What we do?
Our mission is based on three fundamentals: Happiness, Health, and Hope. It’s with these in mind that we have created over 20 different programs to support families in their brave and emotionally taxing fight.
To fuel their happiness, we provide children and their families with opportunities to step away from the white walls of the hospital and partake in joyous events that give them the strength to fight their disease. Families are able to embark on dream trips to Orlando, Los Angeles, or Eilat; attend summer camps with sporting activities, water park adventures, and exciting jeep tours; and enjoy holiday events like Purim, Sukkot, and Passover with a loving and supportive community that understands the challenges they’re facing.
To create a smooth path to health, we provide emotional support to children and their families through professional psychological care and support group sessions, financial assistance in purchasing critical medicine they cannot afford, and logistical support in navigating the bureaucracy of the health care system -- which, for many families, includes translating all documents and medical explanations to their native language.
In addition, we support children’s oncology wards in any way we can -- from financing innovative treatments, to providing the funds necessary to open more positions, and more.
To instill hope in the heart of every child, parent, and sibling affected by childhood cancer, we have built a kindergarten in central Israel that is equipped to provide a medically safe, socially enriching, and educational environment for the young children to grow and heal as their parents go to work. Through our public advocacy efforts, we are helping to build a brighter future for all families, by promoting government policy changes relating to health care costs, hospital conditions, and overall support for families with sick children.
Brief Description: Twice a year, groups of Israeli children with cancer are invited to embark
Brief Description: Five times a year, we invite different families to enjoy four full days
Brief Description: The Gamani program aims to bring together 9th-12th graders who are struggling with
Brief Description: Every year, Larger Than Life hosts two fun and inclusive community events to
Brief Description: Every spring, our families are invited to a joyous Purim celebration held in
Brief Description: Through comprehensive workshops and retreats, we provide long term support for young adults
Brief Description: Every summer, 200 children with cancer and their siblings ages 8-18 gather at
Brief Description: Every summer, 50 toddlers and pre-kindergarten children with cancer and their families gather
Brief Description: Larger than Life hospital welfare coordinators provide necessary assistance to help families navigating
Brief Description: To help children and their families cope with a traumatic diagnosis, Larger Than
Brief Description: Larger Than Life funds the research lab of Sheba Medical Center’s pediatric ward,
Brief Description: In an effort to ease the substantial financial burden childhood cancer can have
Brief Description: As the costs of fighting childhood cancer can far exceed a family’s income,
Brief Description: During a child’s extended stay at the hospital for treatments and procedures, Larger
Brief Description: Larger than Life has created a collaboration with Ash’har – a nationwide network
Brief Description: We support the children’s oncology wards at hospitals around Israel so they can
Brief Description: Larger than Life has partnered with Ash’har – a national network offering psychological