A significant number of soldiers in the Israel Defense Forces come from families living under the poverty line.
From Beer Sheva to Jerusalem, aid containers of textiles/clothing (and winter clothing!) have brought warmth to Israel’s needy sectors.
Pictures from Beer Sheva in south Israel, Ashdod and Bat Yam on the coast, supplying warm jackets for the super cold winter here in the Holy Land. Holocaust Survivors, pensioners, widows that live on a stipend most of them.
January is upon us and all the wintery weather that it brings.
Israel Relief Aid’s December project was stocking the kitchen of the Tel Aviv (free) “Café” that serves 1-2 meals per day for some 70 homeless people living on the street.
Your donation will be feeding the homeless living on the streets in Tel Aviv this month, and giving them jackets to keep them warm and dry.
It’s amazing the things people throw away . . . and that people find inside a dumpster.