Partner with Soroka
Thanks to the support of donors, Soroka has become a cutting-edge, world class medical institution that is the pride of Israel. Please join us today by becoming a partner with Soroka Medical Center and supporting our current programs and new projects in development.
All donations are fully tax-deductible in the United States, Israel, and the United Kingdom, and can also be made tax-deductibly from other countries. Soroka is also proud to offer many naming opportunities, in recognition of your contribution.
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Some of the projects and initiative that have been made possible through the generous support of donors include:
- Legacy Heritage Healing Garden
- Anita Kaufmann Epilepsy Education Center
- General ICU and Cardio-Thoracic Surgery Wards – Sammy Ofer, Tel Aviv
- OB-GYN Building – Saban Family Foundation, Los Angeles
- Cochlear Implant Service – Soref-Breslauer Foundation, Houston
- Vivian and Seymour Milstein Family Trauma Recovery Center for Children and Adolescents
- Margery Price Program in Breast Cancer Education and Support
- Ilana Ashany Memorial Fund Digital Mammography at Breast Health Center
- Genetics Institute and Breast Health Center, expansion and renovation – Dayan Family, Brasil
- 4th floor Pediatric Building, Pediatric Surgical Ward, Pediatric Ambulatory Care – Anonymous, Milan
- Pediatric Movie Theater – Israel Corp and Variety Israel, Tel Aviv
- Electrophysiology Equipment – The Goodman Family Foundation, Skokie
- PET CT – The Wolfson Foundation, London; The Ted Arison Family Foundation, Miami; Jarndyce Foundation, Zurich
- Emergency Equipment – Tsadinoav Foundation, Geneva; Ve’ahavta, Toronto
- Cardio-Thoracic Equipment – Anonymous, Chicago
- ICU Equipment – Anonymous, Chicago; Claims Conference, New York
- Trauma CT – Ken and Nira Abramowitz, Paul E. Singer, Joan and Robert Arnow, Anonymous, New York; Anonymous, Chicago; Maguire Partners, Santa Monica
From Los Angeles to New York, from Europe to Tel Aviv, our supporters form a large, worldwide network of friends who share a common vision for Israel’s future. You are as much a part of the Soroka family as the doctors and nurses who roam the hallways. And just like it’s really hard to thank them for all the hard work they do, it’s also extremely difficult to find the words to thank the many who support Soroka so generously, you among them. Your involvement impacts many lives each and every day.
So maybe the best way to convey our thanks to you is through the voices of those who have been touched by Soroka’s medical care. Their words reveal more than anything else about the impact of your partnership. Without your friendship and support, these warm remarks would have never been uttered. We at Soroka, along with these and many other families, thank you.
You are the angels who watch over our young children. We arrived scared, ignorant, and armed with diapers. And you, standing on your feet all day, always calm and composed, exuded such warmth, love and confidence. On August 17, 2008 our little daughter was born. We were experiencing a whirlwind of emotions and we didn’t know what to expect. Our daughter weighed 592 grams, and was lying in an incubator. And you, like angels, gave her such amazing care. After two hard months, we are leaving the hospital, and we want to thank you for your support during this challenging time.
–Family from Dimona
To the Pediatric Emergency Room Staff at Soroka Hospital: We want to thank all of you from the depths of our hearts for the exceptional treatment you provided. For the extra love, concern, patience, and above all, professionalism that you showed in treating our daughter. Our experience in Soroka will not be remembered as traumatic. We’re proud that we were fortunate enough to experience such exceptional care from your trustworthy hands and warm hearts. Continue your great and holy work.
–Family from California
We want to thank the incredible orthopedic staff who helped and mentored us with everything, and showed such tremendous love and patience with our dear son – as if he was one of their own.
–Malki Family, village near Be’er Sheva
I thought things like this only happened in movies. Yesterday, I was at Soroka with my young daughter. I saw the work the entire staff was doing for the IDF soldiers – the compassion, the professionalism and the commitment they showed despite the difficult situation. I never once saw a doctor or nurse stop to eat, drink or take a break. They were thoroughly involved in doing everything required for the injured. As a mother of two soldiers, I just feel like giving you a hug and telling you how much I value your work. There’s nobody else like you!
–Biton Family, Be’er Sheva