A new house for female lone soldiers

LSC development director Lizzie Noach adds, “We saw how successful homes were for the male soldiers and also wanted to give females what their own families would give them.”

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February 16, 2017 10:12
Jerusalem housing facility

‘The planned Jerusalem housing facility will reflect our commitment to support female soldiers, minimizing their hardship and expressing the gratitude of the Jewish people in Israel and the Diaspora.’. (photo credit: ALEXI ROSENFELD)

 
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On February 23, Shlomo Katz will take center stage at Beit Shmuel for a concert benefiting Bayit L’Chayalot (the home for female lone soldiers) in Jerusalem. When the singer/ songwriter scans the crowd with many lone soldiers, his eyes will be searching for one in particular – his father.

In 1962, Avshalom Katz traveled from his childhood home in Buenos Aires to Yemin Orde, a youth village near Haifa.

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