Category: Events

December 9th Shalom House – Washed Clean

On December 9th, the sky roared, and its gates were opened as rain poured onto the earth, flooding the roads and hydrating the plants. With a chill in the air, twenty survivors from Survivors of Nazism, based in Netanya, braved the cold front to come to the HHC Caesarea Villa and attend a Shalom House concert event, where they listened to good music and met new people. 

Jerusalem Lights Israel Debut at HHC Caesarea Villa.

Outstanding opera singers. Heart-warming children’s choir. Phenomenal musicians. The international art festival Jerusalem Lights made its Israel debut, last week, and performed for the survivors of the Holocaust at a Shalom House event. Hosted by Helping Hand Coalition, the evening received high praise after the array of talent wowed the audience with a magnificent concert performance!

From Ashes to Glory – October 29th Shalom House

On October 23rd, ten people began a “journey of redemption” that would take them from death to life. Hosted by Radiant Israel and led by Dr.Howard and Janet Morgan, the tour started in Poland, where they spent five days attending a conference and touring Auschwitz-Birkenau. From the ashes of the death camps, the group flew to Israel to witness the ‘glory’ of the Land. 

Poriya Illit Sukkot Celebration

Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, is an eight-day holiday that brings people from around the world to celebrate the feast in the Land of Israel. Most congregate to Jerusalem, where sukkahs fill the streets; however, this year, the real festivities took place in Poriya Illit, located near Tiberias!

Getting to Know You – Dental Treatment Project – Shalom House July 24th

Six years ago, The Dental Treatment Project was born and focuses on bringing dental aid to survivors in need. Partnering with Jewish Voice International, an organization stationed in Arizona, USA, Helping Hand Coalition has helped hundreds of survivors receive financial assistance for major dental work! On July 24th, HHC hosted a concert event for Holocaust survivors living in Or Akiva who participated in the Dental Treatment Project, so they could meet and get to know those involved in creating the project on a deeper level. It was a joyous afternoon, full of smiles and new friendships.