Today, November 11th, a concert styled Shalom House was hosted at the Caesarea Villa. Fifteen survivors from a hostel in Hadera, led by Tova, were welcomed with opened arms, though it took time for the group to reciprocate the hosts’ warmth.
At one-thirty on Friday, November 8th, the Caesarea Villa was filled with music as Alyosha Ryabinov began to play mesmerizing tunes on the grand piano. Joining Helping Hand Coalition for this concert event were fifteen survivors from Survivors of Nazism, based in Netanya, and thirteen special guests from Abraham Ministries, led by Werner and Regula Woiwode.
Traveling half-way around the world, from a city called Morro Bay, five individuals arrived in Israel to serve the Jewish people and the survivors of the Holocaust. Their first stop, Caesarea. Guided […]
250 tourists from Poland hosted and celebrated Sukkot with hundreds of survivors of the Holocaust in the Jerusalem area.
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.
Gathering in the Caesarea Villa on a rainy day, fifteen survivors from “Survivors of Nazism,” an organization that is based in Hadera, joined HHC for a concert styled Shalom House.
This episode will reveal the unknown role of Art-B in the secret operation of the transfer of the first wave of 150,000 of Jews from the Soviet Union to Israel, which took place under the code name Operation Bridge (the Aliyah).
250 evangelical Christians from Poland celebrate Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, with 220 survivors.
HHC welcomed twenty Holocaust survivors from “Children of the War” based in Netanya to the Caesarea villa to celebrate the last day of Sukkot with Alyosha and Jody Ryabinov and a group from Hong Kong called Succat Daveed.
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!
Thousands of food baskets and grocery vouchers have been distributed to survivors of the Holocaust across the country before Rosh HaShanah and the Jewish holidays by Helping Hand Coalition activists and volunteers.
On September 24, 2019, a group of Holocaust survivors from the city of Akko visited the volunteers of the Helping Hand Coalition to celebrate the Jewish New Year. Alexander and Cecilia Dietze […]