On May 30th, Helping Hand Coalition opened its headquarters in Caesarea to two groups of survivors of the Holocaust. Arriving from Ashdod and Hadera, the forty-four survivors wore bright smiles in anticipation of what the afternoon would bring. Gracing the villa with his anointed music, a renowned concert violinist blew the audience away with a performance to remember. Also present were Jeff Shelton with his group and Harald Eckert, Director of Christen an der Seite Israels.
April 28th, 2022 – WWII Refugees organizations from the cities of Rishon LeZion, Ashdod, Hadera, Or Akiva, Haifa, Netanya and more received NK95 type face masks for their survivors of the Holocaust. […]
February 23rd, 2022 – Victims of the Holocaust, WWII Refugees and War Veterans from the cities of Migdal Haemek, Hadera, Maalot, Rehovot receiving elegant dress shoes shipped all the way from Germany […]
🇺🇸 February 22nd, 2022 – Over 500 brand new heaters were donated in January and February during the coldest weather experienced this winter in Israel. All of the heaters were donated to […]
February 7th, 2022 – Over 100 victims of the Holocaust and residents of Hadera hostel received hygienic products. Many of the elderly were very happy about the donation and said that it […]
January 25th, 2022 – Heaters were donated to the survivors of the Holocaust and WWII veterans in Hadera – a new group of 270 members who joined the Helping Hand Coalition Global […]
‘Tis the season of Hanukkah, the time of year where menorahs are lit, dreidels are spun, and sufganiyot are enjoyed at the expense of our waistlines.
On November 4th, Helping Hand Coalition welcomed twenty ghetto survivors from Helping Hand Global Forum Hadera, an organization of Ghetto survivors, to its headquarters for a Shalom House event.
October 25th was another stunning day in Caesarea as twenty-two survivors of the Holocaust arrived at Helping Hand Coalition’s headquarters for a Shalom House.
On July 12th, twenty-eight survivors of the Holocaust from Hadera traveled to Caesarea for a welcoming ceremony as they became the newest members of Helping Hand Global Forum.
June 23rd was a morning of love and wonder as representatives from Helping Hand Coalition and survivors of the Holocaust gathered in Hadera for a Shalom House concert.
COVID-19 has been difficult for people all over the world, especially for the elderly; nevertheless, after a year apart, no one had forgotten the melody of love!