To help soldiers serving in the IDF who lack family in Israel, Benji’s House offers home-cooked meals, clean laundry, and a sense of community.
Habayit Shel Benji, or Benji’s House in English, is a home-away-from-home for the IDF’s lone soldiers, brave individuals who come to the Jewish state to serve in the Israeli army, despite not having family here.
“Today, we have 87 bedrooms. Each soldier has their own room, which is the correct model for lone soldiers,” explains founder and CEO of Habyit Shel Benji, Saul Rurka.
The home is named after Benji Hillman, Rurka’s cousin, who was killed along with four of his soldiers in the first battle of the Second Lebanon War in 2006.
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