing vital verbal and written information to Lone Soldiers. Whether drafting, currently serving, or recently released, the Center is always there to help - providing information on what IDF service entails and guiding lone soldiers through difficult situations that can arise during their service.