Prayers in Times of War: Yad Sarah takes Evacuated Wheelchair Users to Western Wall

Amid the hardships of war, Yad Sarah volunteer drivers this week (November 6) transported a group of evacuates who use wheelchairs from the northern city of Kiryat Shmona to visit the Western Wall and deliver their prayers at the holiest site in Judaism.

The volunteers drove the evacuees in the organization’s wheelchair-accessible vans. They departed from Yad Sarah’s “Yirmiyahu 33 Rehabilitation and Wellness Hotel” in Jerusalem, where they are sheltering along with nearly 300 displaced seniors and individuals with disabilities along with their caregivers.

Yad Sarah opened the doors of Yirmiyahu 33 Hotel as part of its nationwide emergency campaign to extend humanitarian care through the NGO’s over 120 branches and 7,000 volunteers to those affected by the war, alongside its routine operations.


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