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Requests for Assistance from All Over the World
Requests are flooding into the Tourist Desk at the Department of Public Relations. For the first time, people in wheelchairs can fulfill their dream of visiting Israel, knowing that a full service tourist department can supply their every need – transportation from the airport in specially equipped vans, outfitting of hotel rooms with needed equipment, and much more. In the photo: Director of Tourist Services Nadia Alalu shows a map of locations from where Yad Sarah tourists originate
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So Much More Than Just Wheelchairs!
They asked about borrowing a wheelchair - they received a complete guide to hosting an elderly relative in a safe and accessible environment * Reported by Shani Rosenfeld, director of the Exhibition and Guidance Center at Yad Sarah in Jerusalem * In the photo: Students of Social Work and Health Services, guests from Israel and abroad, come to the Center and get reliable information based on many years of professional experience
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Yad Sarah Reaches Out to Help Muquadam
Meet Muquadam, a two-and-a-half-year-old boy from Tanzania. He came to Israel under the auspices of Save a Child’s Heart (SACH), an NGO that arranges vital operations for children from developing countries in need of cardiac surgery. And Yad Sarah gave him a wheelchair to take home. In the photo: Muquadam with his mother and Yad Sarah Tourism Director Nadia Alalu.
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Joe Appleman Celebrates His 90th Birthday at Yad Sarah
The Yad Sarah family was thrilled and honored to celebrate the 90th birthday of our supporter and loyal friend, Joe Appleman, here at Yad Sarah House in Jerusalem. Joining the festivities were his wife, Florence, his daughters and sons-in-law and many friends. Yad Sarah founder Uri Lupolianski thanked him warmly for his many years of devotion to Yad Sarah and wished him many more years of good health and dedication to his fellow man. By David Rothner* Photo: Menashe Karni**
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In the Solomon Schechter School in Westchester, New York, they do more than just talk about their love for the Jewish state, they do something about it * A group of students got together and decided to bake cakes and hold a bake sale to raise money for Yad Sarah in Jerusalem, an organization best known for its medical equipment lending service* The teens arrived in Israel and headed straight for Yad Sarah’s Jerusalem headquarters with check in hand* They then rolled up their sleeves and helped clean and ready recently returned wheelchairs to be lent out once again to others in need
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Heartwarming, uplifting, unifying, with the promise of great things in the future. Communications Manager Haim Shibi recounts an exciting evening of tribute to our dedicated volunteers. Photos courtesy of the Rehovot municipality. Thanks to the mayor and his team for such a warm welcome for Yad Sarah

They came with smiling faces, radiating pride in their accomplishments and in their association with Yad Sarah. Our family of dedicated volunteers is always ready to give of themselves to support those in need and the wellbeing of Israeli society as a whole. They came to Rehovot's cultural center as the guests of the town and its mayor, Rahamim Malul. They came to celebrate 40 years of giving to hundreds of thousands of Israeli families, from every sector of the population, from the center and from the periphery. The mayor and his staff welcomed all warmly and enthusiastically. The smiles spoke louder than words ever could. It was wonderful to just be together, to exchange ideas, to share memorable experiences. The sentence –“I get back so much more than I receive” – could be heard many times throughout the evening. Dr. Haim Navon, director of Yad Sarah’s Rehovot branch was praised for his dedication to congenial service and for his innovative approach to improving the lives of so many. His strong working relationship with the local municipality was evident and contributes much to his ability to provide special services such as the one for people with visual impairments. Indeed, Mayor Malul was lavish in his praise for Yad Sarah and its steadfast volunteers, citing their great contribution to his city. “It is a great honor to host you here in our city, the winners of the Israel Prize for volunteering, founded by Uri Lupolianski with love for his fellow man and a desire to help others. There is no match for your organization in the number of people you serve and the wide array of services you offer. I doubt there is another organization like yours in the world.” His words were greeted by enthusiastic applause. Malul also remarked that the government doesn’t always provide solutions for “hidden” social problems that exist in Israel, especially in the areas of education and health services. He stated, “If volunteer organizations did not fill the existing void, Israeli society would be very different.” Malul added, “Your wonderful organization cares for those without means, but also for those – who may have the financial means – but are in need of help and support that is unavailable anywhere else. You give to every citizen, religious, traditional or secular, Arab or Jew. This value of giving, of making a difference in the world is a basic part of the Jewish religion. The crowd was treated to a video presentation on the unprecedented scope of volunteer activities in which Yad Sarah is involved: Equipment lending, transportation services for the wheelchair-bound, home hospitalization services, and so much more. Also on the big screen, the crowd viewed greetings from Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu as he related how his family had been helped by Yad Sarah and how much he admired its activities. The video presentation was beautifully prepared by Beni Cohen from the Public Relations and Resource Development Department. “You embody the value of volunteerism and mutual responsibility, fulfilling these principles across the the country by helping those less fortunate. You are a philanthropic empire serving the country in more than 100 branches. I wish many years of rewarding endeavor and good health to Yad Sarah’s founder, Uri Lupolianski.” No one received greater applause than Yad Sarah founder Uri Lupolianski, who spoke from the podium and praised all those present at this most memorable event. He had special words for Mayor Malul who so graciously hosted the evening as well as for the director of the Rehovot branch, Dr. Haim Navon, who was largely responsible for its success. The close cooperation between the two has led to the expansion of services in the city and an intense pride in its volunteer spirit. “Haim is doing a wonderful job for the people of this city, as are you, the volunteers, who come to help the weak, the elderly, and the sick – all in the spirit of “Each one helps the other, saying to one another, “take courage!”” Yad Sarah CEO Moshe Cohen kept a watchful eye on every detail of the proceedings. The evening was produced by the enthusiastic and dedicated staff of the Public Relations and Resource Development Department: Director Sepideh Yom Tov and her able assistant, Haya Cohen, the department’s administrative director, Devora Kalmarsky, and the department’s secretary, Yehudit Fatal. Sepideh emphasized that the municipality reached out to Yad Sarah with a generosity of spirit. “All aspects of the arrangements were handled professionally and with a smile. The certificate of recognition awarded to the mayor and his staff expresses our deep appreciation for all their efforts in making the evening such a rousing success.” Thank-you, Rehovot and thank-you to the mayor and his wonderful team – from all of us at Yad Sarah. Chaim Shibi

Yad Sarah is Now Part of the Fun in Jerusalem Family
When Fun in Jerusalem owner and creator Joanna Shebson was looking for a venue to host her family event, she chose Yad Sarah and became a fan

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Rivka Marchand Guides Tours in Both English and Spanish and Brings Her Special Latin Flair to the Visitor's Center
Meet volunteer Rivka Marchand, who brings a diverse background and much life experience to her job as multi-lingual tour guide at Israel's World of Giving. She is part of a very talented and enthusiastic group of English-speaking tour guides who love Yad Sarah and want to tell you all about it!

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"A Real Tourist Experience"
A delegation from the Tourism Ministry recently visited Israel's World of Giving and had only praise for the newly inaugurated visitor's center. Read here the letter received from Deputy Director-General Ahuva Zaken. In the photo: Malka Melamed and Zelina Ben Gershon, volunteer members of the Tourist Service staff, discussing options for the expansion of tourist services for people with physical disabilities.

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The Geriatric Dental Clinic: More Room for More Patients
Clinic director Dr. Tamar Kartin-Gabbay (in photo): The clinic combines professionalism, a warm welcome, and moderate fees

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Judy Siegel-Itzkovich reports

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An Electrifying and Moving Interactive Experience Connecting You to Yad Sarah’s Special World of Giving and Volunteering

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Yad Sarah to Fight Domestic Abuse in the Negev
Yad Sarah has announced the opening of a Family Center in the western Negev to both treat victims and offer counseling to the perpetrators of domestic violence

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My Granddaughter Also Wants to Become a Yad Sarah Volunteer
Roni Shilo of Efrat talks about the special legacy he and his wife are leaving for their family *In the photo: Roni and wife Pirchia* From a series of articles that introduce volunteers from branches throughout the country. Series creator: Shekedia Cohen

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The Retired Judge Whose Passion for Carpentry Benefits Yad Sarah
At the carpentry shop at the Day Rehabilitation Center at Yad Sarah House in Ra'anana. In the photo: Retired judge Meir Shenhav with his special creation for the children. Photo: Itzik Yansovich

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What is the State Controller Doing in a Wheelchair from Yad Sarah?

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Beit Safafa: Amina Aliyan speaks the Yad Sarah language
YS site reporter Sumiya Al Nabari talks with the director of the Jerusalem Beit Safafa branch

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Yad Sarah's Ofer Shoshani – A Paradigm of Giving
Yad Sarah has become such a vital part of the cultural fabric of the city of Hadera that one of its own has been selected to light an Independence Day beacon – one of twelve – honoring 125 years since Hadera's founding

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Yad Sarah expands its assistance to tourists with disabilities who want to tour Israel
President and founder of Yad Sarah Uri Lupolianski on the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities * photo: A group of tourists from a sheltered housing community in New Jersey at the entrance to Yad Sarah in Jerusalem – the guests visited Jerusalem in Yad Sarah’s wheelchairs

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Bat Mitzvah Tour
By our volunteer YS writer Edna Shmueli

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People with vision impairment can borrow and try out Yad Sarah monitors that magnify texts
Judy Siegel-Itzkovich * Jerusalem Post

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Video: See How We Give

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Emergency beepers available from Yad Sarah to protect lonely and aged
The Jerusalem Post * by By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH

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Come take a walk with me
Come take a walk with me around Yad Sarah House in Jerusalem. It is an enchanted place. Follow me and I will show you the magic

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From New York With Love
Gail and David Weinstein Are Giving A Warm Hand To Yad Sarah

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Better Than Pills and Therapy
Dalia Lahav, a member of Pesek Zman (time out) club, talks with volunteer Ora Maloul, reporter of Yad Sarah internet site

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Love Comes to the Shikumon
Chemda and Amos met at Yad Sarah's Day Rehabilitation Center in Beer Sheva, and decided to get married! Our "family" is elated over this first-time event * Story by Miriam Kopeika

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Salute to a Donor
Lee Friedman, a donor and friend of Yad Sarah, traveled to Israel from the States to see for herself the two vehicles she donated. One (pictured) is a unique van that safely transports the wheelchair-bound.

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