ISRAEL AT WAR - DAY 143

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A souvenir shop owner sits on a nearly empty street in Jerusalem's Old City, following a halt in the tourist influx due to the Israel-Hamas war, November 6, 2023 (Gianluca Pacchiani/Times of Israel)
A souvenir shop owner sits on a nearly empty street in Jerusalem's Old City, following a halt in the tourist influx due to the Israel-Hamas war, November 6, 2023 (Gianluca Pacchiani/Times of Israel)

The war could shutter 100,000 small businesses in 2024. Help save them from ruin.

Act now to help Ogen’s Emergency Relief War Fund support small business owners across Israel to survive and thrive

In the aftermath of the October 7 attack, Israel’s small businesses are at the forefront of the country’s economic struggles. Ogen, Israel’s sole nonprofit social lending enterprise, has responded with the Swords of Iron Emergency Economic Relief Fund, a lifeline for small businesses battling the aftershocks of war.

Positioned uniquely as Israel’s social lender, Ogen offers interest-free loans to families and small businesses as a lifeline during the crisis aftermath. Having received over $68 million in loan applications for small businesses so far, Ogen is aiming to raise $100 million in the next month. But it needs your help to do so.

 Contribute now to help save Israel’s small businesses

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 offer a lifeline for small businesses’ recovery in these challenging times.

Sagi Balasha, CEO of Ogen: “Ogen’s Emergency Economic Relief Fund is a battle cry for small businesses’ survival. Together, we can ensure businesses not only survive but thrive.”

Meet Elateva, a tourism and production company navigating the complexities of planning activities and events for large-scale companies in Israel. Since October 7th, with all events canceled, owner Shlomi faced a dire financial abyss. Ogen’s subsidized interest loan of $67,000 became his saving grace, offering a much-needed reprieve to cover regular payments and plan for a stable future for his family.

Shlomi, owner of ‘Elateva’: “Ogen’s loan arrived at a pivotal time, providing the financial breathing room needed to keep my business afloat. It’s more than just money; it’s about granting businesses like mine the chance to rebuild and contribute to Israel’s recovery.”

Read more about Ogen’s support for Israeli families and non-profits. Act now for a lasting impact!

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