Israel Relief Aid got in an unusual item: new soccer shoes (with the cleats under them for playing on grass)!continue reading →
In case you don’t know what a shuk is, it is an outdoor market where anyone can put up a table and sell their wares, farmers can sell produce from their fields, etc.continue reading →
In the Netherlands, this container is being loaded for Israel. Inside is new clothing and adult diapers.continue reading →
Bethlehem lies around 6 miles south of Jerusalem. Around 16% of its inhabitants are Christian Arabs. It’s interesting that large numbers of these Christians originally migrated from Yemen and the Petra area to escape Muslim persecution, and yet now they find themselves again under Muslim rule. Bethlehem also has its share of Christian Arabs in poverty and they deserve help.continue reading →
Supplying clothing to the Holy Land, the Promised Land . . . what a privilege it is to help new immigrants and struggling families of all types.continue reading →
Poverty is not fair.
An estimated 850,000 households in Israel lack essential housing, education, healthcare and food.continue reading →
In the south of Israel, there are two shelters for Israelis who have totally given up hope and were picked up off the streets in Tel Aviv and other cities.continue reading →
Sitting next to the Gaza Strip is the Israeli town of Sderot, which has been hard hit by missiles and incendiary balloons over many years from Hamas over the border. In August, Israel Relief Aid (with the help of lovers of Israel!) decided to give some aid to the people in the city because they are all really suffering financially.
“. . . we must help the weak “continue reading →
A message from the Jerusalem recipients . . .
Shira, Leah and Merav, finding needed clothing and school supplies at the Jerusalem aid center wanted to give you a big thank you!continue reading →
It’s a shocker that when we think of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Nazareth and all the other famous cities, that there are 25% of Israelis there struggling under the poverty line. When kids are involved, it is even more heartbreaking.continue reading →