As the cost of living in Israel rises, the country’s struggling working class wonders how it will survive the Rosh Hashanah holiday. A unique opportunity to donate to Meir Panim is still available before time runs out.
As the Jewish new year approaches, Shiloh Israel Children’s Fund is there to ensure that every child suffering from terror-induced trauma is properly cared for. Rosh Hashanah is more than the Jewish New Year. It’s more than dramatic shofar blasts and dipping apples into honey. Rosh Hashanah is also about family. It is a time... Read more »
With the Rosh Hashanah holiday quickly approaching, the Jewish nation is in a process of self-reflection, assessing the past year’s actions and creating the coming year’s goals. But for Israel’s staggering 1.7 million impoverished Israelis, figuring out how to get their next meal and keep a roof over their heads is enough of a goal.