Putting the Money to Play:
Buying Playground Equipment
for Students at Da'at School to Enjoy
The Da'at School at Kibbutz Sa'ad is in a hot place. Not only are rocket attacks from Gaza common, the temperature is often over 100 degrees Fahrenheit!
The students at the school need a safe place to play and study. The students spend hours cooped up in a closed cement building. It's a fortress more than a school -- and the play area has limited shade or equipment. Children wait in long lines just to get on a swing!
Voice for Israel want to help these Israeli children who are on the front lines have some fun.
The money we collect will go towards purchasing three shaded gazebos with benches that room about 20 pupils set in a semi circle with a wooden roof to enable studying outdoors when the situation allows.
Put your name on a plaque at the school
The more money we collect, the more equipment we can purchase. V4I taking all necessary steps to make sure the money collected is used for its intended purpose.
By working with the Raleigh Cary Jewish Federation and the Jewish Federations of North America, we are insuring that there is complete transparency and that contributions are tax-deductible in the U.S.
We are also offering plaques to big donors who show their support with a generous contribution.
You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how you can help.