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GIVING BACK

Giving back is part of our heritage and an important part of the life and future survival of the Jewish people. It is our privilege to donate 10% of each and every sale of The History of the Star of David artwork to Soroka Medical Center, the most important hospital in the southern half of Israel that is making a vital impact on the lives of children, families and soldiers.

"Giving back is part of our heritage and an important part of the life and future survival of the Jewish people. It is our privilege to donate 10% of each and every sale of The History of the Star of David art- work to Soroka Medical Center."
Soroka is the sole major medical center for the entire Negev, serving over 1 million residents in an area that comprises 60% of Israel’s land. It offers recognized excellence across the entire spectrum of medical care: prevention, diagnosis, research, education, advanced treatment, trauma care and cancer care. It fulfills a vital role for Israel - the “Iron Dome for health” for the south, and healing victims of trauma - both physical and emotional. Soroka is an outstanding national strategic asset and essential to meeting the medical needs of the Israel Defense Forces (the “IDF”). They are fully engaged in the challenges, complexity, and richness of the fabric of life in the Negev. Through the delivery of urgently needed medical care to the diverse society in the Negev region, Soroka makes a unique contribution to the building of a future of security and peaceful coexistence for Israel.

Soroka Medical Center Today:
  • One of Israel’s largest and busiest hospitals
  • Serves the IDF as the only medical center on the southern front, now expanding to serve the new IDF operations and training bases on moving to the region. - The first hospital in Israel accredited by the prestigious Joint Commission International.
  • Center of excellence in trauma care, cancer care, genetic, clinical research, pediatrics, psychiatric care, and more.
  • Responsible for the health and emergency care of a million people including 400,000 children.
  • Located in Beer Sheva, capital of the Negev, which is becoming the high-tech capital of Israel.
  • The largest employer in the Negev and a key factor for the development of the Negev.
  • Intensely multi-cultural setting, a beacon of peaceful co-existence.
  • Teaching hospital for the Medical School of Ben-Gurion University, and the Medical School for International Health, in collaboration with Columbia University Medical Center.
  • Building the region’s first Comprehensive Cancer Center.
  • A combination of medical excellence, dedication, and the achievements of pioneering Israel.