ADI – Card Making and More for disabled children in Israel

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Be creative and express your artistic side and make a collage, a painting or Chanukah cards for the children of ADI.

ADI is Israel’s largest organisation caring for people with disabilities. It is changing the lives of over 700 Israeli children and young people with severe physical and cognitive disabilities and gives hope to the children and their families. ADI provides state-of-the-art medical, educational and rehabilitative care, and offers a framework for life – from infancy through adulthood. Watch this short video to see some of the work we do.

As a result of ADI’s work the children are developing far beyond the boundaries of their initial prognosis, and are able to live full lives: attend school; participate in vocational training programs; enjoy swimming at the beach and tour the countryside. ADI offers a wide range of services and community engagement schemes around the world, so everyone can get involved and make a difference!

About the Project – Get crafty for the children of ADI

The children of ADI live in residential homes, where they receive medical treatment, go to school and attend social activities.With your help, we can make our children feel more at home – Create a collage, a painting or make Chanukah cards for the children of ADI. Be creative and express your artistic side, for the benefit of the children of ADI. We promise to deliver your piece to them and use it to decorate their home.

Please post to:

PO BOX 36163
Jerusalem, 91361

As if that wasn’t enough

In previous years the British Friends of ADI’s director (Liron) would also run sessions perfect for your school, youth group or Cheder. This year we will look into doing short zoom sessions which explores what it is like to live with learning difficulties and how we can improve the lives of those affected. As there is only one Liron, please contact her to find out about availability and to let her know if you are able to help ADI as your Mitzvah project this year –