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Brothers for Life is a non-profit organization, created and run by disabled Israeli officers, which gives critical and immediate help to disabled Israeli combat soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the safety of the Jewish people.

To empower injured combat soldiers to help recently injured combat soldiers reclaim their lives, fulfill their dreams, and continue to serve and inspire the Jewish nation.
  • Services
    Charity & Humanitarian Aid

Our team of elite former officers and fighters work together to help newly injured soldiers by:

  • Proactively meeting newly injured soldiers in the hospital or their homes and sharing with them the resources of Brothers for Life.
  • Assessing if there are immediate medical, financial, or psychological needs not otherwise being covered by any other agency and providing these critical needs on a case-by-case basis.
  • Introducing newly disabled soldiers to a community of other disabled soldiers who have faced the same challenges and creating ongoing mentoring relationships.
  • Helping guide wounded soldiers to live in a state of mind that allows them to face their new lifestyle and return to productive and meaningful lives.