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Celebration: More than 1 million dollars donated to Israel in 2021

Recently, we celebrated with our great friends and partners in ministry, Sam Grundwerg and Shmulik Fried of Keren Hayesod. They gave a great report of the impact we have made together in the nation of Israel. We know that none of this is possible without our great ministry partners, family and friends like you.

Donating more than one million dollars this past year, we have supported Israel through renovating bomb shelters, caring for Holocaust survivors, saving lives with our mobile ICU units, helping children traumatized by rocket attacks, and helping many olim to make aliyah to their homeland, Israel.

For 2022, we pledged another one million for this year to be a part of what God is doing in the nation of Israel. Isaiah 49:22 says, “See, I will give a signal to the Gentiles, and they shall carry your little sons back to you in their arms, and your daughters on their shoulders”. You can be a part of blessing Israel today while fulfilling Bible prophecy.

Your gifts will go to bringing home Ethiopian Jews who are in dire need of being rescued through our featured outreach, Project Aliyah

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Hand Delivering Hope in A Box

One of our greatest outreaches is providing for elderly Jews and Holocaust survivors.

Close to 7,500 of these elderly Jewish people are living in one of our Amigour homes where together with our partner agency in Israel we provide for them to live independently, yet remain connected to many unique social services that Larry Huch Ministries and friends like you help fund.

These safe housing units are caring environments that empower elderly Jews, like Hannah. She was a young, eight-year-old when her parents were hauled away by the Nazis to a concentration camp. She had to forage for food just to survive. That feeling of helplessness has stayed with Hannah into her adult years. Fortunately, she was able to make aliyah to Israel and now lives in one of our homes.

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LHM’s Compassion in Action: Saving Lives and Supporting Traumatized Children 

Several southern Israeli cities recently came under intense attack as a barrage of rocket fire from Gaza continued for days. Elderly Jews and Holocaust survivors faced ongoing fears of knowing that emergency alert sirens could, and would, sound at a moment’s notice.

Fortunately, at one of our partner homes in Ashkelon, each floor had a bomb shelter for elderly Jewish women and men to take quick refuge.

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Thousands say ‘Never Again’ at March of the Living in Poland

Pastor Larry Huch plus LHM staff attended this year’s March of the Living in Poland.
This annual event is a living remembrance of the Jewish victims of the Auschwitz— Birkenau death camp. Over 13,000 people marched in honor of the many millions of innocent lives lost during this tragic time. his annual event contrasts the death marches Jews were forced to take by Nazi soldiers who shot those who fell or who lagged behind.

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