The Benefits of Fast Flow Technology

Israel Relief Aid Container

Just received a full container but when it got to our Logistics Center, it was only 1/4 full!  “Why?”, you ask?
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New Israel Relief Aid Shipment Arrival

Forklift

Israel Relief Aid just unloaded a 40-foot shipping container of clothing, furniture and diapers for Israeli cities. It will be dispersed over the next few weeks to many of our aid center partners throughout Israel.
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Israel Relief Aid November 2016 Newsletter

Israel Relief Aid November 2016 Newsletter

 

Sukkot Manna Project Fulfillment Report –  The rice deliveries were made on October 16, and distribution to recipients took place on October 22, 2016.  These pictures show distribution to the actual recipients in those communities. These families are extremely grateful. Read more


Helping Impoverished Families in Haifa

Haifa Aid Center

In answer to the struggling need in the Haifa in the north, Israel Relief Aid distributed 100 cartons of quality second-hand clothing to the Haifa Springs aid center in the city in September, 2016.
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YOU Make It Possible

RoshHaShana Event

This year Israel Relief Aid wanted to do an event for Rosh Hashana and Sukkot that would benefit Holocaust Survivors, but are also always thinking about the new immigrants that continue to trek into their new homeland.
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Israel Relief Aid Update – Sukkot Aid Container

A wonderful Succot aid container from Holland has been set for unloading on Friday, mid-Succot! This container will stop first at a immigrant poverty-level aid center to give apartment furniture and clothing in Ashdod.
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Sukkot Manna Project

Rice Harvest

Sukkot  (Feast of Tabernacles) is Oct 17-23, 2016 and it commemorates the forty years of wandering of the people of Israel in the desert after the Exodus from Egypt … and how Adonai miraculously provided for us.  He gave us manna to sustain us – thus the name of our Sukkot outreach this year – Sukkot Manna Project.
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Holiday Events for Israelis in Need

This year Israel Relief Aid wanted to do an event for Rosh Hashana and Sukkot that would benefit Holocaust Survivors, but are also always thinking about the new immigrants that continue to trek into their new homeland.
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Our Little Gift To You!


Making a Difference Together

Last Sunday I was reading a newsletter from an aid center that Israel Relief Aid had just stocked with incontinence supplies for Holocaust Survivors in Sderot, explaining about the hard life there with unpredictable bombings. A few hours later, again Sderot was bombed!  

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