Tag Archives: Ten Kavod

Laughing Like Old Friends – The story of Isette Haroni and Esther Gavliker

When Tami Neeman, the coordinator for the Ten Kavod program in Yavne, reached out to her friend Isette Hadoni, 48, who works in a kindergarten, to suggest she participate in the program, Isette hesitated a bit. “I didn’t know if … Continue reading

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Sharing Words Of Torah Over A Cup Of Coffee – Ten Kavod Hevel Sorek: The Story of David Nissim and David Cohen

David Nissim  David Nissim was born in 1952 in the immigrant absorption camp of Tsrifin to a family of Iranian olim (immigrants). He served in the IDF in the Sinai Peninsula during the Yom Kippur war and worked his whole … Continue reading

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I Saved My Sister’s Life Thanks To a First Aid Course I Took With The Ten Kavod Project

My name is Moriah Dorfman. I am an 18-year-old girl from Bat Yam and I recently saved the life of my 6-year-old sister. This past June I completed a first-aid course that I took through United Hatzalah as part of … Continue reading

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“Like One Of Our Children” – Ten Kavod Yokneam The Story of Daniel Goldman and Nissim and Jacqueline Ben-Ezra

Daniel Goldman – Daniel Goldman is a volunteer EMT with United Hatzalah and has been part of the Ten Kavod project for the past three years. He lives with his wife and two children in their home in Yokneam.  For … Continue reading

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A Shining Light and a Breath of Fresh Air

Suzanna Sharivker-    Suzanna is a student studying water industry engineering in the Kinneret Academic College. She originally hails from the city of Ashdod but currently lives in a kibbutz called Tel Katzir, located to the south of the Kinneret. … Continue reading

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Hanging Out Like Old Friends

Elisheva Meier-   Elisheva is a 42-year-old wife and mother of 5 who made Aliyah with her family to Neve Daniel in recent years. She studies nursing at the Hadassah school of nursing and volunteers as an EMT for United … Continue reading

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Visits to a Senior Citizen With a Heart Full of Love

Talia Asher- Talia is 60 years old. She resides in Mevaseret, where she was born and raised and where her parents met and got married. Her two children also live there along with their spouses and children, Talia’s grandchildren, and … Continue reading

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Telling The Story Of How I Survived The Holocaust Through Art

Written by Sarah Bechor and Daniel Yaron. Adapted from the original translation by Raphael Poch.  In this picture, you see Jenny Rosenstein a Holocaust survivor, with Daniel Yaron, a 26 years old first-year medical student at Tel Aviv University. In … Continue reading

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Helping One Another Improve

Yehuda Bar is 27-years-old and is studying industrial design at HIT in Holon. Through the Impact scholarship program, Yehuda started volunteering with United Hatzalah’s Ten Kavod project. Impact is a program for released IDF soldiers who have gone on to … Continue reading

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Visiting The Elderly Has Made Me a Better Person – Ten Kavod Project Be’er Sheva

Menachem Ashash-    Menachem Ashash is 30-years-old and volunteers as a part of United Hatzalah’s Ten Kavod project. He is originally from Netanya but currently resides in Be’er Sheva where he’s studying to become an electrical engineer.    Last year, … Continue reading

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