Patrick Carlyon writes a profile of Arnold Roth in the Sunday Herald Sun, April 08, 2012: “Roth feels far from powerless. He gives his talks. He shares his grief. And he lives his life… “We don’t expect to change the world,” he says. “We are constantly reinforced in our understanding of that. But there are things that passionate […]
Israel’s government honors the founders of an organization helping all special needs children named for a Jewish teen murdered by Hamas. Chana Ya’ar, 27/06/13 http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/169367
Minister of Social Affairs bestows award on Keren Malki founders | PRlog The founders of Keren Malki, an organization that has helped to lighten the burden for thousands of Israeli families caring at home for a special-needs child were honored with the prestigious Magen Sar Harevacha award in a public ceremony in Jerusalem on June 23, 2013. http://www.jewishnews.net.au/israeli-honour-for-roths/31387
Keren Malki was created to honor the life of a child whose future was stolen from her by terrorists, by giving the ability to any who are in need to care for their severely disabled children at home By: Lori Lowenthal Marcus Published: June 27th, 2013 http://www.jewishpress.com/news/from-the-greatest-loss-they-created-the-means-to-give-to-others/2013/06/27/
Arnold Roth was an invited guest on BBC Radio Merseyside’s ‘Daybreak with Helen Jones’ on Sunday morning, March 2, 2014. Filling in for Helen Jones was veteran BBC presenter Roger Phillips who asked his listeners “What can a man do when his child is a victim of terrorism?” before allowing Arnold to describe his family’s […]
Malki’s Legacy: How a murdered teenager inspired an Israeli charity | March 13, 2014 | Arnold Roth was in London this week to discuss his charity Keren Malki, named after his daughter who was killed in a Jerusalem suicide attack. By Caron Kemp http://jewishnews.timesofisrael.com/daughters-legacy/
Keren Malki and the background to our work is featured in an interview by Basil Herwald of Salford City Radio’s Jewish Hour program with Arnold Roth, Keren Malki’s honorary chair. March 2014
The work of the Malki Foundation, known by its Hebrew name Keren Malki, is based around the idea that no place is better for a child with special needs than that child’s own home. Helping to enable that to happen is what drives our activities, day after day. November 2013
The official Yom Hazikaron/Memorial Day ceremony is broadcast live each year from the Knesset, Israel’s parliament, commemorating Israel’s Fallen Soldiers and Victims of Terror in song and verse. The theme of 2013’s ceremony was “In their death, they bequeathed us”, focusing on unique individuals and the organizations set up in their memory. Keren Malki, and […]
FocalPoint is a program designed to educate with Positive – Relevant – and Balanced information focused on Israel and the Middle East from a Biblical Point of view. Here they interview Arnold Roth, chairman of Malki Foundation on what brought about the establishment of the charity. April 2014
Highlights of Keren Malki’s memorable fourth annual Rainbow of Music concert held on Wednesday 25 March, 2015 at the Jerusalem Theatre. Featuring: Guy Mannheim, Simon Cohen, Avremi Roth and the Ramtayim Mens Choir
Arnold Roth, Honorary Chairman of the Malki Foundation, was the invited guest speaker at Mizrachi Canada’s annual commemoration and celebration of Israel’s Remembrance and Independence Days held in Toronto April 22, 2015.
Nethaniel is a smiley 10 year old boy from the center of Israel. He was born with cerebral palsy and the doctors predicted would never walk. But Nethaniel’s parents would not accept ‘no’ and ‘never’. From as soon as he was released from hospital after birth, his parents started on a very intensive paramedical therapy […]
On Sunday 11 October, 2015 nine hikers took up the UK 3 Peaks Challenge – to climb the three highest mountains in the UK (Ben Nevis, Snowdon, Scafell Pike) in support of the Malki Foundation. Share in their amazing achievement through this highlights video.
Malki Roth wrote an upbeat and positive song just weeks before she was murdered in a terrorist attack. Here, the song is performed by the Ramatayim Men’s Choir, Jerusalem directed by Richard Shavei-Tzion with soloists Ido Tauber and Dovik Metsger at the annual Rainbow of Music concert in support of Keren Malki. Jerusalem Theatre, 30 […]