One Would Never Think It Would Get Cold There

Israel Relief Aid’s Winter Warm Campaign extends to some of the coldest places, and one of those is the Israeli desert – the Negev—which extends from Beer Sheva to Eilat in the south.

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Giving Hope to Single Mothers and Their Babies

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 →


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


UPDATE: Burnt House Repairs for the Holidays

Israel Relief Aid’s December Project was assisting with repairs to a burnt house in a recent large fire in Nof HaGalil in the north of Israel.

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 In Jerusalem, we are already in very cold weather, and it will get much colder next month in January. 

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Special Coronavirus Aid for Families in Need

Coronavirus test site in Modi'in
Coronavirus test site in Modi’in

Israel Relief Aid is distributing now in the Israeli territories to families living under the poverty line – supplies to clean up and protect against the coronavirus:  Toilet paper, bleach, sanitizer wipes, sanitizer soap, plastic gloves, etc.

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Corona in the Settlements

Ariel, Israel

More feedback pictures came in from Corona supply distributions by Israel Relief Aid.

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Can You Believe It?

Israel Relief Aid container

Israel Relief Aid just received another large shipping container of clothing for the aid centers in the south because . . . .can you believe it . . . .they were almost empty! 

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Burnt House and Hanukkah Aid Center Gifts

Burnt home of aid center leaders

The house of the managers of one of our aid centers in Nazareth Ilit (Nof HaGalil) burned recently in the north of the country in a fire in the city.  They got out there to help their neighbors save their houses but they could not save their own.  Only their house took damage in the fire.

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An Awesome Gift in Tel Aviv

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This month Israel Relief Aid reached out to the poor at the Tel Aviv Homeless Café!  Many Israelis have lost their jobs during these trying Corona times. Tens of thousands are living on the brink of despair and the constant, nagging stress of not knowing where their next meal will come from.  Giving to the Tel Aviv destitute by providing them a basic need of a free meal was a heart throb.

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