During Operation Protective Edge, Oraita and Makom BaLev Teens Help Their Communities and Each Other

July 14, 2014
Oraita Dimona became "Games Central." On Sunday July 13 the madrichim introduced new activities: drawing pictures for IDF soldiers (top left) and a variety of group games.
Oraita Dimona became “Games Central.” On Sunday July 13 the madrichim introduced new activities: drawing pictures for IDF soldiers and a variety of group games.

Oraita Ofakim staffs War Room for the south. The center which was opened last week coordinates projects for volunteers in Ofakim and elsewhere in the south. The center which was opened last week was started by Vadim Shaulof, director of Oraita Ofakim.

Oraita Dimona: Games Central. The moadon is making board games available to children of all ages. During Shabbat Oraita teens hosted a number of families and their children. On Sunday Oraita madrichim introduced activities for children in shelters. The staff gathered neighborhood children to play a variety of group games. They also spent time drawing and prepared surprises for IDF soldiers.

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