Please support us, so we can continue to provide critical support to Israel's Holocaust survivors.
THIS IS HOW YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Donations are recognized by Israeli tax authorities, as well as in the USA, Germany, and Holland through our local friends' organizations.
For additional information regarding donations: Amcha@amcha.org
Israel - tax deductible donations:
Checks written out to AMCHA (RA),
Please send to: P.O.B. 2930, Jerusalem, Israel, 9102802
First International Bank of Israel
Bank address: 27 Gaza Street, Jerusalem, Israel 9238204
Name on Bank account: Amcha (R.A.)
IBAN number: IL 49 031 013 0000000 206466
Account number for foreign donations: 106-206466
Account number for donations from Israel - 409-206466
Branch number: 013
Bank Routing number: 031
SWIFT code: FIRBILITXXX
International donations, not tax deductible can be made using the above banking information, with account number: 106-206466
USA - tax deductible donations:
P.E.F. Israel Endowment Funds., Inc. - Please earmark for AMCHA (RA)
630 Third Avenue, 15TH Floor
New York NY 10017-6745 USA
North American Friends of AMCHA-Israel, Inc.
C/o The Blue Card INC.
Masha Pearl (President)
171 Madison Ave, Suite 1405
New York, NY 10016
Tel: 212-239-2251 Ext. 801
Or online: https://www.givedirect.org/donate/?cid=2080
Germany – information and tax deductible donations:
AMCHA Deutschland e.V.
Am Kleinen Wannsee 5 A
14109 Berlin, GERMANY
Tel. +49-(0)30 - 280 980 38
Fax +49-(0)30 - 280 998 71
Evangelische Bank eG
IBAN: DE90 5206 0410 0003 9113 65
Holland - information and tax deductible donations:
STICHTIN VRIENDEN VAN AMCHA NEDERLAND
e-mail: : email@example.com
Donations: NL42 ABNA 049 06 06 210,
ten name van Stichting Vrienden van AMCHA, Amersfoort.
THIS IS HOW YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Please join our volunteers and provide meaningful support
to Holocaust survivors all over Israel, while benefitting
from the opportunity to hear their life stories and share
their legacy with future generations.
Amcha volunteers are engaged in weekly home visits with homebound
survivors, and/or in our rich program of activities at Amcha's network of
Amcha volunteers are all carefully selected and supervised by our staff, after
completing a training and orientation program. Volunteers are asked to make
a time commitment of one hour a week, for a period of at least one year.
For additional information please contact the Amcha branch nearest to you.
Or contact Amcha@amcha.org
AMCHA National Office
23 Hillel Street, 8 th floor, Jerusalem, Israel
P.O.B. 2930, Jerusalem, Israel, 9102802
Mental health care
AMCHA has become a worldwide leader in developing psychosocial support for Holocaust traumatization, including its long-term influence and delayed onset reactions. Professional counseling is offered to individuals, couples, families, and groups to help cope with anxiety, depression, loss, bereavement and more.
Care for homebound survivors
AMCHA reaches out and responds to the critical needs of homebound survivors whose illness or disability prevents them from coming to our centers. AMCHA has created a special team of therapists who provide this much needed care and support.
Psychosocial Support Clubs
Led by experienced social workers, AMCHA's psychosocial clubs operate all over Israel and serve as a most significant source of support, combating depression and social isolation. The elderly survivors benefit from a wide array of programs which enrich their lives, develop their creative abilities, and help them cope with inherent challenges of old age and traumatic Holocaust memories. Special programs connect survivors with young people, enabling the first generation to share their legacy with the generations that followed. The clubs are often referred to by our members as their "second home" or simply "family".
AMCHA Volunteer Home Visits
Hundreds of carefully selected and supervised volunteers visit home-bound survivors on a regular basis. Their ages, professions and cultural backgrounds are as diverse as Israel's society. They all share a genuine desire to get to know the survivors, share their legacies, and offer meaningful support and a connection to the community.