As the calendar year comes to a close, and we mark the 81st day at war, we want to express our deepest gratitude for your steadfast support of The Israel Magen Fund. 

Thanks to you, we have assisted frontline soldiers, first responders, and communities with a range of needs throughout this past year. 

As we approach the end of the year, we invite you to stand with us once again. 

Your continued support is critical in sustaining these efforts and expanding our reach to bring security and hope to even more lives affected by the ongoing war.

Together, we can continue to impact the daily lives of those on the ground, fighting for Am Yisrael. 

With heartfelt thanks,

David Rose, Founder 
Israel Magen Fund

Gear for Soldiers
IMF supplied essential kits to soldiers, according to their needs. Our volunteer drivers deliver the kits directly to the reservists in the field.
Some of the items donated: 2,100 Softshells
2,250 Boxers
2,600 Socks
800 Dry-fit shirts 
450 Camelbacks 
650 Rain suits 
20 Tefillin cases 
500 Battery packs 
900 Head lamps 
160 Flashlights
250 Thermal gloves 
600 Tactical gloves
50 Neck warmers
110 ski masks 
Holidays with heart 
We deliver the spirit of tradition to the front lines.
  • 113 hot plates 
  • 75 water heaters
  • Menorahs, candles, and more for an entire gdud!
Yehuda V’Shomron
The communities in these areas are more vulnerable than ever. We are continuing in our mission to bolster security measures for yishuvim with the equipment they need to protect their families and homes.
  • 3 ATV’s 
  • 1 Razer 4×4 vehicle 
  • 110 helmets
  • 15 vest

Evacuee Programming: 

Recognizing the psychological toll of war, we have implemented relief programs to help families evacuated from their homes

Helping Kibbutzim

Since the tragic Hamas attack on October 7, these kibbutzim require protective and security equipment not previously available to them. We are working to enhance the capabilities of local rapid emergency teams, ensuring the safety of families residing in these areas.
So far we’ve been able to provide essential medical kits to multiple kibbutzim.