The organization for the Lone Soldier was established to bridge the gap between the needs of the Lone Soldier and the provisions made by the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) and State.

A Lone Soldier who made Aliya in order to serve in the IDF or who was compelled to leave his family for whatever reason, receives a monthly military wage of approximately 1000 Shekels ($250), with a supplement of 200 Shekels ($50) per month which is supposed to cover living and  accommodation. A Lone Soldier who has no home to return to when on leave, no mother to cook for him but a cold bed on which to lay his head. He is left alone, to provide for himself.
This is where the Organization for the Lone Soldier steps in. The Organization for the Lone Soldier takes the lone soldier to heart throughout the year, reaching out to him/her.

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The organization helps the Lone Soldier supply what he lacks before enlistment, during active service and up to a year after his discharge.

Currently there are over 5000 Lone Soldiers serving in the IDF who need our help and support.

In addition we are presently embarking on a new project to establish a - "Lone Soldier House", which will include not only a bed for the lone soldiers but also a homely environment to be enjoyed by these young men and women.
Currently there are over 5000 Lone Soldiers serving in the IDF who need our help and support.

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