Shalom Life | October 20, 2014

Lending a Hand to Heal Sderot Youngsters

Their objective is to build a program for children in Israel this summer.

By: Helen Hatzis

Published: June 14th, 2010 in Culture » Music » News

Lending a Hand to Heal Sderot Youngsters

This evening, an event in collaboration with Alon Davidi, Director of the Committee for a Secure Sderot, Rami Kleinmann from The Canadian Friends of Hebrew University, Arthur Stern and Tovi Gruzman will take place.

The For a Secure Sderot committee aims to build a program for children in Israel this summer who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) on a daily basis. And, through the camp programs created by professionals specializing in PTSD along with the Belmonte Science Laboratories for Youth of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a stress-free program and enviroment has been initiated for over 150 children.

The event will take place at 7:30 pm at 1 Cordoba Drive. The evening will feature performances by Dr. Draw, an electric violin and cello artist ,and singer/songwriter Nachum Peterseil. A screening of a short documentary about the kids of Sderot will also be shown.

For more information about this evenings event and to help raise funds for Sderot Kids to Camp, please click here.

For more information, visit www.SderotKidstoCamp.com or call 416.399.1269.

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