JDC Supported Centers are Playing a Critical Role in Emergency Evacuation and Relief
We’ve just met with some of the remarkable leaders and volunteers at the JDC supported Young Adult Center of Tirat HaCarmel. These young folks went into immediate action on Thursday night as the fire intensified, heading into danger zones to rescue the elderly and others in need. Check out the video.
We’re currently meeting with some of those rescued, an Ethiopian grandmother, an elderly Russian couple—and the JDC supported community leaders, experts and caregivers who thanks to the ongoing support of the Israeli Government and US and global Jewry were ready, trained, in place and ready to go when the emergency hit.
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