Preventing Fear and Loneliness
in time of Corona

Due to Corona, people in isolation have been left alone and in fear. Life’s Door is supporting hundreds in need.

If you or someone you know needs help, our call center is here to help you. 

Join our over 400 volunteers to call seniors who are lonely.

Volunteering in the “Connect and Give Hope” Hot Line

“Connect and Give Hope” volunteer initiative was established due to the COVID-19 crisis, with the goal of lending an attentive ear, kind word, encouragement and support for the elderly and those dealing with illness, through telephone calls.

More than 400 volunteers have joined us and call seniors who feel lonely.

If you would like to volunteer, we invite you to contact us – we will connect you with those in need of hope and a listening ear, so that we may help them through these hard times.

◀️ To volunteer – click here

Access Professional Support

Every day the organization’s professional team provides emotional support to patients, seniors and family members.

If you are in need of emotional support, please contact us via phone/email/FB as listed below, and we will reach out to you within 24 hours. Please be sure to leave your name and phone number.

◀️ Send a message via Life’s Door’s Facebook page

◀️ Send an email to

◀️ Leave a message at 1-599-55-00-66

◀️ Send a WhatsApp message to 055-5580292

Connecting Private Industry to Help Those in Need

Life’s Door Organization connects companies to volunteer and support seniors in Geriatric institutions and in the community. The organization trains the volunteers so that they can give an attentive ear and supportive conversation to those who need it most.

We thank the companies that have already joined us, including Next Insurance, NetApp – TLV Innovation Center, Kornit Digital and Amnir.


Guideline recommendations for calming conversations relating to COVID-19

Following the COVID-19 crisis, more and more people are experiencing fear and anxiety.

Talking about it can help. It’s especially important to talk with people who live alone and have no one to share their concerns with, with elderly people and patients with chronic illness, who may be at higher risk of stress.

In order to inspire meaningful and supportive conversation, the professionals at ‘Life’s Door’ have put together some recommendations for calming conversations regarding CORONA-19, particularly with the people who most need your support these days.

◀️ Learn more: PDF file