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money through the end of the year. A
separate orphans' fund will provide
$5,000 to children of parents killed by
terrorists. (Story: page 14)
• NATAL. A hotline and trauma
center has been funded since March
2002. It offers social activities and
support for the victims of terror. Social
therapeutic groups meet twice a week
for four hours. Field trips also are
scheduled.
• Extended-Day Program. Children
in 12 Central Galilee schools, 1,659
students ages 7 to 12, take part in an
after-school program that includes a
hot lunch and learning enrichment. At
least 950 are from new immigrant
families. The schools are in Netanya,
Hadera, Nazareth Illit and Migdal
HaEmek.. (Story: page 12)
• Supportive Communities for the
Elderly. Addressing the isolation needs
of the elderly, this program operates in
five Israeli communities: Lev
Hasharon, Emek Hefer, Sderot,
French Hill and Gilboa. The Lev
Hasharon program serves 120 older
adults; the other programs are still
forming. (Story: page 13)
• After-School Sports Programs.
Basketball programs in Netanya and
Jerusalem, and soccer programs in
Migdal HaEmek and other communi-
ties faced with security threats and
economic hardship, provide a safe
after-school environment for more
than 500 children ages 6-15.
• Orr Shalom. A $100,000 Detroit
grant over 18 months enabled the Orr
Shalom family group homes for at-risk -
children to add more staff for kids too
scared to enjoy outside activities or to
leave their neighborhood alone.
Upgraded security at homes in espe-
cially vulnerable areas and more psy-
chotherapy also are planned. (Story:
page 5)
"In a year where our own economy
is anything but certain, we are chal-
lenged to stretch every dollar and
make every effort to achieve more,"
said Larry Jackier, Federation pre s . i-
dent. "Our goal is to mobilize the
community and rally support, not
only to meet, but to exceed the goals
we set in September."
Aronson said, "The past 29 months
[of the latest Palestinian uprising] in
Israel have turned the clock back 54
years. Not since the creation of the
Jewish state have we seen Israel so torn
by terrorism, in such a deep economic
crisis and so insecure in its future." 17

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