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!
April 20th, 2021 – Huge thanks to C4I Germany – 300 WWII Refugees and Ghetto survivors from the Beit Shemesh area (close to Jerusalem) and Hadera have been and will be receiving […]
March 10th, 2021 – As celebrations for the International Women’s day are ongoing nationwide, hundreds of amazing ladies – Victims of the Holocaust and WWII Refugees – in Ashdod, Netanya, Haifa, Hadera […]
August 10th, 2020 – Thanks to the generosity of German organization “Back to Zion“, more Ghetto survivors from Hadera received brand new walkers, delivered right to their doorstep by the representatives of […]
July 23rd, 2020 – Over 160 WWII Ghetto survivors from several different cities have been blessed with the great donation of brand-new canes and walkers. The medical/mobility equipment was purchased by the […]
July 21st, 2020 – Thanks to GAiN Germany, Hadera nursing home and local elderly hostel, Rishon leZion foundation «Rishon Shelanu» and Haifa municipality received second hand walkers and wheelchairs for Survivors of […]
The Shalom House Project hits the road! After months of cancelled events and a nationwide lockdown, it was a thrill to gather in small groups with the survivors of the Holocaust and celebrate life amid this season of Covid-19. With strict restrictions in place to prevent the virus’ spread, the team travelled to hostels and a meeting hall to perform, share, gift, commemorate, encourage, and celebrate with the survivors.
On February 24th, Hope Alive, a group from the south of Germany, was invited to the HHC Caesarea Villa to perform a play about a lost son and loving father. The afternoon was exceptional, as love was poured out and received by each person in attendance.
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.
December 4th, 2019 – It’s the first Shalom House of December. Afternoons are still sunny, but cool, and seven ladies came from Hadera to the March of Life Villa wearing warm clothes. […]