In the aftermath of the October 7 attack, Israeli nonprofit organizations are stepping up to help Israelis in desperate need of support. In order to support them in their vital work, Ogen, Israel’s sole nonprofit social lending enterprise, has set up the Swords of Iron Emergency Economic Relief Fund, a lifeline for nonprofits dealing with the growing demands of war.
Positioned uniquely as Israel’s social lender, Ogen offers interest-free loans to nonprofits, families and small businesses as a lifeline during the crisis aftermath. Having raised over $35 million so far, Ogen is aiming for $100 million in the next month to meet the growing needs of a country hit by war. But it needs your help to do so.
As Israel faces a potential financial recession, Ogen’s economic relief fund is a beacon of hope, showcasing Israel’s resilience and solidarity.
So, we ask you today to stand united with Ogen. Your support can offer help nonprofits support Israel’s recovery in these challenging times.
Sagi Balasha, CEO of Ogen: “Ogen’s Emergency Economic Relief Fund is here to support nonprofits stepping up to help a country in need. We know they can make a real difference, and with your help, we can make sure they are there for those who need it most.”
Meet the Israel Protection Center, a national nonprofit combating sexual abuse, witnessing a surge in inquiries post-October 7th. Recognizing the imperative to expand services during these trying times, the organization secured a 100,000 NIS ($27,000) loan from Ogen. This financial infusion aims to establish a national plan providing guidance, practical tools, and emotional support to families and communities affected by trauma.
The Israel Protection Center: “Ogen’s loan empowers us to expand our vital services during these challenging times. With their support, we can provide guidance and support to more families and communities affected by trauma, fostering resilience and healing.”