The following are a few ways we’ve been reaching out in love to Israelis in need, thanks to all of you!
Amidst Covid closures in Holland, an aid container for Israel was still able to be loaded and sent off. It has been on its voyage for a couple weeks already and is ready to reach Haifa port to unload.
From Beer Sheva to Jerusalem, aid containers of textiles/clothing (and winter clothing!) have brought warmth to Israel’s needy sectors.
Jerusalem is filled with beautiful malls, every kind of store and quaint shop. There’s no dearth of places to buy something. So when in need of anything, it’s always easy to find . . . for the average person living…
Soccer shoes have arrived in Israel for all those young people who have wanted to play soccer but didn’t have money for the sport shoes with cleats on the bottom.
15,900 persons per sq.km live in Bat Yam and the total population is around 160,000, so it’s a relatively small city. Soviet/Russian immigrants make up nearly 30 percent of the population. It has been a city that has struggled over…
This is an aid center in Nof HaGalil, not far from the Sea of Galilee. Along with the standard new and second-hand clothing, it contains shoes and household items.
Israel Relief Aid got in an unusual item: new soccer shoes (with the cleats under them for playing on grass)!
In the Netherlands, this container is being loaded for Israel. Inside is new clothing and adult diapers.
It’s a shocker that when we think of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Nazareth and all the other famous cities, that there are 25% of Israelis there struggling under the poverty line. When kids are involved, it is even more heartbreaking.