By Rabbi Robert Dobrusin Forty years ago, when I was a rabbinical student in Israel, our program called for us to do a “service project” in the spirit of volunteerism and in order to learn about an area of Israeli society. Many of my classmates became part-time Rabbis in Masorti (Conservative) congregations throughout Israel. I… Continue reading A Loving Home
In 2006, the idea to establish the Yeladudes Bakery came after Director Dudu Weger and Founder Hanni Ullman z“l of the Neve Hanna Children’s Home, visited the Hershey Company in Hershey, Pennsylvania. They were inspired by how Milton Hershey had founded an industrial school for orphans at the beginning of the 20th century, thus enabling… Continue reading Welcome to the Neve Hanna Yeladudes Bakery
By Lisa Pollack Neve Hanna Children's Home I work for The American Friends of Neve Hanna (AFNH), a non-profit organization for Neve Hanna Children’s Home in Kiryat Gat, Israel. From its inception in 1973, Neve Hanna has provided a warm and loving home for children from disadvantaged families. They are the children of Russian, Ethiopian,… Continue reading My Week Volunteering at Neve Hanna Children’s Home
With its third year of "The Path to Bread" comes huge success. We have seen the static behavioral pattern change and improve between the children and their parents. Three years ago, Neve Hanna Children's Home developed a unique program designed as a baking workshop for children and parents aiming at the following aspects: Improving the… Continue reading The Path to Bread is a road to success!