Donations via Bank in East Jerusalem

* Beneficiary: Jeel al Amal
* Bank name: Bank
  Mercantile Discount
* Bank number: 17
* Branch name: Salah
   Eddin Street, East
  Jerusalem, via Israël
* Branch number: 638
* Account nr: 40346
* Swift nr: BARDILIT
* IBAN: IL 77 0176 3800
  0000 1403 941

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Donations via
Stichting Jeel al Amal

From the Netherlands

* IBAN: NL74 TRIO 0212 4877 79
* Beneficiary: Stichting
  Jeel al Amal

Jeel al Amal is considered to be an Institution aimed at the Public Interest by the Dutch fiscal authorities. Gifts are tax deductible.

Gifts will be used to help finance the camp for boys who have no home to go to during the summer holidays and for the maintenance of this website.
From other

Transfer of money in Euro’s to Jeel al Amal from a private account in another EU-country is possible free of charge through telebanking.

IBAN: NL74 TRIO 0212 4877 79
* Beneficiary: Stichting
  Jeel al Amal

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Now you see them in real life!

Volume 2 - JEEL NEWS - Issue 7
August 11th 2009

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In the pictures

In the Zoo you see them in real life!

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To all friends of Jeel al Amal

The 2009 summer camp has included many educational and entertainment activities for the boys at Jeel al Amal, which has helped in making their summer holidays away from their loved ones bearable and in fact bright.

The summer camp has included many trips to swimming pools, entertainment parks and nature reserves. Many visitors and volunteers have come to entertain the boys, such as clowns, dance troupes and theatrical groups. The trip to the Zoo however, will remain printed in the minds of the children as they had so much fun and learned a great deal at the same time.

The Zoo supervisor accompanied the boys during their walk around the various sections of the Zoo and explained extensively about each and every animal they saw - what its country of origin is, physical information about the animal and the kind of food it eats. This is very important as many of the children had only seen the animals in pictures in their schoolbooks or library books.

After this walk the boys had their midday meal and enjoyed some ice-cream as desert. Later the children were ready for an entertaining trip around the Zoo in the train and received further explanations about some more animals at the far end of the Zoo. They came back very happy and refreshed and were chattering amazedly about the animals they had seen in real life, and learned about.

     Najwa Sahhar-Sayegh