March 23rd, 2020 – All throughout last week, before the lock-down and additional restrictions, under strict social distancing government regulations, and with the cooperation of families and home care takers, Helping Hand […]
March 15th, 2020 – Dozens of Ashdod Survivors of the Holocaust received last week financial help in the form of grocery cards, thanks to the GAiN Sponsorship Program. More than ever, the […]
March 15th, 2020 – During this last week of the clinic, our team of volunteers was in Haifa, where they distributed glasses to 46 refugees of the Holocaust and immigrants from the […]
March 13th, 2020 – Single mother of 5 in Ashdod receives groceries and financial help on a regular basis, thanks to the help of Israeli sponsors who wishes to remain anonymous, through […]
Thirteen years ago, Helping Hand Coalition partnered with GAiN (Global Aid Network), an international organization established in Germany by Klaus and Claudia Dewald, to aid survivors of the Holocaust and World War II veterans throughout the Land of Israel. Pairing a German individual or family, mostly Christians who have a heart for the Jewish people, with those who were affected by the events of the Holocaust, the GAiN Sponsorship Program is a project that has built a bridge between Germany and Israel. Assisting more than 350 people, the program has continued to grow over the years, sparking joy and gratitude in the lives of both the survivors and sponsors.
March 9th, 2020 – In the past week, hundreds of WWII refugees and ghetto survivors from Netanya, Ofakim and Sderot received gift grocery cards for shopping for the PURIM holiday celebration. In […]
March 8th, 2020 – 101 people in Ashdod – another city with large Russian-speaking population – were assisted with eyeglasses. The team even made eyeglasses for a few people who had different […]
Each week, the Shalom House Project is privileged to host artists from around the world to perform for the survivors of the Holocaust. On March 3rd, the HHC Caesarea Villa welcomed eighteen survivors from Children of War, based in Netanya, to attend a concert by Maurice Sklar. An incredible violinist who has performed with the British Philharmonic Orchestra and in front of thousands of people, Maurice filled the Villa with sweet melodies, both old and new, for the audience’s enjoyment.
February 28th, 2020 – Sunday saw the team of volunteers in yet another location in Haifa, helping 64 people to fit eye glasses, most of them from the former USSR. The quote […]
February 27th, 2020 – Holy Ground Explorations is an awesome volunteer group that comes every year from America, Australia and Canada to bless various cities in Israel by doing renovation and repairs […]
On February 24th, Hope Alive, a group from the south of Germany, was invited to the HHC Caesarea Villa to perform a play about a lost son and loving father. The afternoon was exceptional, as love was poured out and received by each person in attendance.
For the third time in one week, a Shalom House event took place at the HHC Caesarea Villa. On February 21st, twenty survivors of the Holocaust from Children of War, based in Netanya, and forty-five visitors from Heights Church Arizona, who are on tour with Radiant Israel, congregated at the Villa for a time of entertainment, community, and encouragement.