Between Tel Aviv and Haifa in the north lies the city of Hadera. Hadera is considered the uppermost of the central region of Israel. The city has a population of over 100,000. The main population of Hadera consists of immigrants…
Six a.m. and Haifa right now is still a little dark but . . . that doesn’t stop aid centers all over the north of Israel from coming to retrieve their stock from this incoming aid container.
Located in the territory of the Israeli tribe of Dan, Ramle is a city in the central district with 80,000 Israelis, two-thirds of whom are Jewish and one-third Arab. It sits next to the ancient city of Lydda/Luz (Lod).
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.
While we are enjoying our beautifully laden Rosh Hashanah table with all the trimmings and our best recipes, there is a different story at Beer Sheva’s homeless/women’s shelters.
Bags of everyday foods were a Godsend to Ukrainians who walked into a Jerusalem Israel Relief Aid network aid center.
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?
With the influx of people to Israel, running for their lives from the Russian invasion of Ukraine, there is a great need arising before us.
Erev Pesach (Passover) begins April 15 for the holiday Seder dinner. Planning has already begun here in Bat Yam so that Israelis (especially immigrants) in poverty can prepare to celebrate with a Seder dinner and to eat the required unleavened…