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Yefeem Update

February 4, 2014 by  
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Yefeem has been a volunteer with us for almost as long as we have been open But more than a volunteer he is a dear, dear friend and there is a mutual love for one another. Yefeem was injured by a Kassam rocket eight years ago while he was at work. Back then bomb shelters [...]

Meet Yaeli

December 7, 2013 by  
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Yaeli is a beautiful one month baby girl. She came into this world weighing in at 3.7 Kg and 32 cm long. She was born like every other baby except for one thing: her mother did not want her so she abandoned her. Her father has been in and out of jail and he is [...]

Be Full and Warm

December 7, 2013 by  
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Tikva is a 42 year old woman she had a stroke 8 months ago and is now confined to a wheelchair. Life has changed dramatically for her in every way possible. At one time she worked and had an income; today she depends on disability insurance to survive, which is near impossible on the amount [...]

Sad News

November 3, 2013 by  
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Since our last update a lot has happened, but the thing that made the biggest impression was the loss of one of our volunteers. Tally and Yefeem have been coming in each week faithfully for the past four years and have packed bag after bag… somewhere in the neighborhood of 16,000 of them. Yefeem a [...]

A Little Help From Our Friends

November 3, 2013 by  
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When we received our last food shipment it was the usual 470 cases of food that comes on six pallets. They filled the sidewalk in front of our storefront until they were unloaded and brought in and put away. In the past we have had the same high school students come and help us bring [...]

Meet Mia / Remember Matan

September 13, 2013 by  
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We were invited to a birthday party this week. Mia turned one year old today. Mia is one of the little ones whom you supply with diapers, and her parents receive the food you give as well. Mia has been receiving help from you since she came home from the hospital. It is something to [...]

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