SHEKEL's "living in the community" apartment residents in Ramat Gan, initiated and organized an evening of "Remembrance at Home" to commemorate Remembrance Day for the Holocaust and Heroism.
Enjoying the best of both worlds is always the best option, and SHEKEL's vocational rehabilitation team in Jerusalem proved this beyond doubt when Jewish and Moslem team members celebrated both religious festivals together, at a delicious and spirited festive meal, complete with a great barbeque!
A group from SHEKEL's 'Independent Living' program joined forces with Keshet High School pupils to bake Hamantaschen for Ukranian refugees!
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On the fourth light of Hanukah, SHEKEL and ‘HaMetzion – Chain of Second Hand Stores’, launched a new collection center at the underground parking lot of Modi’in’s Azrieli mall, intended as a drop off point for donations of clothing, household goods, jewelry, books and toys.
Though for over a year, the pandemic prevented SHEKEL's "Living in the General Community" apartment residents from going on vacation, some 200 SHEKEL apartment residents and their support teams just proved they didn't for a minute forget how to have a blast!
Rami Zemah, a graduate of SHEKEL's "Passport to the Community", participated in the joint SHEKEL-Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design program "Creating a Bond – Dialogue Through Art".
At the "Tzavta" Eddie Shore kindergarten complex, located in Jerusalem's Gonenim neighborhood, SHEKEL gives tens of 3-6 year-old kids with special needs the opportunity to enjoy an extended kindergarten day as an integral part of Jerusalem's general kindergarten community.
At a moving end-of-year concert, the Israel Integrative Orchestra ascended the stage and proved to the packed audience of 150 people that music has no limitations or boundaries.
HaMezion's great heart and even greater bargains, are now available to even more people at more locations!
A fascinating day-tour, highlighting some of SHEKEL’s exceptional initiatives and programs, was undertaken by SHEKEL president, Ms. Lihi Lapid, together with chairman, Haim Ariel, and various board members. Led by SHEKEL CEO, Clara Feldman, the tour focused on SHEKEL’s Jerusalem-based programs.
SHEKEL’s “Yachad” leisure and enrichment club, for 12-30 year-olds with special needs, didn’t let the pandemic stop them in their tracks.