See for Yourself

Why do we share pictures of giving aid to Israelis in need?  So you can see what you make possible!  And, yes, a picture is worth a thousand words.  Here are just some of the people (Jewish Israelis in need) who received food boxes last month (from Christian Arabs in the Shavuot reconciliation project).

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After the Skirmish: A Day for Ashdod

310 Israeli immigrants were bussed by Israel Relief Aid on a day tour in the Galilee recently, getting them away from the memories of bombs, destroyed buildings, fear and anxiety. This was a group from Ashdod, one of the hardest hit during the Gaza skirmish.

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Helping to Prevent Emigration from Israel

New immigrant family in Aid center in Israel

Immigrants to Israel from the former Soviet Union have arrived usually with the help of many along the way.  Once they get to Israel, they need a lot of funding.

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Connect With Israel in June!

There are multiple ways you can connect with Israel in June and participate with Israelis in need. 

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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

Container Unloading Under Fire

Israel Relief Aid container

During the May, 2021 Gaza-Israel Conflict, wherein over 4,360 missiles were shot into Israel by Hamas in Gaza over a 10-day period, Israelis in the Center and South of the country had to stay at home with their children, close to a bomb shelter.

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Israeli Arabs Bless Impoverished Jews with Gifts!

Reconciliation Project grocery bags

In the month of May in honor of the Shavuot holiday, bags of food were packed and delivered to Jewish residents in poverty in the Galilee city of Nof HaGalil.

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Help for Those on the Front Lines

Rocket Attack

In the Israel Relief Aid network is the Sderot Aid Center, close to the Gaza Strip. They write:

“We received a request from one family whose home was hit and just about destroyed everything she had. Rebecca is a single mother of two who just happened to spend Shabbat at her mother’s house with her children when her house was hit. I have seen this same scenario played out more than once over the past thirteen years. People had just left their home; they were late to where they were supposed to go or the class ran long; saving many, many lives.

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Your People Shall Be My People

On the Israeli holiday of Shavuot (also called Pentecost, May 16-17 this year), Israelis will read the book of Ruth: “wherever you go, I will go; and where you lodge, I will lodge, your people shall be my people”. It is a holiday of reconciliation between peoples.

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Connecting with Israel for Shavuot

Israel Relief Aid is offering three opportunities for connecting with Israel for Shavuot:

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