ADI – A home for disabled children in Israel
Help those who cannot help themselves!
“ADI” (arise in Hebrew) is Israel’s largest organisation offering comprehensive care and a home for more than 750 severely handicapped children and adults.
There are four centres in the country. The first facility was founded in 1982 in Bnei Brak and three more were added by 2005 in Jerusalem, Gedera and in the Negev.
The children receive the best possible health, pedagogical and rehabilitative care. ADI is both a home and a family for these children – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In addition, each year they provide care for more than 45,000 people with disabilities in their outpatient clinics.
ADI strives to provide a normal life for its disabled children. They go to school, participate in programs and enjoy various activities like swimming, shopping or trips around the country. The children’s rooms are furnished to feel like home, not hospital rooms, with decorated walls and a happy atmosphere.
These children depend on your financial support!
Hundreds of children depend on the 24 hour a day care throughout the year in a loving environment with excellent care!
Demonstrate your love and help these children “Arise” today