About 550 survivors of the Holocaust and 150 visitors from around the world celebrated this week with an exciting event for Hanukkah in the city of Tiberias initiated by Israel and the Asia Pacific.
In a large, spacious, party venue, 600 survivors of the Holocaust and 120 guests from around the world came together to celebrate Chanukah. The event, organized by Shalom Israel, who has been partnering with Helping Hand Coalition for over a decade, was full of joy, hope, love, unity, and life, putting a smile on everyone’s faces and impacting the lives of those in attendance. Music was enjoyed, dancing shoes were put on, and hearts overflowed with love and appreciation.
Maariv: Food, Clothing, and More Were Distributed to Thousands of Survivors and Their Families for Hanukkah
With Hanukkah approaching, thousands of survivors of the Holocaust and their families were given a variety of products, sneakers, slips, food baskets, handicapped chairs, diapers and more, on the initiative of the Israeli organization, Helping Hand Coalition. At the same time, Singaporean tourists hosted survivors in Jerusalem this week, donating and celebrating life with them.
Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, is quickly approaching. In festive spirits, a group of twenty of survivors from the Belarusian Refugee Community, based in Netanya and led by Jenia, came to the HHC Caesarea Villa for an afternoon of music, stories, community, and joy.
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.
150 Singaporean tourists hosted dozens of survivors of the Holocaust from Jerusalem this week.
A series of events taking place this month will bring together survivors who wish to tell their story to tourists who are committed to helping distribute thousands of food baskets to survivors.
Aviv for survivors of the Holocaust works tirelessly to improve their standard of living.
Today, November 25th, we celebrated Alyosha Ryabinov’s birthday at the Caesarea Villa. Joining in with the celebration were Alyosha and Jody’s German friend, Claudia, and her 93-year-old mother, Christa, and eighteen survivors from Survivors of Nazism, based in Netanya.
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!
A delegation of 30 businessmen and government from Guatemala visit Israel, on the eve of President Giammattei’s visit in December, to examine economic cooperation. The delegation, which this week visited the Shalom House in Caesarea, the embassy in Jerusalem, and in the Knesset, is hosting an Israeli aid organization. ==
At a time of uncertainty and unrest, countries need to support one another. On November 14th, forty people from around the world came to the Caesarea Villa to spend time with survivors of the Holocaust and bless the land of Israel. Radiant Israel sponsored the concert event, while Don and Marta Patten were the hosts.
On November 13th, as rockets were still being fired into Israel from Gaza, thirty survivors from Pardes Hana and Katzir arrived at the Caesarea Villa for a Shalom House event unlike any other.