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Response to the Terror Attacks in Israel


In response to the October 7 terror attacks in Israel and the ensuing humanitarian crisis, we are providing financial donations to organizations on the ground as well as mobilizing in-kind donations for the victims of terror and for humanitarian support, through our initiative, Frontline Impact Project.

See below for the list of organizations we have supported so far. We will update this list as we support additional organizations. Follow our founder Daniel Lubetzky on Instagram, LinkedIn, Threads, and X for more updates.


Please note that there are many wonderful and impactful organizations and relief efforts, and we are unfortunately unable to support all of them.


Updated October 19, 2023


Please note that there are many wonderful and impactful organizations and relief efforts, and we are unfortunately unable to support all of them.

Updated October 18, 2023

Financial Donations:

Magen David Adom serves as the Israeli Red Cross organization, acting as emergency first responders around the country.


The Jewish Agency’s trauma counseling unit is at the forefront of psychological aid to victims of terror. They have also developed a new fund to help families from the South rebuild their lives after the destruction of the terror attacks.


United Hatzalah is a volunteer emergency medical response organization, with no cost to patients.


Soroka Medical Center is front and center in providing a medical response to the war. 


Sderot was one of the southern towns most impacted by Hamas attacks. The foundation is committed to help the community survive and overcome trauma.  


Natal is an apolitical nonprofit organization that specializes in the field of war and terror related trauma providing counseling to victims of terror.


Barzelai Hospital in Ashkelon is one of the biggest hospitals treating patients from the communities along the Gaza border.


Isra-Aid is coordinating humanitarian activities in shelters housing evacuees from the Gaza border region with specific focus on the first responders and children and meeting the urgent needs of affected people from Israel's south.


The IDF Widows and Orphans Organization offers emotional, social, financial, and any other necessary support to widow’s and orphans of IDF soldiers.



Eran is an “Emotional First Aid” Organization for all citizens, especially those traumatized by the war.


The Hadassah organization is purchasing medical supplies, essential equipment, and other indispensable devices for healing and saving the lives of some of Israel’s most severely


Lev Echad’s is a volunteer humanitarian aid organization whose main objective is to aid soldiers, citizens, and families who have been evacuated during the “Swords of Iron” War.


Leket Israel is providing food for those in need in the south and along the Gaza border.


The Lone Soldier Center is providing round-the-clock care to lone soldiers through meals, physical and emotional support, equipment, and any other needs that come up. Friends of The Lone Soldier Center is part of the umbrella organization, The Michael Levin Lone Soldier Foundation.


The former democracy protest movement HQ has fully transformed their mission and is using their network to mobilize volunteers to help with providing relief aid to victims of terror and support to soldiers.


Through her book project, Israel, A Simple Guide to the Most Misunderstood Country On Earth”, Noa Tishby educates the public about anti-Semitism and delegitimization.

Rebuilding and Civilian Relief Efforts


In-Kind Donations:

LFF’s Frontline Impact Project (FIP) is mobilizing in-kind donations for Israeli victims of terror and for humanitarian support in the Middle East.

If you are a CPG company/nonprofit able to donate any of the below items in pallet quantities, please fill out this form. FIP is working with Global Empowerment Mission to accelerate goods from the US & Europe for humanitarian support in the Middle East. Needed items are:

  • Non perishable foods (6 month shelf life preferred) & freeze dried foods

  • Hygiene items (feminine hygiene, shampoo, conditioner, lotions, hair brushes, combs, toothpastes, toothbrushes, deodorant)

  • Baby items (diapers, food, formula, pacifiers, diaper rash ointment) 

  • Medical items (Tourniquets, self adhesive bandages, ACE bandages, gauze tape, Bloodstop hemostatic gauze, first aid kits) 

  • Tents and sleeping bags


Learn more about these efforts at

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