It’s been a crazy month for the Jewish orphanage formerly from Zhitomer, Ukraine.
Their old building is now a bombed-out pile of rubble, but they are safe and sound in Israel.
They escaped just in time, and through miracle after miracle arrived safely in Romania. That’s where we met them. Remember when Josh Wander drove all night to deliver food, toys, and an Israeli chef to them in that beautiful hotel? Remember when they touched down in Tel Aviv and were greeted by hundreds of cheering people?
That was only a few weeks ago!
Thank God, the orphanage was given a temporary home in the mountaintop village of Nes Harim, just outside of Jerusalem. They no longer have to worry about bombs, starvation, or survival. They have heated rooms, beds to sleep in, and food to eat.
But they still have needs! The orphanage’s main concern right now is being ready in time for the fast-approaching holiday of Passover.
Passover is a seven-day holiday that requires more intense preparation and expense than other holidays.
And for a refugee orphanage that escaped from a Ukrainian winter to an Israeli spring, the needs are even greater. Meaning, the orphans need new clothing for the warm weather, but the orphanage doesn’t have the money!
You can clothe them!
Also, in order to prepare and serve the 20+ festival meals, the orphanage needs new kitchenware. This includes pots, pans, cooking utensils, tableware, and silverware for 100 kids plus staff and families.
The great news is that after Passover, the orphanage will continue using all of the kitchenware for the rest of the year and beyond. This means that your donation will be supporting the orphanage for years to come!
What an impact, what a blessing!
Donate now to supply the orphanage and new Israeli orphans with brand new clothing and kitchenware.
And there is hope for your future - the word of Hashem - and your children will return to their border.
וְיֵשׁ ־תִּקְוָ֥ה לְאַחֲרִיתֵ֖ךְ נְאֻם ־יְהוָ֑ה וְשָׁ֥בוּ בָנִ֖ים לִגְבוּלָֽם
- Jeremiah 31:16
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A letter from our founder, Rabbi Tuly Weisz
I started Israel365 in 2012 as an email to friends and family. The goal was to connect the Lovers of Israel with the Land and People of Israel, every day of the year.
“It is a land which Hashem God looks after, on which Hashem your God always keeps His eye, from year’s beginning to year’s end.” (Deuteronomy 11:12)
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