Don't leave lone soldiers on their ownWhen Kobi (z"l) was killed in action, Aviva, his mother, made a saying of his – "It is not a big deal to become a good soldier growing up in a home like mine, the big deal is to find somebody whos is having trouble and lift him up" – as her will.
"Beit Kobi" was established to commemorate the life of Kobi Eichelbom, 16 years ago. Ever since, the organization has been accompanying lone soldiers over their IDF service and beyond, and has constituted a home and a family for them.
364 days to rememberAround the National Memorial Day, we all remember the soldiers who gave their lives to protect this country. Beit Kobi is working to have us all remember, over the other 364 days, the soldiers coping with the challenges of life without family support.
Beit Kobi serves as a family for these soldiers, in the meaningful events they participate in during their service. Beit Kobi answers to their needs by operating a program of families who "adopt" these lone soldiers over their service. These families are doing a sacred work, with the guidance of the Beit Kobi staff.
Two years ago, Beit Kobi began working with the soldiers even after their service was completed. We have been providing them with a home during the challenging transformation into adulthood in Israel.
Partners in Kobi's WillIn this campaign you will find a variety of gifts in exchange for your support. The biggest of them all is the gratitude of the Beit Kobi soldiers.
Any donation you will choose to make will make you partners in realizing Kobi's will. You will be a part of Beit Kobi's mission and help more lone soldiers benefit from a warm home, a supportive family and an empowering platform on their way to adulthood.
We would like to thank you in advance and wish you good, love and support wherever you will be.