Israel is home to immigrants from all over the world who have made Aliyah throughout the years.
Many, like Israel’s sizable Ethiopian community, have escaped persecution for being Jewish—and have come to Israel for a sense of hope and security. For them, it often meant leaving their properties and belongings behind to live in a new land, with a new language, new culture, and new customs.
With no assistance, the transition process can be long and complicated.
Vision for Israel and the Jewish Agency have worked together for years at absorption centers—donating vital goods like food, clothing, blankets, baby supplies, furniture, electronics— and even medical aid.