Volunteer Your Time to Prevent Terrorist Attacks in Yehuda and Shomron

 

attacks in Yehuda and shomron during September

Volunteer From Anywhere

Sign up to monitor remote security cameras, participate in virtual security patrol ride alongs and raise funds for advanced security equipment.

Israelis murdered and injured in September

Our Mission:

Prevent Terrorist Attacks in Yehuda and Shomron

Volunteer your time to help secure 400,000+ people in 150 communities and farms in Israel. Malachim Shomrim volunteers from abroad monitor remote video cameras and provide assistance to supplement the efforts of onsite civilian security personnel.  Most importantly, through local fundraisers, we work to purchase advanced security equipment to protect perimeters and critical areas from infiltrators.  

What We Do

Remote Video Monitoring
While security professionals secure perimeters with high-end equipment, we add an extra line of defense by remotely monitoring specific areas within a community. We also monitor unprotected farms that are outside of protected areas.
Fundraising
Israel only pays for a fraction of the necessary high-end video and thermal security cameras, along with a variety of sensors, to secure the perimeters of towns. We do fundraisers to ensure that every town has the equipment it needs.
Ride Along on Security Patrols
Night-time patrols can be long and boring. Our volunteers virtually “ride along” with patrols to help keep the guards engaged, entertained and alert.
This is critical!

Our First Project

Project: Elazar

Project: Elazar

Upgrade Current Security

Elazar, founded in 1975, is a close-knit community with almost 3000 residents. It’s located close to Efrat in the Gush Etzion area. Our goal is to improve security within the perimeter of the town and to help them upgrade to state of the art equipment. Elazar is our first Malachim Shomrim project and they have graciously agreed to work as partners to help us build our first community program that we hope to roll out to additional communities.

Three Ways for volunteers to Participate

Lives are on the line and not everyone will be accepted. Joining Malachim Shomrim as a volunteer must be taken as seriously as joining the IDF. Applicants will be interviewed and will need to provide letters of recommendation from known members of their local community. In addition, applicants must pass a complete background security check that will be conducted by a third-party security company. If you are chosen to serve, you will be required to handle your security missions professionally and will need to go through a training program.

Remote Security Volunteer

You’ll be part of missions and fundraisers. You will monitor cameras at specific times, do ride alongs, and participate in fundraising events.

Professional Services Volunteer

Apply your professional expertise to support various projects. For example, if you have expertise in public relations or social meeting marketing, you can create tools and provide guidance to volunteers working on specific projects. If you’re an attorney, we would appreciate help with organizational legal work. If you’re a business person, you could design fundraisers that volunteers can run.

Project Leader

Groups of remote security volunteers will be organized to focus on the needs of specific communities. As a project leader, you will be assigned a town and you will be the primary point of contact between your volunteers and the town. You will be responsible for organizing your team to ensure participation, handle training and facilitate fundraisers for your projects.

Our Advisors and partners

David Rogelberg

David Rogelberg

Founder of Malachim Shomrim

David has extensive expertise in marketing and publishing and has expertise in building organizations.

 

 

One Israel Fund

One Israel Fund

Top Rated Charity

A highly respected and top rated charity dedicated to the security and welfare of the people of Judea, Samaria, and the Jordan Valley. It’s a 501(c)(3) not for profit charitable organization and donations for the Malachim Shomrim Project can be made directly to them.

Marc Provisor

Marc Provisor

Security Expert

Marc is the Director of Security Projects, One Israel Fund and a former RavShatz (Civilian Security Chief) of Shilo. He’s a top hands-on security expert in this region who serves as a security advisor for communities all over Yehuda and the Shomron.

Josh Hasten

Josh Hasten

Journalist | Talk-radio Host

Josh Hasten is Assistant Director of the Gush Etzion Foundation, a freelance journalist, and pro-Israel advocate. He is a facilitator of pro-Israel media training sessions and a radio show host.

 

Sign me up!

Lives are on the line and not everyone will be accepted. Joining Malachim Shomrim as a volunteer must be taken as seriously as joining the IDF. Applicants will be interviewed and will need to provide letters of recommendation from known members of their local community. In addition, applicants must pass a complete background security check that will be conducted by a third-party security company. If you are chosen to serve, you will be required to handle your security missions professionally and will need to go through a training program.

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contact us

davidrogelberg@gmail.com

516 360 2622