Aliyah Return Center – Weekly Update: February 24

Greetings, dear readers and supporters of the Aliyah Return Center.

We are thrilled to update you on all the work we have been doing this week to help Jewish immigrants and those in need.
One of our main focuses this week was providing food packages for Holocaust survivors in the Galilee region.
It was an honor to serve those who have been through so much and we are grateful for the opportunity to make a difference in their lives.

In addition to this, we also had the pleasure of visiting an archaeological dig with the Beautiful Land Initiative,
and touring Christians and supporters of Israel around our Beit Zera house of worship and volunteer center.
We were also able to deliver goods to those who have come to help in the land,
and continued taking new clothing to our free clothing distribution center.

Our Ulpan school is thriving and we were excited to celebrate the new month of Adar in the Jewish calendar.
Adar is a joyful month that brings with it the holiday of Purim, which celebrates the salvation of the Jewish people from a plot to destroy them in ancient Persia.
We also celebrated Family Day this week, which is a special day in Israel where families spend time together and strengthen their bonds.

As always, we continue to provide housing and support for new immigrants,
lone soldiers, and those in need through our various programs and facilities.
We are grateful for the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those we serve,
and we thank you for your continued support of our mission to help bring the Jewish people home to Israel.


















































































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