Supersol raising funds for Aleh children

December 4, 2006 16:54


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Supersol customers still have until Friday to participate in the supermarket chain's two-week drive to raise money for Aleh, Israel's largest network of facilities for severely disabled children. The campaign, which began on November 28, offers customers the chance to purchase greeting cards designed by Aleh children for only NIS 5. "Despite their severe limitations, the children of Aleh prove that they too can give of their abilities, and that every person has the right to reach his or her potential," a spokesperson for Supersol said. "The beautiful designs on the cards are another touching confirmation that special children have a rich and colorful world that they can enjoy." Ruth Eglash

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