Heating Houses, Warming Hearts
Winter has set in, and Chai Ami is flooded with requests from destitute families who can’t afford heating equipment, electricity, or even blankets. It’s cold outside, but it’s even colder inside when there’s no one to help. Families are unprepared for winter, and the elderly, small children, and even babies are shivering.
For the third consecutive year, Chai Ami is distributing heaters and blankets to poor families in Israel to help them get through the winter.
Join us in this special endeavor and contribute generously to ensure that no family is without heat this winter! Your donation not only heats the houses, but also warms their hearts and souls!
Excerpted from thank you letters written last year following the success of our Heating Houses Project:
Gush Etzion Foundation
We’d like to express our gratitude for your donation of blankets for the elderly and children in Shiluv (educational campus for children with special-needs) in Gush Etzion. Thanks to special people like you…dozens of children and elderly are enjoying a pleasant, warmer winter.
--Shani Simkowitz, Chairwoman of the Gush Etzion Foundation
Department of Welfare, Regional Council of Matte Binyamin
Following the wonderful partnership and cooperation that we enjoy throughout the year in supporting families… Especially prior to the winter months, when I approached your organization with a request for heaters and blankets for needy families… My appeal was warmly received…and the response was almost immediate as the gifts were delivered to our door in short time.
Rotem Tal, LSW, Manager of Donations
Department of Welfare, Beit-El
Dear Chai Ami,
On behalf of myself and families in the care of the Department of Welfare in Beit-El, I want to thank you profusely for the delicious, warm blankets…
Dorit Shitrit, LSW, Clubs & Family
Department of Welfare of Shomron Regional Council
We express our heartfelt gratitude for your generous gift of blankets and radiators to disadvantaged families. May you enjoy great blessing in all your endeavors…
Anat Tzafrir, Shomron Department of Welfare