Israeli Kids Get Early Hannukah Reprieve from School

Tuesday, November 19, 2013 |  Israel Today Staff  

Hannukah is arriving early this year, and Israeli kids aren't complaining as they get a full week off school for the holiday.

While it typically lands around the time Christmas, this year Hannukah, which follows the Hebrew calendar, begins on November 28.

Israel Today will be helping local Messianic children celebrate by donating goodie bags to the students of Makor Hatikvah, the only Messianic day school in Jerusalem.

If you'd like to participate in blessings these children, head over to our SUPPORT CHILDREN page and donate now!

You will notice that the main focus of our children support package right now is the work of Be'ad Chaim, Israel's Messianic-run pro-life organization.

In addition to blessing the students at Makor Hatikvah and supporting efforts to prevent abortions in Israel, you will also receive the 2013-2014 Be'ad Chaim wall calendar feature 12 of the babies recently saved by the organization's work.

Head on over to our SUPPORT CHILDREN page and donate now!

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