Israel 74: A Commemoration and Celebration

On May 3 at sundown, the celebration of two back-to-back national holidays began: 

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Israel Relief Aid Center Partners

The map above lists the aid center partners throughout Israel that we supply.   Click on the red balloons for name and outreach details of each aid center.  They range from disabled youth daycare, protected children villages, single mothers assistance, new immigrant centers, homeless soup kitchens, battered women shelters, elderly/ Holocaust Survivor assistance and so much more. To learn more about Israel Relief Aid, click here

Once They’re in Israel, Now What?

Making aliyah (immigrating to Israel from another country) is no simple feat.  Usually it means qualifying for documentation, packing up a house or apartment and sending one’s precious belongings via joint shipping container across the ocean to Israel. The next step is to make the trip.

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In Remembrance of the 6 Million

Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) begins at sundown tonight. Each year we say, “Never Again,” so it won’t happen again. Yet today we watch the atrocities in Ukraine in horror.

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Israel Relief Aid Rescue Project Update

Here are pictures taken in the war zone in Kharkiv, Ukraine: we are helping 2 soup kitchens, 8000 people daily

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You Blessed a Whole Lot of Israelis!

For the April project, Israel Relief Aid collected funds so that Israelis (especially immigrants) in poverty could celebrate the Passover Seder and to eat the required unleavened bread during the week of Pesach. 

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Aid Container for Refugees/Immigrants

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. 

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A Warm Welcome for Ukrainian Refugees

Arriving in Israel have been those running for their lives from Russian invasion.  Some are welcomed as Israeli citizens and others with refugee status. 

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Food Bags for Jerusalem Refugees from Ukraine (March Project)

This war has been heartbreaking.  Families running for their lives, many leaving destroyed homes and belongings.  The ones that made it to Israel, Israel Relief Aid has been helping with humanitarian aid.

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A Passover Meal in Israel Where There Wasn’t One

Seder Plate

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 bread during the week of Pesach.

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