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Our Partners


Our unique multi-denominational collaboration with other faith-based organizations have enabled us to provide hundreds of wheelchairs and iPads to underprivileged and disabled children of all faiths in Israel. Our continued success is because of the selfless acts of the leadership of our Miracle Mission Partners.  

The Forster Foundation, along with the Wisdom Circle, are partners on the Mishpacha Mission.  Working with Rabbie Moshe Wolvovsky and his wife Henni, we are able to bring food, comfort and joy to elderly people on Shabbat.
The Palm Beach County Food Bank has 90 agencies under its umbrella and requires the help of The Forster Foundation to get much needed masks to the Volunteers who prepare, distribute and serve over 178,000 meals.
Rabbi Greg Hershberg
of Congregation Beth Yeshua


Under the leadership of Rabbi Greg Hershberg, Congregation Beth Yeshua, of Macon Georgia, partners with the Forster Foundation in funding the WHEELCHAIR and iPAD MIRACLE MISSIONS. 100% of all funding of all Missions is provided by donations received from Rabbi Greg Hershberg and Congregation Beth Yeshua and The Forster Foundation.

Hope Haven International 


Forster Foundation’s Miracle Mission is proud to be the exclusive distributor of Hope Haven’s wheelchairs into Israel. Hope Haven, a faith based 501(c)3 non profit tax exempt Iowa corporation manufacturers wheelchairs for third world countries. Their efforts have resulted in shipping over 123,202 wheelchairs to 108 countries. 

Harvest of Israel


Harvest of Israel, under the leadership of Pastor Dean Haun, a faith based 501(c)3 non profit tax exempt Tennessee corporation, collects and ships one (1) 40-foot container each month of humanitarian goods and all Forster Foundation wheelchairs to where The Joseph Project, distributes the wheelchairs to individual hospitals and clinics.