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Plant a tree in the Holy Land: Israel launches an action important for the whole world

Keren Kaemet le-Israel - The Jewish National Fund has launched a unique campaign. Without leaving your home, you can partake in a miracle, please a loved one, help Israel, and also support the whole world. And all this for a symbolic $ 18.

Photo: Avi Hirschfield

You can plant a tree in the Holy Land of Israel using the ZOOM app from anywhere in the world. All you need to do is go to Keren Kaemet le-Israel - Jewish National Fund website and make a donation ($ 18 for one tree, everyone can plant an unlimited number of seedlings). By doing this, you will receive a link to broadcast in ZOOM. Watch live the Foundation foresters planting your seedling in the ground. Then you will receive a personal electronic certificate of planting a tree in the Holy Land. The promotion will last until February 25.

Why is it important

There are at least four reasons that make this action important for you personally, for Israel and for the world in general.

1. Fulfillment of holy covenants

The holy scripture says: "When you come to this land, plant fruit trees" (Vayikra, 19, 23).

Elsewhere this covenant is given more specifically: “The Holy Creator, blessed be He, planted trees immediately after the creation of the world. Because it is said: "And the Lord God planted the garden of Eden." So, when you come to the Land of Israel, plant trees first of all. " (Vayikra Rabba, 25)

Planting a tree for Jews has a deep symbolic meaning. It is not for nothing that Jewish culture even has a corresponding holiday - Tu bi-Shvat (New Year of Trees). It is celebrated on the 15th day of the month of Shevat, this year it falls on January 27-28 (from evening to evening). By planting a tree now, you can feel like a part of this holiday in Israel.

2. A great gift for a loved one

An electronic certificate of planting a tree in the Holy Land can be issued in your name or in the name of a loved one to whom you would like to dedicate this tree. Fill in on Foundation website data for the certificate, where your dedication text will be placed and even a personal photo, if you wish. This is a wonderful and original gift for your dear person.

Photo: Avi Hirschfield

3. Help Israel

Israel's hot and arid climate creates a need for a large number of trees. They will protect the soil and improve the air condition, and create a shade for people, and even give tasty fruits. Therefore, your decision to sponsor a tree planting in the Holy Land will not only please you, but also extremely beneficial for the country.

Keren Kaemet le-Israel - The Jewish National Fund is one of the world's largest environmental organizations, celebrating 2021 years of founding in 120. Over the years, she planted a quarter of a billion trees that covered Israel with a green carpet, turning the desert into a blooming garden. Thanks to the Foundation, Israel is the only country in the world where there are more forests at the beginning of the XNUMXst century than there were at the beginning of the XNUMXth century. And now, thanks to a unique promotion, you can become a part of this amazing process.

4. Supporting the planet

Forests are the lungs of the Earth, and every new tree on the planet is a contribution to its ecology and a better future. The project of the Jewish National Fund is your chance to take your first steps towards the fight for the environment and a healthier future for our children.

Photo: Avi Hirschfield

In addition to planting forests, the Foundation carries out many other environmental tasks: combating desertification, building reservoirs and Biofilter stations for collecting and treating wastewater, protecting animals and birds, creating reserves and places of mass recreation, developing new agricultural and environmental technologies, and much more. ...

By supporting Keren Kaemet le-Israel, you are investing in saving the planet.

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