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THE WORK OF PTWF (video)

                   

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Elderly Holocaust survivors from Eastern Europe living in North Jerusalem are assisted by Pave the Way Foundation 

Pave the Way Foundation director in Israel Sam Philipe, locates specific unfilled needs of all in Israel. Sam initiated our project baby where PTWF assisted poor Jewish, Christian and Muslim mothers received gift baskets of one month supplies of baby formula , diapers and toys.

Sam ask us to intercede on behalf of poor Holocaust survivors living in subsidized "Beit Gil Hazahav" housing in Jerusalem, These people only recently emigrated to Israel from the former Soviet Union. The down blankets we distributed provide warmth for them during the winter months. We have distributed hundreds of blankets so far in different facilities at Beit Gilhazav, Jerusalem

We gratefully acknowledge the financial assistance for this project from:

The supporters of and  the Board of Directors and Advisors of Pave the Way Foundation

IIchlu Reim-  Rabbi Uriel Malul  and Dalia Hillman

Sam and Shirley Philipe

Rabbi Joseph Potasnik  NY Board of Rabbis

The Jewish Community of Santa Barbara, California  Mr. Michael Ressler

Harry Epstein

Norman Weisfeld

Arthur Spiegel

Cornelius Matwijecky 

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PTWF Treasurer Harry Epstein distributing blankets     

Harry Epstein and Gary and Meredith Krupp of PTWF distributing blankets

    

Shriley Philpe of PTWF handing blankets to the needy

         

Gary Krupp acknowledges those who contributed to this project  PTWF Volunteer Michael Barbuck distribute blankets

 

   

In addition to the blankets project, Ichloo Reim  Rabbi Uriel Malul  (above right) runs a soup kitchen where they provide meals for these needy people. They only have the funds for one meal a month and so we are seeking help from anyone who wishes to participate in this project and provide meals once a week.. The cost is $3500 for 258 meals per week for one month.