Non-Profit Organizations


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Friends of the Israel Defense Forces 

The Friends of the IDF Association works for the welfare of the soldiers, including lone soldiers whose parents live overseas.
EL AL enables Matmid members to contribute points to the Association so that lone soldiers can fly overseas to visit their families.


Ezra Lamarpeh, headed by Rabbi Firer, assists some 100,000 people each year. Full assistance is given, free, to any and all callers. Flying patients for treatments worldwide is one of Ezra Lamarpeh's special activities for the benefit of those who apply to the organization. By contributing your Matmid points, you are taking part in lifesaving activity.
We donate points to babies, children and adults when a flight can give patients the ability to continue to smile. These flights save lives!
With your help, we can instill hope in broken hearts. To date we have awarded the points you contributed to hundreds of patients.
Your flight points are worth a life!

Make A Wish Foundation

The Make A Wish Foundation aims to fulfill the wishes of children with life-threatening diseases, believing that fulfilling a wish grants the children strength and happiness and helps them cope with their diseases.
To date, with the help of flight points contributed by Matmid members and by EL AL, hundreds of unimaginable wishes have been fulfilled.
With your help and thanks to EL AL's contribution, which adds 100 points to every 400 points donated by Matmid members, we will enable more children to fulfill their big dreams.

Chai Lifeline

When a child is ill, the entire family feels the pain.

From the moment of diagnosis, Chai Lifeline is there for the entire family, offering hope and help through two-dozen, year-round programs that enable patients, parents, and siblings to cope with the crises and daily challenges of serious pediatric illness.

For more than two decades, families have turned to Chai Lifeline for emotional, social, and financial support. Its two pioneering medically-supervised overnight camps, Camp Simcha, named in memory of Dr. Samuel Abraham, and Camp Simcha Special, dedicated in memory of Zvi Dovid Obstfeld, offer children suffering from life-threatening illnesses and debilitating chronic conditions a vacation from illness and isolation. Counseling, retreats, tutoring, Big Brothers and Sisters, therapeutic recreational events for children and families, sibling programs, hospital visits and respite, nutritious meals, insurance support, information, and advocacy bring joy to children’s lives and wrap families in a cocoon of support that allows them to face each day with renewed optimism.