About Beth Oloth
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Established in 1962, Beth Oloth has to date reached out to thousands of newly-arrived immigrants and under-privileged Israeli girls – young victims of terror, sickness, turmoil, poverty and family strife.

The devoted staff at Beth Oloth receives these girls at the tender age of nine. The next ten years are marked with one continuous chain of love, warmth and nurturing, alongside a quality education. By the time a young graduate is ready to embark on married life, she is well-equipped to provide for her new family.

At Beth Oloth, all of the girls’ physical needs are met – from tasty, nutritious meals and an immaculate dormitory; to clothing, shoes, and quality medical care.

Within its three divisions – elementary school, high school, and seminary – Beth Oloth provides every student with a solid academic education, as well as the opportunity for advanced vocational training. Each girl is encouraged to reach into herself and develop her full potential, ensuring that she will thrive and build a better future for herself.

Most importantly, Beth Oloth is characterized by its uniquely homelike atmosphere and by the warmth and friendliness radiating from one girl to her ‘sister’.

The great majority of Beth Oloth’s graduates go on to build solid, Jewish homes, which Beth Oloth helps them establish via a generous grant. Today, we can point with pride to the thousands of idealistic homes that originated in the warm, caring heart of Beth Oloth.

It is truly rewarding to see the original girls of Beth Oloth as proud and contributing members of society, passing on the warmth and support that they have received to a new generation.

With G-d’s help, your generous financial support will help us reach our goal. With your assistance we will be able to rescue even more unfortunate children and build a solid foundation for generations to come.

NEW YORK ADDRESS:
ISRAEL ADDRESS:
704 EAST THIRD STREET • BROOKLYN, NY 11218
29 MAGALEI HARIM LEVIN STREET • POB 5257
718-437-6597 • FAX 718-305-5923
SANHEDRIA MURHEVET • JERUSALEM • 02-581-6715-6