Help me reach my goal!

by Debra Saltz

Supporting: 2019 ISCD Good Wheel Bike Ride in Northern Israel for American Friends of the Israel Sport Center For The Disabled



The Israel Sport Center for the Disabled is one of the world pioneers in the field of sport rehabilitation. The Center opened its gates in 1960 and specializes in the physical and psychological rehabilitation of children and youth living with disabilities. The Good Wheel is a genuine and unique Israel experience which includes a weekend in Tel Aviv, meetings with inspirational Israeli athletes with disabilities, a visit to the ISCD and a 4 day 180 mile bike ride through biblical Israel, shoulder to shoulder with Israeli riders, many with disabilities. The 2019 Good Wheel Bike Ride will take place March 29 - April 4, 2019 in the North of Israel. All funds received for the Good Wheel Ride will support and improve the lives of many children living with disabilities in Israel and are recognized as donations for tax purposes to the American and UK Friends of the Israel Sport Center for the Disabled. Please help me raise money for this excellent cause!

The 2019 Good Wheel bike ride took place in April in the north of Israel – the Golan Heights, the Upper Galilee, and the northern Mediterranean shores – combining an approximate 150-mile ride over four days and touring opportunities through beautiful and fascinating sites and attractions.

For more information about the ride, visit or email

Good Wheel benefits the Israel Sport Center for the Disabled (ISCD). The ISCD is a home away from home to around 2,500 Israelis of all ages, where the unique merits of sports are utilized to strengthen body, spirit and mind. At the ISCD, people with disabilities are empowered to become fully integrated members of society.

Your donation will have a significant impact on the lives of thousands of men, women, and children with disabilities who rely on ISCD.

The 2020 Good Wheel bike ride will take place October 18-22, 2020, and be held in the south of Israel.


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