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 […]
WE told you back min December about Yaeli a beautiful one month baby girl. She came into this world like every other baby except for one thing: her mother did not want her so she abandoned her. Her father at her birth was in jail and Child protective services had taken custody of Yaeli. Dudu […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]