May 25th, 2022 – Thanks to C4I Germany, Victims of the Holocaust from Netanya are getting brand new walkers that were locally purchased. Walkers are a great help and support for the […]
May 22nd, 2022 – More high quality KN-95 face masks were distributed to the victims of the Holocaust in Or Akiva. Even though mask mandate had been cancelled in most places, the […]
May 12th 2022 – Amazing times with GAiN Germany team visiting Victims of the Holocaust in Or Akiva. As soon as restrictions for entering Israel were eased, visitors started coming! The elderly […]
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. […]
April 27th, 2022 – Haifa, Netanya and Ashkelon disabled individuals and single mothers of disabled children, and Or Akiva families in need received financial aid in the form of gift grocery cards […]
More than 100 Families and Individuals Were Blessed with Donation from Christians for Israel Germany in Or Akiva
Ongoing and unceasing blessings showered upon victims of the Holocaust and elderly in need, in the city of Or Akiva.
April 5th, 2022 – Hundreds of victims of Holocaust all over Israel benefited from a massive distribution of gift grocery cards before the Passover celebration: -close to 100 ghetto survivors and WWI […]
March 6th, 2022 – More survivors of the Holocaust are added to the GAiN Sponsorship Program, this time the elderly from Or Akiva and Netanya areas. The individuals were so excited to […]
🇺🇸 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 […]
January 18th, 2022 – More survivors of the Holocaust from Or Akiva were added to the GAiN Sponsorship Program. Thanks to GAiN Germany, they will be connected with a German friend sponsor […]
Welcoming in the New Year, a celebration was hosted in a restaurant in Or Akiva with 150 survivors of the Holocaust and WWII veterans from Or Akiva and Hadera.
As the world begins to anticipate the approach of a new year, hundreds of victims of the Holocaust nationwide are receiving financial aid