Allan Rabinowitz, 57, is a writer and Israeli tour and educational guide.
"I have long dreamed of hiking the length of Israel. But after the death of my mother from ALS, I realized that this could not an experience for me alone. Leaping into this project is the best way I know how of thanking God for the ability to walk and explore this amazing country."
Tzippi Moss, 51, is a holistic psychotherapist and life coach in Jerusalem. Sometimes the thought of hiking 1000 kilometers is downright intimidating. That's where community helps. The knowledge that I am walking not just for myself but for people facing a far bigger physical and mental challenge, those with ALS and their families, will give me strength to keep going when it gets tough. Your financial support and their courage helps move us forward, one step at a time.
Ezra Rabinowitz, 18, is a 12th grader at the Masorti High School. He is active in Sayarut, and enjoys hiking and MMA (mixed martial arts). "I'm hiking the Israel Trail for this campaign because it combines three things that matter to me: tzedaka, my love of hiking, and getting to know this country from up close, north to south, before I go into the army."