Crypto Aid Israel Raises Over $185,000 for Victims of Attacks

Crypto Aid Israel raises $185,000+ for victims of attacks. Join the global community supporting this humanitarian initiative. Donate now.

Oct 22, 2023 - 08:55
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Crypto Aid Israel Raises Over $185,000 for Victims of Attacks
Crypto Aid Israel Raises Over $185,000 for Victims of Attacks

A group called Crypto Aid Israel is doing something really good. They want to help people in Israel who are having a hard time because of attacks from a group called Hamas.

So far, they've collected more than $185,000. That's a lot of money, and it shows how strong the group of people supporting this cause is.

Many companies are helping out, too. One big company, KPMG, is giving extra help with raising money and making sure it goes where it's needed. Other companies like Zengo, Fuse, Wonderland, and Psagot Equity are also giving money or telling people about the project.

Crypto Aid Israel has already given money to different groups that are helping out. They gave money to:

  • A group that helps people in the south of Israel, especially when there's fighting. They're making sure people have what they need to be safe.

  • Another group called Zaka. They help when there are big problems, like disasters or emergencies. They're getting important medical equipment to the people who need it.

  • Lev Echad by Or Hanegev veHagalil. This group helps young people who might be having a tough time. They help them learn and feel like they're part of the community.

  • Latet. This group is working hard to stop people from being very poor. They're making sure people have enough food to eat and things they need to live.

Even though the project is going well, there have been some problems. Some bad people tried to trick others and take their money. This is called "phishing". It's important to be careful.

Also, the website for Crypto Aid Israel had a little problem for a short time. But they fixed it quickly. They want to make sure everything is honest and clear.

Tim Freed, one of the leaders of Crypto Aid Israel, says he's really happy about all the support they've gotten. They've been able to help a lot of people already. They're going to keep working to help more.

If you want to help, you can go to their website: Crypto Aid Israel. They're very thankful for all the support they've received from people who care.

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