MISSION STATEMENT
Ten Kavod

Ten Kavod’s mission is to enhance the lives of the elderly, specifically Holocaust survivors, all across Israel. Our trained volunteers visit participants weekly to ensure they are being taken care of and supervised medically on a regular basis.

The program also provides emotional support and friendship for any elderly individual who needs companionship across the country. United Hatzalah trains medical professionals who volunteer their time to visit their assigned ‘patient’.

We are here to provide proactive
health care to the elderly.
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Saving A Life With Kindness – A Look At A Ten Kavod Emergency July 27, 2021 Posted in: In the News -  Just before 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday evening, an elderly man who lives at home and has no family to care… Read More
AMAZING NEW VIDEO! WATCH THIS! February 28, 2019 Posted in: In the News, Uncategorized - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKLw-oAuF5U&feature=youtu.be Read More
‘A Team of Angels’: Helping an amputee find a reason to live October 22, 2018 Posted in: In the News - The United Hatzalah project brings a 72-year-old Israeli to visit the sea once a month. By doing so, the man,… Read More
Going Beyond Emergencies and Providing Preventative Medical Care to The Elderly March 22, 2018 Posted in: In the News - United Hatzalah has become well known in the field of emergency medical response in Israel. Over the last decade, the… Read More
Amdocs Israel​ launched a project to renovate homes for the elderly in Sderot’s Matav Day Center in Sderot March 22, 2018 Posted in: In the News - The project had young volunteers preparing the elderly homes for the upcoming Passover holiday. The students and volunteers were divided… Read More
After his call to a Holocaust survivor, a United Hatzalah volunteer wrote this beautifully heartbreaking letter February 8, 2018 Posted in: In the News - Editors Note: The Ten Kavod (Give Respect) is United Hatzalah’s Project to pair volunteers with Holocaust survivors in need. We… Read More
Helping Holocaust Survivors With Dignity February 8, 2018 Posted in: In the News - Esther Hotzlman is an 84-year-old widow who lives with one of her children in the Gilo neighborhood of Jerusalem. She… Read More

2012

The program was founded in 2012 with a few volunteers.

2021

To date, the program has 700 volunteers.

2023

By 2023, an additional 1,500 elderly individuals will be given medical attention and care they need.

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