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For Israel Tax Receipt

Make checks payable to “Melabev”

mail to:

Melabev

PO Box 3622

Leah Porat 21

Jerusalem, Israel 9103502

For USA Tax Receipt

Make dollar checks ($25 or more) payable to:

 “PEF Israel Endowment Funds, Inc.”

(Please indicate that your donation is recommended for Melabev and, if relevant, include the specific program or event.)

mail to:

PEF Israel Endowment Funds

630 Third Ave. – Ste. 1501

New York, NY 10017

 

Or mail to:

Melabev’s Israel address

(Israel tax receipts only)

 

Bank Mizrachi:  # 20

Givat Shaul Branch:  # 458

Account Name:   Melabev

Account number:   384227

Swift Code:   MIZBILIT

IBAN:   IL47 0204 5800 0000 0384 227

Kindly send an email to hadassad@melabev.org notifying us of the transfer so we can

trace it in our account and accurately receipt and acknowledge your donation.  Thank you.

For information about donations from other countries,

 to make a donation by phone

or any other questions, please contact us:

melabev.org@gmail.com

073-796-3959    ●    US toll free: 1-650-353-3108

We welcome your calls and emails!

We greatly appreciate your support!

Melabev has been a leader in the field of care of the elderly for over thirty years. The services they provide in the community setting range from care of lonely well elders with the “Moked-109” telephone reassurance service to palliative care for end-stage Alzheimer’s  patients.

Melabev is Israel’s pioneer service provider caring for those plagued by, and suffering from, Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, and offering appropriate services to their entire support system. With 10 day care centers and memory clubs throughout Jerusalem and Beit Shemesh, combined with innovative treatment methods aimed at stimulating those affected by Alzheimer’s and improving their quality of life, Melabev has the potential to be a catalyst in changing public opinion and educating Israeli society about the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and the necessary approach to caring for the growing aged community in Israel.