Israel Solidarity

SAVE-the-DATES for the 2016-2017
Temple Dor Dorim Israel Solidarity Event Season
All events are open to the public at no charge. Please RSVP for each event.

Sunday, February 26, 2017 – Jewish National Fund Brunch and Learn at 11:30 AM

Guest Speaker: Dr. Michael Ben-Eli
Dr. Ben-Eli is the founder of the Sustainability Laboratory, established in order to address urgent sustainability challenges facing the planet and he will share the story of his work with the flagship project, Wadi Attir, located near the Bedouin town of Hura. Project Wadi Attir seeks to develop and demonstrate a model for sustainable, community-based agricultural enterprise, adapted to a desert environment.
Please RSVP to Lorelei and Bob Ennis at Your RSVP will assure you a seat for the brunch and the program. An RSVP is required.

Sunday, March 19, 2017 – Jerusalem U – Film Screening and Dessert Reception at 7 PM

Film: Above and Beyond. Award-winning documentary by producer Nancy Spielberg. The true story of American WWII fighter pilots who risked everything to fly for Israel in its War of Independence. Featuring Special Guest Gideon Rimon Lichtman who flew the first mission and is the last surviving hero of the American pilots.

Thank you to our 2016/2017 Israel Solidarity Event Sponsors

Karin & Steve Elkin, Andi & Tom Gero, Vivian & Glenn Grossman, Alice & Gary Holtzman,
Joanne & Martin Jaffe, Ellyn & George Levie, Phyllis & Leonard Miller, Carol & Joseph Pomerantz,
Debbie & David Ring, Lenore Rosa, Lydia & Bill Rosenberg,Gloria & Dave Rozen, Diane & Steven Shankman,
Linda & Arthur Tenenbaum, Arlene & Ronald Trust, Susan & Michel Victor, Lorelei & Robert Ennis.


AIPAC’s mission is to strengthen, protect and promote the U.S.-Israel relationship in ways that enhance the security of Israel and the United States. Our staff and citizen activists educate decision makers about the bonds that unite the United States and Israel and how it is in America’s best interest to help ensure that Israel is safe, strong and secure.

AIPAC Policy Conference was March 26 to March 28, 2017 – Our TDD delegation joined thousands of other pro-Israel activists for three of the most important days impacting Israel’s future. For more information, contact Lorelei and Bob Ennis (Broward AIPAC Executive Council) at For more information about AIPAC, visit their website at


CAMERA systematically monitors, documents, reviews and archives Middle East coverage. Staffers directly contact reporters, editors, producers and publishers concerning distorted or inaccurate coverage, offering factual information to refute errors. CAMERA members are encouraged to write letters for publication in the print media and to communicate with correspondents, anchors and network officials in the electronic media. CAMERA’s combination of rigorous monitoring, research, fact-checking, careful analysis, and grassroots efforts have had a documented impact. For more information, visit their website at

Neve Michael – A Bar or Bat Mitzvah Project for the Whole Family

At Neve Michael, our mission is to create a family-like atmosphere for our children 4 to 18 years that is so sorely missing in their lives, to provide them with the best therapeutic care, develop their young minds, and help them to grow into healthy young adults. We help our children overcome their family misfortunes, restore their capacities for normal physical, emotional, and educational development, and guide them towards a better future.

Set up your child’s Mitzvah Project online at

Have your friends, relatives and guests donate to Neve Michael in honor of your Bar or Bat Mitzvah. Celebrate your special day and help support 12 children in a family unit for only $300 for one year. For help in setting up your mitzvah project online, please contact Lorelei Ennis at (V.P. for Neve Michael in the U.S.).

Jack Stromfeld, Founder and National Director Emeritus of Neve Michael

Neve Michael

Jack retired at age 75 and for the next 25 years he was the National Director and Director Emeritus of Neve Michael Children’s Village, U.S.A. Jack has worked tirelessly to raise funds for the children and give them a warm, loving and safe home.

As Jack celebrated his 100th birthday in April, we want to honor him for his extraordinary Labor of Love. Please consider a donation to Neve Michael Children’s Village in Jack’s honor to help build a Learning and Special Needs Education Center for our children. Each donation will be matched by a generous donor, which means your donation will have twice the impact on the lives of our children.

Please send donations to Neve Michael Children’s Village at P.O. Box 260067, Pembroke Pines, FL 33026. Add a note saying you are from Temple Dor Dorim. We have many families from our temple, who have sponsored children and family units, since 2004. With much gratitude and appreciation for your support. It has made a world of difference!

For more information, visit their website at

For more information on any of the above organizations or events, please contact Lorelei and Bob Ennis, Israel Solidarity Chairs.