ISRAEL AT WAR - DAY 141

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People gather and light candles to remember the Israeli victims of the unprecedented Hamas terror onslaught, at Dizengoff Square in Tel Aviv, October 13, 2023. (Avshalom Sassoni/Flash90)
People gather and light candles to remember the Israeli victims of the unprecedented Hamas terror onslaught, at Dizengoff Square in Tel Aviv, October 13, 2023. (Avshalom Sassoni/Flash90)

Help families hit by the war survive and thrive

Act now to support Ogen’s Emergency Relief War Fund as it works to provide vital relief to families facing financial ruin

In the aftermath of the October 7 attack, Israeli families are bearing the weight of the war’s devastating impact. Ogen, Israel’s sole nonprofit social lending enterprise, has responded with the Swords of Iron Emergency Economic Relief Fund, a lifeline for families battling the aftershocks of war.

Positioned uniquely as Israel’s social lender, Ogen offers interest-free loans to small busineses, nonprofits, and families 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.

Contribute to Ogen now to ensure families have the support they need to rebuild and thrive

Apply for a loan with Ogen’s ‘Swords of Iron Emergency Economic Relief Fund’

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 help Israel’s recovery in these challenging times.

 Sagi Balasha, CEO of Ogen: “Ogen’s Emergency Economic Relief Fund is like an anchor in the storm, helping families get back on their feet in uncertain times. Let’s stand together in this fight for stability and resilience, and work towards the brighter future every family deserves.”

Read more about Ogen’s support for Israeli nonprofits and small businesses. Act now for a lasting impact!

Meet Naama, a determined young teacher from Ashkelon. Evacuated from her city, she witnessed the heart-wrenching destruction of her apartment and car in the wake of rocket attacks in her hometown. Amidst this chaos, Ogen’s $12,000 loan emerged as a lifeline, enabling her to purchase a new car and steer through the unpredictability of a month-long school closures.

Naama: “Ogen’s loan was much more than just financial aid; it gave me the strength I needed to reclaim my life back amongst the chaos.” 

 

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