Israeli non-profit that helps the blind set to close doors

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 19, 2010 17:04

 
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The non-profit organization Migdal Or, which provides rehabilitative care to 3,500 visually-challenged Israelis, will close the doors to its care centers throughout the country, the Haifa District Court ruled on Monday.

Migdal Or will enter into court-appointed receivership after the organization accrued a debt of over NIS 80 million.

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