Aid Container for Refugees/Immigrants

With the influx of people to Israel, running for their lives from the Russian invasion of Ukraine, there is a great need arising before us. 

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A Passover Meal in Israel Where There Wasn’t One

Seder Plate

Erev Pesach (Passover) begins April 15 for the holiday Seder dinner. Planning has already begun here in Bat Yam so that Israelis (especially immigrants) in poverty can prepare to celebrate with a Seder dinner and to eat the required unleavened bread during the week of Pesach.

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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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How Great it Feels for Those in Need to Receive

This is why humanitarian work in Israel is so rewarding also for us here doing the work.

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Giving Love at the Ashdod Aid Center

Always full of visitors during open hours, the Ashdod Aid Center is a model of volunteering, dedication and warmhearted people. 

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Aid Container to Arrive in Israel

Amidst Covid closures in Holland, an aid container for Israel was still able to be loaded and sent off.  It has been on its voyage for a couple weeks already and is ready to reach Haifa port to unload.

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Helping IDF Soldiers . . . Personally

A significant number of soldiers in the Israel Defense Forces come from families living under the poverty line. 

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Winter Warmth from Jerusalem to Beer Sheva

From Beer Sheva to Jerusalem, aid containers of textiles/clothing (and winter clothing!) have brought warmth to Israel’s needy sectors.

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What a Joy to See the Homeless Fed

Israel Relief Aid’s December project was stocking the kitchen of the Tel Aviv (free) “Café” that serves 1-2 meals per day for some 70 homeless people living on the street.

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Connect With Israel This Winter

Help Israelis in Need this Winter

We have two projects to start 2022 with. Both are wonderful ways to start out the New Year blessing Israel!

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