Artists from around the world give their works to Holocaust survivors.
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– Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Nes Cijona. We played five days in a row with the audience. The performance “Irena Sendler-Justice” won the hearts of the Israeli audience. There were tears, there were a lot of conversations, there was a very good and warm welcome – writes Jarosław Papis, a Polish Jew, head of the Hatikva Foundation, producer of the show shown in Poland and Israel.
“Israel and Poland are interested in and must overcome the misunderstandings to reach agreements and upgrade their diplomatic relations. This is not the time for quarrels and disputes between the countries,” says Dr.Andre Gasiorowski, chairman of the World Forum for Helping Israel, for a round table workshop on the topic. Improving relations between Poland and Israel on Monday, July 1 at the Daniel Abraham Center for Strategic Dialogue at Netanya Academic College.
Helping Hand Coalition is constantly looking for people to get involved in working with Holocaust survivors and bringing aid to those who are alone and without simple commodities. For one very special night, on June 22nd, HHC hosted a charity pop-up and auction to help the dreams of seven special Holocaust survivors come true.
For more than ten years, Helping Hand Coalition has worked with March of Life, a non-profit organization based in Germany, to spread awareness of anti-Semitism and also bring aid to Holocaust Survivors […]
For a second time this week, a Shalom House was hosted at the Caesarea villa. Opening the event, Andre and Bozena Gasiorowski welcomed the survivors from ‘Children of the War’ in Netanya, […]
On June 24th, twenty Holocaust survivors from Hadera joined HHC and our guests for a concert at the Caesarea Villa. Also joining us this afternoon was a tour group, called MAGI, from America led by Jeff and Carol Shelton.
On June 17th, 2019, a Shalom House concert event took place at the HHC villa in Caesarea. Hosted by Alyosha and Jody Ryabinov, the afternoon brought two groups of people together to make memories that will be treasured forever.
It was a night of all nights! The International Convention Center in Haifa was filled with more than 2,000 guests coming from all over the world, 1,000 Holocaust survivors and World War II veterans brought in busloads by Helping Hand Coalition, also broadcasting to 180 countries worldwide – reaching over 500 million viewers.
Being in a room with Holocaust Survivors never loses its spark. June 10th’s Shalom House was once again hosted at Helping Hand Coalition’s villa in Caesarea. There were a couple of familiar faces as ghetto survivors from Hadera graced us with their presence for an afternoon that was beautiful and emotional.
This week, things were a little different for our Shalom House. Due to unforeseen circumstances, today’s event was moved to Alyosha and Jody Ryabinov’s house. Graciously, they hosted twenty Holocaust survivors from […]