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Whether by donating close-to-expiration medicines, or expensive compassion drugs, the leading pharmaceutical companies in the country work hand-in-hand with Haverim to save lives. Read More »
Delivering free medicine to patients in need of urgent, refrigerated or expensive medicine. Read More »
Every Wednesday for the last 12 years, our volunteers gather at the Rehabilitation Department at Tel Hashomer hospital, for a free Art Therapy Workshop. Read More »
Itzik Lebel organizes dozens of activities for handicapped children within Haverim's Children's Center. Read More »
Review the one-off, short-term volunteer opportunities, and the ongoing volunteer opportunities at Haverim. Read More »
"Our strength stems from the people that give their hearts and souls to our endeavor..." Read More »
Over 500 volunteers, from youth to pensioners, dedicate time, thought and effort to help the Haverim community. Join us! Read More »
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The President's Volunteering Award for 2013 awarded to Friends for Health Read More »
Friends for Health is the proud recipients of the Award of Appreciation from the Faculty of Medicine in Jerusalem (2014), the President’s Award in 2013, the Health Ministry Award in 2011, and a medal for Distinguished Service from the National Council for Volunteering in 2008. Read More »
Following is a detailed contact list of the Executive and Advisory Boards of 'Friends for Health': Read More »
Meet the management and team of Haverim Read More »
Created in 2003, Chaverim (Friends for Health) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people in pain; people who cannot afford the life-saving medication they need. Our mission is to provide a warm, personal and professional service to any human being who requests our help. Read More »
Following is a list of the organization's Honorary Members, Management, Advisory Board, Auditory Body and Founders: Read More »
Friends for Health is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people in pain, who cannot afford the life-saving medication or medical care they need. Read More »