No Israeli Child Should Go Without

Baby playing on new play mat from Israel Relief Aid

Bringing in a huge shipping container of wonderful items is always a thrill for us, and for all the recipients. 

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Missing Something for the Orphans

Ben Shemen Youth Village

Outdoor seating including a table is an ideal and efficient place to get out of 4 walls, breathe some fresh air, do homework, enjoy the company of friends – it’s a real upgrade. 

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In Jerusalem, You Give Them a Chance

Ethiopian Children

Israel Relief Aid’s school supplies project changes the lives of these children.  We give them the chance to succeed by providing them with a full variety of school supplies that are needed.

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Jerusalem – Feeding the Poor

Israel Relief Aid Jerusalem Tour

Israeli Holocaust Survivors, disabled, widows and others living under the poverty line in the central district were driven up to Jerusalem recently in July for a full lunch in the city, along with a visit to the Western Wall and Friends of Zion Museum.

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Israeli Welfare Family…What’s That?

Mother and Child

How does a family get to be a welfare family in Israel?  They have to have exceptional circumstances and problematic income. 

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What Was Free in Ashdod and Haifa Today?

Israel Relief Aid container being unloaded

Today (July 10, 2019), an aid container for 28 aid centers quickly unloaded at Ashdod at 6 a.m. in the morning, and 9:30 a.m. in Haifa without any unloading cost, nor transport to all the centers.  The aid centers are not close together at all, located in the north near the Lebanon border in Maalot all the way to the south in Beer Sheva and Sderot.

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Seeing Isaiah in Jerusalem

Israel Relief Aid was excited to take a busload of Holocaust Survivors, disabled and widows living under the poverty line to Jerusalem to see Isaiah  . . . the scroll in its original form, that is . . . at the “Shrine of the Book” Museum. 

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An Upgrade for Israeli Orphans

Ben Shemen Youth Orphanage

The Israeli Youth Village concept in regards to orphans started back at the beginning of the State when parents had died, or were not physically able to care for their children. So the children lived together and were schooled in children’s villages or “youth villages”.

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Sderot is Excited

The Tikva center in Sderot is so excited that we committed this month’s event to them for bomb shelter supplies.

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A Trip to Jerusalem They Can’t Afford

Israel Relief Aid June Jerusalem Tour for impoverished Israelis

Israel Relief Aid, in partnership with a local center, organized a tour to Jerusalem’s Western Wall, including a hot lunch for a busload of impoverished Israelis/Holocaust Survivors who would otherwise never get to go.  The history of the Western Wall and temple mount was presented straight out of the ancient source materials.  A hot meal was provided.

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