Moti, Our good friend and one of our first volunteers, normally does not work on Fridays but last week he did. As he got off the bus near his home he stopped to light a cigarette and started to cross the street. The next thing he knew he was flying through the air; he had […]
This month we were called to “Remember” several times. First we were called to “Remember you were once slaves in Egypt” as we celebrated Passover. (3 Apr 2015) Next we were called to “Remember” the six million Jewish people that were kill during the holocaust on Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HaShoah) 16 Apr 2015). This […]
You won’t actually ever be able to me Ayala-Haya in person; in fact the only way you will ever be able to meet her will by reading this article or any other article that has been written about she… She was killed Jan 21, 2005 by a terrorist rocket attack. Ayala was killed on a […]
Over the years we have had a group of the most wonderful volunteers any organization could have. A couple of them had to leave because of changes in their work schedules but they still come back every chance they get. I would like to introduce you to our newest and youngest volunteer. Mia is only […]
The 25th of September has come and gone and we still have shalom from terrorist rockets. Just because we have not been a terrorist target since the last cease fire does not mean life in Sderot is “Normal” or should I say as normal would be in other parts of the world.
There was a story recently in our local paper about a single mom whose children were denied lunch in the kindergarten they attend because she had fallen behind on paying for their lunch. It turned out that that was just the tip of the iceberg. The article went on to tell about her living conditions […]