The circumstances behind these "anomalous" lone soldiers vary, but all of them come from homes that cannot provide them with financial or emotional support.
"Lian, you are a role model for your family and friends here."
Despite the fact that, like their lone soldier peers, these young people leave their homes in the Diaspora to be of service in Israel, they earn significantly less than lone soldiers.
The Im Tirtzu activists brought the soldiers dozens of bottles of Coca-Cola and bags of Bamba snacks.
The struggle focuses on creating both an immediate and long-term solution.
The coronavirus pandemic has made being alone in the country even more difficult, but fellow soldiers and IDF officials are working hard to provide support.
The Air Force's prestigious pilot's course is notoriously difficult, and a vast majority of cadets don't make it to graduation.
It will be the third home for religious lone soldiers and will house five men from Israel and across the world.
Though the grant amounts to NIS 4,500, the Defense Ministry says rental assistance for discharged lone soldiers.
Lone soldiers by law are entitled to NIS 1,000 for 12 months following their discharge from the IDF – but the ministry says they no longer have the money.