ILAI Fund’s Best Donating Angels Awards

Congratulations To Freidenrich Family Foundation NY for winning our Best Donating Angel's award for 2019. 

Queen Dolores is one of the most amazing angels living among us. A very dedicated lady and a caring person who loves humanity and puts endless efforts to make the world a better place to live.

Congratulations to our 2018 Best Donating Angels of the year, Looking Beyond LA!

The ILAI Fund and the ladies of Looking Beyond LA have been collaborating for a few years. Looking Beyond is dedicated to enriching the lives of children and young adults with special needs. And that is exactly what our goal is at the ILAI Fund too! It has therefore been a very fruitful friendship.

Congratulations to our 2017 Best Donating Angels of the year,
The Iranian American Jewish Federation!

The ILAI Fund and the Iranian American Jewish Federation (IAJF) have cultivated a long friendship for many years. The IAJF's motto is "Caring, Improving and Saving Lives" which is exactly what they have done for the ILAI Fund children and the Israeli society through their longstanding support. 

Congratulations to our 2016 Best Donating Angels of the year, a couple from New York who has approved funding for one of our projects in the name of their parents, and wishes to remain anonymous. 

These dear Anonymous Donating Angels have been close friends and partners of the ILAI Fund for years, supporting many of the ILAI Fund children through their generous monthly donations.

Congratulations to our 2015 honored president and Best Donating Angel of the year Mrs. Mojgan-Ester York.
President Mojgan York is a psychologist and marriage therapist and a senior professor at UCLA.

For the past few years, the York family has been an integral and a very important part of the ILAI Fund.

Congratulations to our first award winning family, Mr. Ben and Mrs. Bita Nehmadi and their children Aaron-Mosheh, Evan Yosef and princess Kaayla, of Los Angeles!

On behalf of the Ilai Fund, we are honored to give them the ILAI Award for their charitable work of funding the ILAI Grant Proposal-Summer of 2014 with medical equipment and therapies for tens of sick children with special needs.