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“Son, the shrapnel didn’t hit my body, only my soul,

 that is why your father can’t find peace anymore.”

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Avihai Hollender, 28, was injured during Operation Protective Edge

“Son, the shrapnel didn’t hit my body, only my soul,

 that is why your father can’t find peace anymore.”

Join Us
Un Supporting

#Playing_Away_The_Trauma

Read More about the “Soul Key” program

Avihai Hollender, 28, was injured during Operation Protective Edge

Currently, due to coronavirus related budget cuts, the program is facing a shutdown, and thus the soldiers’ second home can be eliminated entirely.

We are inviting you to open your hearts to this blessed cause and allow the continuation of the soldiers’ participation in the conservatory’s “Soul Key” program – in order to learn how to play instruments and sing as part of a process the will better their lives and allow them to reintegrate themselves into society.

Dror Zicherman, 35, was injured in a terror attack in Tul Karem.

About The Program

The Israeli Conservatory of Music’s “Soul Key” program is the only one of its kind in the world – offering a rehabilitative and reintegration platform for both male and female IDF soldiers that suffer from PTSD.

The program, which has been running for the past five years, is home to 60 soldiers – from the Yom Kippur war all the way up to Operation Protective Edge.

As part of the project, which is the fruit of the labor of the psychologist Yifat Grinwald-Cohen, musical education scholarships are given alongside a rehabilitative, and supporting enveloping experience.

About The Program

The Israeli Conservatory of Music’s “Soul Key” program is the only one of its kind in the world – offering a rehabilitative and reintegration platform for both male and female IDF soldiers that suffer from PTSD.

The program, which has been running for the past five years, is home to 60 soldiers – from the Yom Kippur war all the way up to Operation Protective Edge.

As part of the project, which is the fruit of the labor of the psychologist Yifat Grinwald-Cohen, musical education scholarships are given alongside a rehabilitative, and supporting enveloping experience.

Currently, due to coronavirus related budget cuts, the program is facing a shutdown, and thus the soldiers’ second home can be eliminated entirely.

We are inviting you to open your hearts to this blessed cause and allow the continuation of the soldiers’ participation in the conservatory’s “Soul Key” program – in order to learn how to play instruments and sing as part of a process the will better their lives and allow them to reintegrate themselves into society.

Dror Zicherman, 35, was injured in a terror attack in Tul Karem.