Israel has had a double Adar (Hebrew) month this year, extending wintery weather. Warm jackets and clothing of all types have been needed more than normal. Immigrants come so many times with very little clothing, and usually not enough warm…
These pictures show already the fifth load of humanitarian aid by our directors in Europe for Ukrainian refugees that have made it across the border. Loaded: food, new clothing, sanitary supplies, etc.
Receiving help from the Ashdod aid center fills a great need for these new immigrants from Ukraine and the Former Soviet Union that are making a new life here.
This is why humanitarian work in Israel is so rewarding also for us here doing the work.
Always full of visitors during open hours, the Ashdod Aid Center is a model of volunteering, dedication and warmhearted people.
The following are a few ways we’ve been reaching out in love to Israelis in need, thanks to all of you!
A significant number of soldiers in the Israel Defense Forces come from families living under the poverty line.
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…
Israel Relief Aid got in an unusual item: new soccer shoes (with the cleats under them for playing on grass)!
Ramle is a mixed city of Middle Eastern Jews, Muslim Arabs, Christian Arabs, Ethiopian Jews and Russian Jews. It’s not unusual to hear English, Arabic, Amharic, Russian and Hebrew at any given time.