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their 90th birthday, the first twins born in Tel Aviv choose Yad Sarah
Yad Sarah's initiative helps mourners with special needs reach the grave of their loved ones who fell in battle defending our country
is the story of carpenter Hanoch Mandelbaum who built the table from which was
read the Declaration of Independence of the new State of Israel on 5 Iyar, 5708
(1948)* Volunteer Shekedia Cohen reports.
Special report on the occasion of Holocaust
Remembrance Day 2018 by Edna Heisrik (photographed during an event for
survivors at Yad Sarah), Director of the Department for Holocaust Survivors in
the Division of Home and Community Services
Yad Sarah volunteers get so much more than they give. Read more about how you, too, can become part of the Yad Sarah family
five-session course, in conjunction with the Ministry of Tourism, provides
guides with the tools and information to help them guide trips attended by
people with special needs. Twenty-five guides are participating in the course.
To meet the survivors face to face - to see the love and the warm welcome of the volunteer staff * Report by Edna Hishrick, Director of the Department for Holocaust Survivors in the Home and Community Services Department Photos: David Rothner
Last week, veteran Yad Sarah volunteer Vivian London had the pleasure of hosting the choir from her alma mater, the Ramaz School in New York City.
Yad Sarah continues to lead a revolution in the field of
medical equipment and introduces portable oxygen generators that saves lives!
Dr. Ihab Mansour with assistant Yasmeen Ella and driver Solo Haimberg
For an hour and a
half you will enjoy an interactive and moving tour of the special world that is
Yad Sarah. Actor Dvir Benedek accompanies visitors- on film- throughout the
tour at the visitor's center.
Students from abroad will learn about the work of
Yad Sarah. * Report by Avraham Karni, Yad Sarah volunteer
Yad Sarah's volunteer van drivers are a very special group, as evidenced by this moving letter sent to the director of the YadSaraVan service, Yaron Aviv. *In the photo: Bat-El and her team members
capital of the Negev, Yad Sarah takes its hat off to the many volunteers and
participants who worked together to achieve this milestone * Photos: Tzlilla
Report by Edna
Hishrick, Director of Holocaust Survivors Department * Photo courtesy of the
Western Wall Heritage Foundation
Yad Sarah is once again making dreams come true for people
with disabilities – with another exciting visit to an historic location, this
time the Western wall in Jerusalem's Old City. It is just one more stride
forward in realizing everyone's right to travel and explore anywhere in Israel.