Zichron Menachem, with the help of girls and women across the country, provides emotional support for young cancer patients and their families in a unique way.
It’s often a shocking experience for children and and young adults to lose their hair while undergoing chemotherapy or other medical treatment, and donations of beautiful, healthy hair used for wigs can make a huge difference to these patients.
In Israel, many women and girls make a point of letting their hair grow long so they could donate it to a cancer patient. There are 400 hair salons in the country that cooperate with Zichron Menachem, which works with patients.
Zichron Menachem, Hebrew for ‘Memory of Menachem,’ was founded in 1990 by Chaim and Miri Ehrental after their oldest child, Menachem, died of leukemia at the age of 15.
Watch this video to understand the satisfaction these volunteers feel when they donate, as they say, a part of themselves and the difference it makes to the recepients.
Send 'Warm Winter' Care Packages to Israeli Soldiers - They are Cold!
We are honored to thank the young men and women of the IDF who risk their lives every day to defend the citizens of Israel.
Join us in sending winter care packages and personal notes of support to Israeli soldiers who are out in the cold all day.
Warm up a soldier's heart with essential winter wear including fleece jackets. Keep an entire unit warm by ordering 10 packages... The soldiers truly appreciate your love and concern!