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  • Practical Help| Neryaakov

    Practical Help Practical Help for Holocaust Survivors Ner Ya'akov provides "Practical Help" for the last living witnesses of the Holocaust in their private homes and wherever they need help. The volunteers accompany survivors to Hospital and Doctor appointments, clean their homes, help with their shopping, and love to go to survivors' homes and simply just visit them. Ner Ya'akov also helps with financial assistance when there is a need. ​ In the whole of this work, it is the desire for reconciliation that should be expressed above all, in what we are doing. Testimony: "You send young people to Israel to volunteer. Here they meet the survivors and see that we are "real" people. They speak with us and receive the information from the source, the terrible truth, and we treat together with the question: "Why?" All this is so important. They are in our homes and they do a good job. Some of these young volunteers already belong to the third generation after the Holocaust. I bless them! May you continue to work together with Israel and as long as we survivors live, please send many more volunteers, for our good and our future!" - Sima - Click to learn more

  • Police visiting at Ner Yaakov | Neryaakov

    Police visiting at Ner Yaakov Holocaust survivor blesses Police officer Officer and survivor became friends Police officer comforting survivor on Holocaust Remembrance Day Bar.-and Bat Mitzvah for Holocaust survivors At the Bar Mitzvah for Holocaust survivors – Police and Ner Yaakov project

  • Home for Survivors | Neryaakov

    Michael Shnitkovsky Michael Shnitkovsky is a holocaust survivor from Ukraine and has lived in the Ner Yaakov home. You can read about his story in our newsletter on the website here "My name is Alexander Kaplan. I was born in 1928 and have survived the ghetto in Minsk. On February 10th, 2004, I immigrated to Israel from St. Petersburg. I was very weak and sick at that time. Since my arrival, I have been living in the Ner Yaakov home and I like it very much. I receive a lot of help and attention. Because of this good care, I was able to go to the doctors and hospitals. Now I feel a lot better and I am so thankful to the volunteers. They go shopping for me and get everything I need from the shops or the pharmacy, clean my room and sometimes even cook for me. In the house, there is good unity and we help each other in our lives." - Alexander (Passed Away) Alexander Kaplan Raja and Sachar Rotkin Our names are Raja and Sachar Rotkin. Through an invitation from Inge Buhs, we immigrated on 11 July 2001 from St. Petersburg to Israel. Ner Yaakov welcomed us like family into their very hospitable house. They take good care of us and do everything to make it comfortable for us. Since our arrival, we have needed a lot of medical treatments. Selflessly the volunteers have taken us to doctor's appointments. I had several operations and so did my husband Sachar. All of them were complicated! If we had remained in St. Petersburg, we would not have survived. It is impossible to put into words what Ner Yaakov has done for us - and we are thankful from the depths of our hearts. We wish you good health and long life!" - Raja - Raja and Sachar Rotkin lived approximately 11 years in the home. Both passed away in 2012 after a long illness

  • Contact us | Neryaakov

    Newletter PO Box 31540, Jerusalem, 91001, Israel / 972-2-673-4458 Name email Title Message Submit Thank you for your attention! ​