The Ukrainians in Israel . . . What’s Happening? 

The Ukrainians in Jerusalem immigrated with usually only what they can carry in their arms.  Every conceivable kind of help has been needed. 

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RESCUE PROJECT UPDATE: Food Donation for Ukraine

Thanks to a donation from a well-known Dutch clothing brand, we were able to buy 3 trucks with multiple food products such as potatoes, oil and flour.

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Israel Relief Aid June Projects – Updates


Story of One Ukrainian Immigrant Family

With the influx into Israel of those fleeing for their lives from the Russian invasion of Ukraine, one family shared their immigration story.

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Another Aid Container for Israel

The latest container, full of great clothing with also Nike waist pouches, made its way to Israel, unloading for distribution to aid centers in the north of the country, and then to the unloading point in the south.

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Providing Aid for New Israeli Ukrainians

Thanks to our supporters, we are supplying Ukrainian immigrants to Israel with necessities to get them started in their new life here. They are arriving with little more than the clothes on their backs. The following is a thank you we received from one of our aid center partners.

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Connect With Israel in June

Three projects are planned for June.  The first is a meal event for 950 Ukrainian arrivals!

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Reconciliation Project in Israel:  To Ukrainian Jews, from Christian Arabs!

In the month of May, Israel Relief Aid will work on a reconciliation project following the flight of Ukrainian Jews to Israel – food bags given to them from Christian Arabs!

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Once They’re in Israel, Now What?

Making aliyah (immigrating to Israel from another country) is no simple feat.  Usually it means qualifying for documentation, packing up a house or apartment and sending one’s precious belongings via joint shipping container across the ocean to Israel. The next step is to make the trip.

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Israel Relief Aid Rescue Project Update

Here are pictures taken in the war zone in Kharkiv, Ukraine: we are helping 2 soup kitchens, 8000 people daily

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