“Thank you so much to everyone at Ohel Sarah for the amazing work that you do. It was an honor to see firsthand the projects and to meet your wonderful clients, children, adults and parents, and the very many people who give their time to make Ohel Sarah the wonderful place that it is. Kol Hakavod!”
Mrs. Celia Gould, spouse of former British Ambassador to Israel.
“Seeing young men working in nature is beautiful and inspiring! In this day and age, where technology suppresses man’s ability to really connect to his surroundings, I am impressed by Ohel Sarah’s encouragement of its students to appreciate and live nature.”
Mr. Chaim Messing, Chairman of the Jewish National Fund, Central Israel, during his visit to Ohel Sarah’s Therapy Greenhouse.
“It is wonderful to see these women working and being involved in meaningful employment. I am a staunch believer that people with special needs deserve to feel like contributing individuals in the community. Ohel Sarah serves as an advocate for adults with disabilities and advances their right to take an active part in society”
Mr. Eli Dadon, Chairman of the Israel National Lottery.
“I have been deeply impressed by the devotion, high professional standards, care and warmth and individual attention that each student at the organization receives…and by its constant aspiration towards advancement and improvement – all carried out with the purpose of providing the best possible care to the students.”
Michal Hertzog, Wohl Foundation.
Yesterday, on Yom Ha’atzmaut 9th May 2019, over 4000 children from 18 schools across the UK – Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and London – braved the rainy weather to collectively walk the distance from the UK to Israel.
250 children at Independent Jewish Day School in Hendon proudly walked around their local area waving flags and loudly singing ‘Am Yisrael Chai’ – bringing people out of the houses to cheer them on.
“It was a rousing experience to watch our children circuiting our school building, all in the name of Ohel Sarah, as they contributed on the walk to Israel with such gusto and merriment!” said Justin Kett (Deputy Head at Morasha Sacks Primary School)
’King David Primary School Manchester are proud to be taking part in the ‘Walk to Israel’ campaign this year to raise money for Ohel Sarah – a very worthwhile cause’ said Rayna Glickman (Head of Jewish Studies at King David Primary School Manchester)
‘Gesher School participated in Ohel Sarah UK’s 1-Mile Walk for Israel with a trip to Hampstead Heath. The children walked up Parliament Hill and celebrated up at the top waving their flags over the beautiful viewpoint of the city! It was a very special morning for the children at Gesher; not only did we get to celebrate Yom Ha’atzmaut, but the children were also able to be a part of a greater community of 4, 000 children across the country raising funds for charity!’
Whilst Kerem Primary School chose to walk around the playground and around the school hall. ‘We had a fun day in blue and white raising money for a great cause’ commented Abi Wolfson, pupil at Kerem school.
‘We walked around our playground singing lots of songs, having lots of fun whilst at the same time raising lots of money’ Annabelle Lipton, pupil at Kerem school.
All money raised will go towards buying playground equipment and specially adapted bikes for the children in Ohel Sarah’s schools in Israel.
To see the article on the Jewish News click here.