Chairman Message

Commanders and soldiers of the Givati Brigade in past and present, Bereaved families, Dear visitors,

The Givati Brigade Association is intended primarily to honor the memory of The Givati Brigade soldiers who fell for the independence and fortification of the state of Israel.

The Givati ​​Brigade played a central role in fighting for the establishment of the state in the wars forced upon us by those who rose up against to destroy us…

Beginning with the War of Independence, in which the brigade took a decisive part in the southern front battles, and ending with the Brigade that was rebuilt in 1983 and since then has fought on all fronts.

The Association is responsible for spreading and teaching the battle heritage of the various units and the heroic stories of Givati fighters, in addition to preserving and nurturing the many monuments scattered throughout the Negev, an eternal testimony to the Brigade’s contribution to the War of Independence.

The Association also assists bereaved families, lone soldiers, and families of soldiers in economic distress.
In addition, the association assists in the maintenance and development of the brigade’s home in Metzudat Yoav, and in expanding the educational activity among IDF soldiers and school students throughout the country.

Givati belongs to all of us and is deeply engraved in our hearts.

Every new member that joins strengthens the Givati Brigade Association and contributes to establishing and expanding the constant contact with the soldiers in past and present, soldiers that proved enormous courage and amazing spirit, the spirit of sacrifice and determination of Givati that we are all so proud of…

Every member joins countless others who respect and honor the fallen and their families and, beyond all, enjoy the right to belong, belong to the proud family of Givati.

Itzhak Levit
Chairman
Givati Brigade Association

Chairman Message

Commanders and soldiers of the Givati Brigade in past and present, Bereaved families, Dear visitors,

The Givati Brigade Association is intended primarily to honor the memory of The Givati Brigade soldiers who fell for the independence and fortification of the state of Israel.

The Givati ​​Brigade played a central role in fighting for the establishment of the state in the wars forced upon us by those who rose up against to destroy us…

Beginning with the War of Independence, in which the brigade took a decisive part in the southern front battles, and ending with the Brigade that was rebuilt in 1983 and since then has fought on all fronts.

The Association is responsible for spreading and teaching the battle heritage of the various units and the heroic stories of Givati fighters, in addition to preserving and nurturing the many monuments scattered throughout the Negev, an eternal testimony to the Brigade’s contribution to the War of Independence.

The Association also assists bereaved families, lone soldiers, and families of soldiers in economic distress.
In addition, the association assists in the maintenance and development of the brigade’s home in Metzudat Yoav, and in expanding the educational activity among IDF soldiers and school students throughout the country.

Givati belongs to all of us and is deeply engraved in our hearts.

Every new member that joins strengthens the Givati Brigade Association and contributes to establishing and expanding the constant contact with the soldiers in past and present, soldiers that proved enormous courage and amazing spirit, the spirit of sacrifice and determination of Givati that we are all so proud of…

Every member joins countless others who respect and honor the fallen and their families and, beyond all, enjoy the right to belong, belong to the proud family of Givati.

Itzhak Levit
Chairman
Givati Brigade Association

The Givati Brigade Association
Serving on the Front Lines of the War on Hamas on the Gaza Strip Border
Providing Israeli combat soldiers, reservists and the injured with Urgent Support

Help us equip them with all their needs!
Together & Only Together We Will be Victorious!