They ran for their lives from the invasion of Russia and made it to Israel. Some are immigrants and others refugees. It’s a no-brainer that they need a lot of help.
If we’ve never been to Israel but always wanted to go, Jerusalem usually always heads the top of the list. So when new immigrants make aliyah, many want to live in the Holy Hill of Jerusalem.
With your help, Israel Relief Aid gave bags of nutritious food to Ukrainian immigrants and refugees in the poverty city of Ramle throughout October.
The Rosh Hashanah holiday here in Israel is a big one, with a 2 ½ day state closure. It’s a dress-up holiday. But what if you are in a new country, a new immigrant, or simply don’t have clothes for…
The last aid container that came in …from California …had some special treatment – pictures from a drone! The picture below shows the container truck crossing the intersection, very close to the Sea of Galilee.
In this container was brand new goods for immigrants to welcome them home.
One of the quickest way to bless a Ukrainian who has made their way to Israel is to feed them!
There are two huge aid containers ready to ship, full of aid for Israel – one in California and one in Holland. Should we bring them into Israel?
Most arrived in Israel with almost nothing at all. Yet Israeli expenses are higher than a lot of other countries.
Israel Food Outreach in California has loaded and shipped a 40-foot shipping container that is due this month to reach Israel.