The Center supports lone soldiers before, during and after their IDF service - providing them with furniture, guidance, meals and community
Lone soldiers come to Israel to defend Israel and the Jewish people.
There years of service in the IDF can be difficult and challenging. The Michael Levin Lone Soldier Center exists to provide guidance, furniture, a warm community to lone soldiers and to ensure they have the tools they need to succeed in the IDF and in Israel.
The Lone Soldier Center was founded by former lone soldiers, and today is primarily run by a large group of released lone soldiers who volunteer their time to make sure the needs of lone soldiers - emotional, educational/guidance and physical - are met so that these amazing young people are able to succeed and lead in their IDF service, and throughout their lives as ambassadors and shlichim for Israel and for the Jewish people everywhere.
The Center carries Michael's name in honor of his character, Zionism, willingness and desire to serve Israel and inspire and motivate other lone soldiers - and to make sure the values and passions he lived for live on in the thousands of lone soldiers who have followed in his footsteps.