Tzipora joined the movement at the age of ten. She learned sewing. In 1943 she moved to Budapest, earned a living and became a member of a group of adults and among them Efra, her future husband. After the Germans occupied Hungary on 19.3.1944, she equipped herself with Aryan documents and, following instructions from the movement, went underground. She rented an apartment with Ephra passing for fugitives from country towns fearing the approach of the Red Army. Tzipora went on missions to the country towns carrying forged documents, money and instructions for escape. In June 1944 she crossed the border into Romania near the town of Nagyvárad (Oradea) with Ephra. On 4.11.1944 she arrived in Eretz Israel (Palestine). In 1959 she left Kibbutz Yehiam with her husband. She resided in Tel-Aviv.