Launched in 2002,

is the benevolence arm of Maoz Israel aiding victims of terror, widows, orphans, needy families and those with medical emergencies 

Aiding people in Israel is a delicate art. In one sense people are excited for breakthrough in their lives, but our nation is small and the Body of believers in Israel is even smaller. As some of the stories cover sensitive topics, some names were changed to protect their privacy and dignity. Rest assured, however, the life-changing impact ISWI’s aid has been able to offer them is entirely real!

Lone Soldier Project

As a parent, one of the scariest parts of raising believing children in Israel is knowing you
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An occupational therapist is someone who comes up with creative ways to help people who have various
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Julia made Aliyah with her husband, David, five years ago. The first years, as is customary, were
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Our kids were small when we immigrated to Israel, so as a family we quickly embraced all
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Growing up in Brazil, my mother was into black magic. When I was eight, her Satanist friends
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My family immigrated from Brazil when I was a teenager. I served in the army and immediately
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Ethiopian Congregation

“H” is a pastor of one of the most vulnerable sects of Israeli society. Of all the
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I am a language teach by profession. I taught in a Jewish elementary school in the Ukraine.
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Stories from Ukraine – The vast numbers of bombs, wounded and perished grows with each attack, but
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Stories from Ukraine – They piled the kids in the available vehicles and left. What should’ve been
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Stories from Ukraine – “The day the last of my friends left I cried bitterly all day.
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When I married a Jewish man in the former Soviet Union, I didn’t care about his religious
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Joice was less than a year old when his parents fled Lebanon and settled in Israel. His
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I grew up in a family with two deaf parents. Fifty years ago, they were able to
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IDF Soldiers

The military operation this year was Watchman on the Walls. We at Maoz not only kept abreast
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 I was born and raised in a German kibbutz in northern Israel. The kibbutz was established
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Aya and Vasily were already married with a just-turned teenage daughter when they arrived in Israel 19
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My wife and I were four months away from immigrating from Ukraine to Israel in 2004 when
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I came to Israel with my husband and three children. I have a Ph.D. in engineering, so
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Children’s Village

“These are new? And you’re leaving them here with us?” the kids asked with sheer wonder in
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Kyiv Refugee Shelter

Stories from Ukraine –  The initiative began when Valentina and some local acquaintances received a shipment
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Kharkiv Special Education School

Stories from Ukraine – This school for special education in Kharkiv used to be open around the
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Wood Burning Stoves

Stories from Ukraine – Working with other organizations is something Maoz loves to do! We knew many
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