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FPF is a hands-on charity totally run by volunteers!
Of the funds raised by FPF, 99.4% are distributed to
needy Ethiopian families and students.


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FPF Independence Eve Party in Netanya

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Click here to download the financial report.

Click here to donate in Israel or abroad.
A donation made in honour or memory of an individual gives added meaning to the occasion – birth, Bar Mitzva, engagement, wedding, anniversary, etc.
Upon receipt of such a donation, we send a gift notification to the designated party in your name.

A unique way to donate is by sponsoring one of the monthly luncheons. A donation can cover all or part of the luncheon expenses so that all or more of the proceeds can go directly to benefit the Ethiopian Jews of Netanya.

In addition, we receive generous contributions from private individuals and charitable organizations both here and abroad.
Donation cards for special occasions can beordered through David Silverman who will personalize them according to the donors' wishes.

David can be contacted at:

09-8622243 or hihosilv@netvision.net.il.
FPF's popular luncheon club is held on the first Tuesday of every month at the King Solomon Hotel in Netanya. In addition to a lovely lunch, there is a short lecture on an interesting topic by a guest lecturer, who generously donates his time. The proceeds for the past year have been allocated to the laptop computer project.
Those interested in attending a luncheon may make reservations by contacting Anne Silverman at 09-8622243 or hihosilv@netvision.net.il


Every year FPF holds a gala Independence Day party, which everyone enjoys immensely. Again reservations are necessary, but everyone is welcome. It is possible to make up your own table or come individually.
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The Forgotten People Fund

A charity registered in Israel # 58-032-322-8