Blessing the Holocaust Survivors

In Israel’s Galilee district lies Nof HaGalil, adjacent to Nazareth.  Nof HaGalil is a home for many Holocaust Survivors . . . most struggling financially. 

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Yom Yerushalayim Approaches

Friday, May 22 marks the day to remember the re-establishment of the city of Jerusalem to the Israeli people.

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In the Galilee

Northern Galilee

Israel Relief Aid has focused on coronavirus boxes and bags of food and cleansing supplies for quarantined families and elderly shut-ins.

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COVID-19: Long Process to Return to Norm

Elderly woman receives COVID-19 supplies from Israel Relief Aid

Here in Israel, the Coronavirus appeared earlier than in the US, so we are climbing out sooner as well.  However, the “return to normal” process is not a quick one.

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May Project: Getting Up to the Galilee

Israel Relief Aid delivers coronavirus supplies

Israel Relief Aid has focused on both major problem cities like Jerusalem and “forgotten” Israeli towns areas across the green line in the central district:  to elderly and quarantined families during this Coronavirus period.

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Giving Hope to Single Mothers and Their Babies

Mother and Child

According to Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics, there are 131,000 “single parent” families . . . almost 31% of single-parent families live in poverty. continue reading →

What is Yom HaZikaron?


Yom HaZikaron (Israel’s Memorial Day) is a day to honor those who gave their lives in defense of the State of Israel, and civilian victims of terror.

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From Ukraine to Ashdod

Israel’s Humble Heroes

We wish to express our deepest gratitude to all the wonderful people working on the front lines in our aid center network.   They are all so humble and meek in spirit yet working tirelessly to assist Israelis in need.  continue reading →

Jerusalem: Deliveries Continue for Shut-ins

Israel Relief Aid Coronavirus supplies delivery in Jerusalem

If Coronavirus restrictions are eased on the public in Israel, “over 67-year olds” will still be required to stay shut in.  How to help?

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