What is a Lone Soldier?
No Lone Soldier Should Feel Alone
When serving, each of our soldiers lives in one of our beautiful furnished homes, and has his own room. We make sure they always have a stocked fridge, a cleaned and maintained home, and no bills left for them to worry about.
There, At Every Tekes
Israeli parents make sure to attend every army milestone ceremony for their children. Our soldiers should be no different. Accordingly, we make sure to be there for our boys at every tekes and masa kumta.
Every Shabbat and Yom Tov our soldiers are hosted by the Rebbeim, Av and Eim Bayits and community families. This way, our chayalim enjoy good warm family meals along with the knowledge that our staff and community stand behind them throughout their service.
Rides to the Train
To get to and from base, soldiers need to take a network of busses and trains. Lev LaChayal makes sure that our boys have a ride to the train the same way that a regular soldier would have their parents send them off or pick them up from the train.
Frequent Base Visits
We frequently send staff to visit our soldiers on base and bring snacks, gear, motivation, and the powerful message that the Jewish people stand behind them.
Shiurim On and Off Base
Lev LaChayal makes special visits to army bases to give shiurim, food, and chizuk to our soldiers. When our boys return home from base, they have a warm and inviting Beit Midrash, with shiurim, available to them.