Bigger and better for Yad Sarah

The Ramat Gan Yad Sarah branch was able to relocate to larger quarters recently, and what better time for such a move than over the Hanukka holiday?

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 6, 2007 10:27
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yad sarah metro 88 224. (photo credit: Courtesy, Yad Sarah)

 
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The Ramat Gan Yad Sarah branch was able to relocate to larger quarters on Krinitzi Street this week, and what better time for such a move than over the Hanukka holiday? The move was made possible in conjunction with the Ramat Gan Municipality, which provided and remodeled a suitable building, and the generous donations from Menashe Ben-Chaim, who donated medical equipment and the operational costs in memory of his wife, Nogah. In his greetings, Ramat Gan Mayor, Zvi Bar, praised the organization - above all its volunteers - for their devotion in helping those in need. Uri Lupolianski, mayor of Jerusalem and founder of Yad Sarah, expressed his gratitude to Bar for his immediate undertaking in finding a suitable building for the branch, while Ben-Chaim, in his remarks, described how when he and his wife decided to donate to humanitarian causes, Yad Sarah was the first place that came to mind.

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