We provide

spiritual and physical support for Haredi IDF soldiers

The Netzah Yehuda Association supports Haredi IDF soldiers

accompanying them during the entire army process: from enlistment, to military service, and all the way through the transition back to civilian life

2300
Haredi soldiers currently supported by the organization
13000
Veterans of the “Netzah” units
700
Lone Soldiers in Haredi IDF units
450
Couples assisted by our Wedding fund

"Netzah" with the soldiers

The Haredi service tracks in the IDF are home to approximately 2,300 soldiers from ultra-Orthodox backgrounds who chose to serve in the IDF despite the many challenges from home and the environment in which they come from.

The organization’s professional team works in cooperation with the IDF and the Defense Ministry to establish the platforms and create an environment adapted for the needs of Haredi soldiers in the IDF, to help preserve the values ​​of Haredi society.

The team accompanies our soldiers on a daily basis, giving Torah lessons, lectures, personal accompaniment and more, assisting the soldiers in fulfilling their potential of both giving, and getting, the most out of their service. This helps them develop personal and social resilience on the road to each soldier’s personal success.

In addition, the rabbis and advisers of the Netzah Yehuda association serve as a bridge between the army and the families of the soldiers and the ultra-Orthodox community.

The Mentors Program

A team of rabbis and advisers to the association accompanies the soldiers of the ultra-Orthodox tracks throughout their military service in order to harness the soldiers to success on all levels. Learn more

Lone soldier homes

The association provides housing for 80 lone soldiers in the homes of the lone soldier of the Netzach Yehuda organization throughout the country. Every single soldier is entitled to housing in the association's soldiers' homes. No soldier - lone! We are their family. Learn more

A bridge to families and the community

The association's staff works to connect the soldiers to their families and the community in which they grew up in order to encourage family support and assist the soldier during his challenging service. Learn more

"Netzah" with our veterans

The ultra-Orthodox tracks in the IDF began in 1999. To date, there are over 13,000 veterans.

Many veterans experience challenges during reintegration into society, particularly in academic frameworks and the workforce. To deal with these issues, we established a Veterans’ program, which assists our veterans through dozens of projects.

The Veterans’ program operates a unique “Beit Midrash”, which deals with the issue of personal Jewish identity among the veterans, prestigious leadership programs, matchmaking groups, cooperation with ultra-orthodox colleges and university programs, scholarship advice, and a job board which unites approximately 1,000 veteran owned businesses, promoting mutual assistance and create a force for consumerism, housing and more.

The center for Charedi military veterans

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'Chatan' wedding fund

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Tuition and scholarships

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Our veterans

Soldiers of Netzah Yehuda – We pray to God that He strengthen you and lift you up and your families.

Rishon LeZion, Rabbi Shlomo Moshe Amar, Shlit”a