28.1.2020, Refugees from the Foundation of Holocaust Victims (Haifa, chairman of the board Alexander Volk) visited the association, “Helping Hand Coalition – HHC” at the HHC Caesarea Villa.
The co-founders of the association, Andre Gasiorowski and Bozena Gasiorowski – the director of the Shalom House Project – and the volunteers of the association warmly welcomed the elderly people who came from Haifa. They were also joined by guests from England, Germany, and a representative from the third generation of Holocaust survivors from Tel Aviv.
Helping Hand Coalition, who helps thousands of survivors of the Holocaust, organized the event to mark this remembrance day and continues its extensive cultural activities, preserving the memory of the Holocaust and distributing groceries to survivors with a total value of over 10 million shekels.
January 27th was the 75th anniversary of Auschwitz’s liberation along with the observance of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The first event of this year, Helping Hand Coalition, invited more than 150 survivors of the Holocaust from Hadera, Netanya, Haifa, and surrounding cities to attend a memorial to the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust. It was an emotional event that brought up past pains, but it also allowed the survivors to speak about the importance of remembering this horrific period in history.
Representatives from 41 countries will attend an event in Jerusalem to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Helping Hand Coalition will also be investing 10 million shekels towards helping the survivors, this year!
Helping Hand Coalition, which helps thousands of survivors of the Holocaust, will mark this year’s Memorial Day with an extensive cultural activity, preserving the memory of the Holocaust and will begin distributing this year’s support to survivors of the Holocaust across the country, worth over ten million shekels in total.
After three days of dark skies and more rain than most roofs in Israel can handle, on January 6th, the sun showed its face, and the skies once again became a glorious shade of blue. 2020 is a year of new beginnings, and to help us welcome in this new decade, seventeen survivors from Beit Cham, located in Haifa and led by Gala, came to the HHC Caesarea Villa for the first time.
More than 15,000 survivors of the Holocaust received assistance from Helping Hand Coalition Israel, a nonprofit organization, that raised millions of shekels, this year!
כ-550 ניצולי שואה וכ-150 תיירים מאסיה חגגו השבוע באירוע מרגש לקראת חג חנוכה בעיר טבריה ביוזמת עמותת יד לעזרה ישראל ו”אסיה פסיפיק” סדרת אירועים שמתקיימים החודש, מפגישים בין הניצולים המספרים את סיפורם […]
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.
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.