OPPORTUNITY TO ASSIST EZRAT AVOT
DATE TO BE DETERMINED
Ezrat Avot was founded by Rabbi Shlomo Gamliel who made Aliyah to Israel with the “Magic Carpet” operation. At the age of 106, seeing all the sorrows and poverty from which his neighbors suffered, he decided to open a soup kitchen in his own home.
His granddaughter, Naomi Sharabi was his faithful helper in preparing and serving the meals and in organizing programs for the elderly.
As time passed and the news about this small center spread, more and more elderly from different neighborhoods began to attend, additional space was therefore required to accommodate this growth.
In 1976 the organization Ezrat Avot – a nonprofit was officially founded.
Throughout the four decades since its founding Naomi Sharabi has served as the Executive Director of Ezrat Avot as was her grandfather’s wish.
15 Hakisufim, Ramot Neighborhood in Jerusalem, Link to google map - click here
Driving from Jerusalem to Ramot on Golda Meir turn right onto Shivat Tzion and then turn left at the first roundabout which is Hakisufim. Parking will be available on both sides of the street.
Walk on the side of the street without the apartments. There will be a building under construction on the corner, then a schoolyard playground, a Beit Kenesset, a large green dumpster, and then a school.
Walk to the entrance of the school where you will see a large white sign for Ohr Torah Stone above the metal fence. Just after this sign is a brick pathway on your left. There is a blue handrail on the path. Turn down the pathway and follow this around as it bends to the right. On your left will be a metal fence with a gate to the entrance of Ezrat Avot. There is a garden in front. If you walk to another playground and stores you have passed the entrance.
Bus 71 comes from King George. Bus 31 comes from tachana merkazit. (near the cofix and pizza and schwarma shops)
The stop needed is Shivat Tzion and Tlalim. Tlalim is the second stop on Shivat Tzion.
After you get off, turn around and walk to the circle at the corner of Hakisufim. Cross and turn onto Hakisufim.
Please call if you have any questions. Sharon. 050-823-4745
- To meet the everyday needs of the elderly in order to help them age with dignity in the privacy of their own home and to lighten the burden of their families
- To provide a warm and friendly environment for social interaction, offering activities and the ability to make new friends, in order to ward off isolation and loneliness.
- To provide the necessary support and strength required for seniors to remain independent in their own homes. Seniors will be able to depend on a permanent Health and Life Enrichment Center providing needful information and counsel to help them with all issues that affect their lives.