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Cafe Europa has been bustling with exciting activities! Vision for Israel is honored to have sponsored many events in the past few weeks, including the following:

 

Tali Ginsberg, a physiotherapist, gave an excellent lecture about adding life to our years. She explained how keeping active as much as possible is beneficial, and she taught exercises that everyone can do to keep their bodies strong.

 

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Vision for Israel supports Tidhar School, which hosts children with special needs who mostly come from low socioeconomic backgrounds and are considered at-risk. We fund different activities to enrich the children's learning experience and broaden their worldviews. As part of the main theme for this school year, Jerusalem, the students went to visit two museums, sponsored by Vision for Israel. Students in 4th through 6th grades visited the Music Museum. As part of the activity, the children went through the different rooms and discovered instruments from different countries.

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Vision for Israel has been assisting victims of terror for many years. We have been encouraging, building and rehabilitating the lives of people who have gone through the worst situations and saw destruction before their eyes. We have been collaborating with the organization for victims of terror to hold different events. The purpose of these events is to help the victims and their families to get out of their homes on enjoyable outings, since many of them suffer from financial and emotional difficulties and cannot go on social events.

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“The eyes of the Lord are on the righteous and his ears are attentive to their cry; but the face of the Lord is against those who do evil, to blot out their name from the earth.” Ps 34: 15-16

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“You are my servant Israel, in whom I will display my splendor.” Isa. 49:3

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Who doesn't love to snuggle with a warm blanket in the winter?

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Showers of blessing came down over Israel in the past week. Although rain is considered a blessing for the earth, for many needy families, the rain poses a daily challenge and makes life more difficult in certain aspects.Many people suffer from lack of clothes, and when they wash their clothes, they don't have a way to dry them since they can't hang them outside. Vision for Israel donated a dryer to a needy family this week. The family includes a single parent with 2 children who live in a one-room apartment. The dryer will help them dry their clothes quickly and efficiently.

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Ilanit, one of our recipients, has had a pretty tough life. Her father abandoned her family when she was a young girl, and her mother raised her by herself. When Ilanit was 14 years old, her mother died, leaving her alone, an orphan. Ilanit went to a boarding school, joined the army at 18 and tried to rebuild her life. She got married and had a little girl, but her husband became addicted to gambling and caused the family to fall into severe debt, and she divorced him.

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Many Holocaust survivors don't go out for recreation due to poor health or financial and emotional difficulties. This past week, we got to fund a fun activity for the dear survivors. The group was treated to a play at the Gesher Theater in Jaffa. Vision for Israel sponsored both the transportation to the theater and the tickets for the show. For some, it was the first time they watched a play in Israel. The organizer of the event wrote us, saying, "The evening was wonderful. The people enjoyed every moment and especially the play, which was at a very high cultural level.

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“This city will bring me renown, joy, praise and honor before all nations on earth that hear of all the good things I do for it; and they will be in awe and will tremble at the abundant prosperity and peace I provide for it.” Jer 33: 8-9

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