On behalf of the soldiers of the IDF (Israel Defense Forces), we wish to thank our many, many friends from all over the world who have sent Pizza, Burgers, Ice cream and a variety of other festive treats. Check out our facebook page for the latest photos and updates.
Summer here!!!! Its time for some - ICE CREAM. There is nothing more refreshing and heart warming, than a nice cold ice cream on a hot day especially for our soldiers, hot or cold they are here to serve and protect. Let's cool their hot days with some yummy refreshing ice cream.
Our Pizza project started back in 2002 during Israel's Operation Defensive Shield, to rid our area of terrorists following the bombing of the Park Hotel in Netanya and the murder of thirty people, including many Holocaust survivors, sitting down to their Pesach Seder. This followed a number of years in which we gave you the opportunity to send Purim mishloach manot.
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Please tell your friends about this wonderful way to show support for our combat troops.
During the last eleven years we have delivered many thousands of pizza pies and other gifts to thousands of soldiers. It is hard for us to describe how happy they are to receive your "special treats" -- it goes well beyond getting a hot pizza late at night at a lonely post. It is as tremendous an experience for us to give them out as it is for the soldiers to receive them. They love to know that people everywhere support and care for them.
Just to let you know that your gifts are getting to their audience, a friend sent us the following from a local community email list:
This email is from a friend of mine who works as a surgeon at Soroka. He is currently on the Gaza border patching up wounded soldiers. I thought there might be some people interested in the attached link.
Our deliveries are coordinated with the security forces
All our products are Kosher l'Mehadrin
* Pepsi or Coca-Cola (Coke) depending on the hechsher (kosher supervision) of the delivering pizzeria.
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