For Jerusalem

Israel Relief Aid got in an unusual item:  new soccer shoes (with the cleats under them for playing on grass)! 

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Ramle

Ramle is a mixed city of Middle Eastern Jews, Muslim Arabs, Christian Arabs, Ethiopian Jews and Russian Jews.    It’s not unusual to hear English, Arabic, Amharic, Russian and Hebrew at any given time. 

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There is a Need in the Holy Land

Supplying clothing to the Holy Land, the Promised Land . . . what a privilege it is to help new immigrants and struggling families of all types. 

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Living Life in Jerusalem

Is being in Jerusalem the fulfillment of a dream?  For most, yes, unless you are struggling to make ends meet each month, living on a stipend, disabled, unemployed, etc

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Pack First, Then Sail

Another exciting aid container from Holland is being packed as we speak.  How do we get the goods to fill the container?  Our contacts in Holland have a network infrastructure of companies that forward their overstock items for humanitarian containers.  So, the possibilities are endless of what can go into an aid container.

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New Aid Container On the Water

Another new aid container filled with brand new children’s clothing is on its way from Hong Kong to Israel Relief Aid. 

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Connecting with Israel in August – Two Projects

Mother in Sderot receiving diaper donation from Israel Relief Aid
  1. Sderot mothers have had to deal with a lot, especially in the May Gaza Skirmish. 
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Yes, Real Israelis

In 2021 Israel Relief Aid has had an ongoing project to provide food for three shelters for new immigrants, and we have been doing that each month (like this picture in May) with a large food delivery of foods that they have asked for.

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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 Israelis in Need!

Feeding the hungry is always a wonderful way you can connect with Israelis in need. 

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