Tsivya Fox is head of client relations for Breaking Israel News. A native of New York, Tsivya fell in love with Israel when she was an exchange student at Haifa University. She has a Master's in Education from Queens College. Tsivya made aliya on the first Nefesh B'Nefesh flight in 2002. She enjoys following how world events brings to light the words of the prophets.
When the new state-of-the-art home for severely disabled adults was inaugurated in the center of Jerusalem in January 2018, director Kobi Vizel never imagined the changes he would be required to make practically overnight.
‘The Hebrew language reflects our connection to health and happiness,’ says Roni Segal, an academic adviser for The Israel Institute of Biblical Studies, an online Hebrew language and Biblical studies organization.
‘Lone soldiers, as well as all IDF soldiers, really appreciate that someone from around the world cares about their welfare,’ said one lone soldier named Aaron. ‘Their donations, which go toward meaningful gifts, are like giving IDF soldiers a warm hug.’