Holocaust Survivors Outreach
There are nearly 200,000 Jewish Holocaust survivors living in Israel. Many who survived the horrors of the Nazi regime and death camps are now living in dire poverty, illness, and loneliness. We are blessed to minister to them and share Yeshua’s love by helping them experience a dignified and greater quality of life. Your generous support provides food, clothing, personal hygiene products, medicine, recreational activities, and opportunities to enjoy fellowship with others.
Humanitarian Aid to Families
Weekly we open our distribution center to provide clothing, bedding, and household appliances to more than 1,200 families every month, of which the majority of people are new Jewish immigrants, Refugees, Holocaust Survivors, WWII veterans, single mothers, and children in need.
Food Baskets for Immigrants and Refugees
In Ashdod and Ashkelon, more than 2,000 recently immigrated families request monthly food assistance! We are now working on expanding into other areas in Israel with this aid. We are blessed to provide a supply of balanced, nutritious, non-perishable food items each month with your support:
Your gift of 50 USD provides food for 1 family.
Your gift of 250 USD provides food for 5 families.
Your gift of 500 USD provides food for 10 families.
Your gift of 5,000 USD provides food for 100 families.
Your gift of 10,000 USD provides food for 200 families.
Gift Packets for Children
In conjunction with the monthly food baskets for immigrant families, we prepare gift packets with sweet treats and a toy for the children! For only 20 USD per gift packet, we are able to “sweeten” the transition for these precious children who have known hardship and displacement.
In celebrating the Lord’s festivals like Pesach (Passover), Shavuot (Pentecost), Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles), Hanukkah (Festival of Lights), and Purim (Feast of Lots), people are reconnecting with the God of Israel as we use these opportunities to show His love, character, and wonderful plan of redemption through the symbols and meanings of these festivals. We invite Holocaust Survivors, new Jewish immigrants, Refugees, Israelis in need, and single mothers and their children to join us in these celebrations.