Neve Hanna

Meet Cameron Fields, Young Leadership Chair

American Friends of Neve HannaNew Board OfficerCameron Fields, Young Leadership NEW YORK, September 10, 2020 -- American Friends of Neve Hanna (AFNH) proudly announces Cameron Fields for Young Leadership. Cameron is a senior at Central Regional High School in Bayville, New Jersey. She currently serves as Chairperson for USY Hagalil's Abraham Joshua Heschel, where she… Continue reading Meet Cameron Fields, Young Leadership Chair

Welcome to the Neve Hanna Yeladudes Bakery

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

Streetlight: Children spreading light throughout the community

Neve Hanna Children’s Home, in Kiryat Gat, Israel, provides a loving home for at-risk children from dysfunctional families. In 2009, with the initiative of a staff member, a group gathered, to begin a Teenage “Good Deeds” Youth Welfare Club where the children could be actively involved and engaged in Tikkun Olam, a Jewish way of… Continue reading Streetlight: Children spreading light throughout the community

Streetlight: At-risk youth care for disadvantaged families in Kiryat Gat, Israel and the surrounding area

The American Friends of Neve Hanna (AFNH) is the non-profit children’s organization for the Neve Hanna Children’s Home in Kiryat Gat, Israel. From its beginnings in 1973, Neve Hanna has provided a warm and loving home for at-risk children from disadvantaged families. With its successful individualized therapeutic programs, projects and extracurricular activities, Neve Hanna Children’s… Continue reading Streetlight: At-risk youth care for disadvantaged families in Kiryat Gat, Israel and the surrounding area

Happy Passover!

Passover 2020/5780 Dear Friends, Our last newsletter reached you around Chanukah, later than usual, because we wanted to report about the special activities, which took place last fall. Nevertheless, we want to go back to last fall and share some additional events that took place during that time frame. Just a few weeks ago, the… Continue reading Happy Passover!