Emergency Fund for Emotional Support and Trauma Therapy for the Families of the Simchat Torah Massacre Victims

With over 20 years of experience providing emotional support, professional guidance, and comprehensive mental health assistance to families bereaved by terror and other disasters, Navah has established an emergency fund to raise $2 million for the immediate emotional needs of the families of the Simchat Torah massacre victims.

Navah has both the infrastructure and expertise to offer substantial emotional and professional support to bereaved families. The organization provides psychological treatment and psychotherapy for the extended family, nationwide support groups, therapeutic activities, connection and bonding meetings, a sense of belonging and empowerment through trauma specialists, and a dedicated support hotline.

During the current catastrophic situation in Israel, please help us support and maximize our immediate emotional support, ensuring that no bereaved family faces their tragedy alone!

To donate to Navah’s emergency fund, click here

During the war, Navah is supporting and assisting families through additional emergency initiatives:

 To volunteer for Navah's emergency activities, please call: 058-5696006


For over 20 years, Navah has been extending support and guidance to bereaved families of terror in Israel. Our initiatives include offering professional mental health support; the 'Empty Chair' program – a communal Seder night for hundreds of bereaved families; professionally- led support groups; pampering packages to widows and orphans; and the 'Stones with a Human Heart' project—placing adorned stones in cemeteries nationwide on Israel’s Memorial Day.

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