Tuesday, December 20, 2016

✰Joyous Holidays✰















☮Happy Hanukkah☮
Hanukkah is a Jewish festival. Hanukkah is also known as The Festival Of Lights, for its Miracles.
                                 

Yad Ezra V'Shulamit; provides food, clothing, psychological services and emergency relief to tens of thousands of Israeli children and their families each year.

Breaking Israel's Cycle Of Poverty, Through Charity.
Today's socio-economic environment in Israel; causes many challenges, to the day-to-day lives of many struggling families.

The consequences of this reality are devastating. Hundreds of thousands of children and families go without eating three proper meals per day. However, unfortunately it does not end with hunger. Hunger leads to depression, anxiety and puts kids at risk.

Yad Ezra V’Shulamit was founded in 1998 with the initial goal of providing immediate hunger relief to dozens of Israeli families in need.

While this goal was the primary focal point and will always be considered to be part of the organization’s future donations, it was not the only aspect of the long term plan. This would go on; to include, after school educational programs, academic enrichment via personalized tutoring, professional guidance, and activities for teens at risk.

YAD EZRA V'SHULAMIT

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Hanakkuh Chabad.org, Chabad-Lubavitch Media Center

Hanukkah Crafts for Kids


BubbeZayde
♥Adopt A Bubbe  And  Or A Zayde♥ For Your Loved Ones. In Their Honor.  A Gift, They Won't Want To Exchange! 
(Suitable. for any occasion).
Action For Post-Soviet Jewry 
24 Crescent Street
Suite 306 Waltham MA 02453
Phone (781) 893-2331
Fax (781) 647-9474
ActionPSJ@aol.com

Assisting Jews in the Former Soviet Union since 1975
The Adopt a Bubbe (And Or, A Zayde) program reaches out to elderly Jews and the handicapped in Ukraine and Belarus.

"Action" recruits coordinators; who know their Jewish community, and asks them to find the most vulnerable Jewish retirees who need help.

Many live on their own in poor conditions and some are unable to leave their homes.
With "Action" funds, coordinators purchase and deliver fresh fruits, vegetables, cheese and meats directly to their homes.

When needed, "Action" has also provided eyeglasses or hearing aids, a lamp to read by, or coal for heat in the winter months.

One could almost say that; Action For Post-Soviet Jewry, works with clients one shovel or one fresh chicken, or one pair of eyeglasses at a time. I , have no association with this organization. I just think it's a great charity.



ie How To Apply For A Habitat For Humanity House 

Habitat For Humanity Fact Sheet (Frequently Asked Questions) 

Where Habitat for Humanity Builds: United States & Canada

Full Movie What Would Jesus Buy?


US Small Business Association
10 Steps to Starting a Business
About the SBA
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Merry Christmas Joe Just in Case; You Forgot, Again




I Celebrate Christmas And Hanukkah. I’m ½ Irish and ½ Jewish. I Celebrate Kwanzaa too; “In Spirit,” with my friends.

I'm; “Second Generation,” American. My Grandparents were Immigrants.

I had an Irish Mother and A Jewish Father. 

My Irish Grandfather; Michael Murphy, worked on the Central Railroad, in Jersey City, NJ (100 years ago). Unloading box cars with a big hook.
He and his fellow workers, sweltered in the summer and froze in the winter!
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My Jewish Grandmother; Sarah, was a Orthodox Rabbi's, Daughter. She and her family immigrated, from Latvia to New York City about 1880.

My Grandfather Nathan; came all the way from Russia as a young man, all by himself! He had a Brother already living in Connecticut. Around the 1880's too.

I know he, (Nathan) and my Grandmother were married before 1888. Because he always said my Father's older Sister Florence, was born during the Great Blizzard of 88Photos

I learned how to use a computer for the first time in March, 2008. Never touched one before. But; I'm fast, on a typewriter.

I started blogging, because I wanted to help our Troops and Veterans and The Young People Everywhere.

Politically; the good of the people, is my concern, as a Sociologist.
I'm from New Jersey aka The Garden State, but not called that, recently.
I lived in Northern NJ (Bayonne, Hudson County) and Southern NJ (Bricktown, Ocean County).

Having seen how beautiful untouched nature is and then seeing how big energy destroys, I'm an environmentalist.

I was always the way I am now.

From when I was a baby until 2nd grade (when we moved down to South Jersey). I spent a lot of time being dragged around in one of my Father's bars.

When I was little; 5, years old, some of the local/neighborhood guys (customers), used to scream every time I walked in the door with my Mother.

Epithets like; "Oh no, the holy terrors here, or "Oh no, it's the little hurricane". They had several, names for me. Total exaggerations!

I promptly squirted them, with my little red water gun.
My Mother would say "don't shoot the boys with your water gun", but I did anyway.

I didn't want to even be there. I would have rather been home, coloring in my coloring books with my 64 box of Crayolas or watching tv.

I wasn’t,  anti-social. I had tons of Sailor friends who used to take me to the toy store and buy me anything I wanted.

No one was allowed to have a beer until they did.
Well ok one, or two.

Guess that’s why I like to tell people about organizations like, Toys For Tots. I want, all Children to be able to experience the joys of childhood. One being; getting a toy, they like.

The bar was about 5 blocks from our town's; then, Naval base. I knew Sailors from all over the world. My best friend, was from the Cayman Islands.

I wasn't spoiled either. Half my toys used to always disappear. I had lots of poor cousins. One of my Aunt's, had 10 children.

As everyone knew my Father and Mother, everywhere. They all knew me on sight. So I could never get away with anything. Even though I did get attention and away with a lot.

  ☮Peace And Justice☮
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The ICB Traveler Equality Project
The Irish Chaplaincy Project; is a charity, that provides services and support to excluded vulnerable and isolated people; in the Irish Community in Britian.

The reality of life in Britain today for many Irish emigrants is not the migrant’s dream. Many of those who came to England in the 1950s and 1960s face isolation and severe poverty; over 1,000 Irish men and women are in custody; and Irish Travelers remain among the most marginalized groups in society.






Las Hermanas de María - Villa de los Niños AC 

Villa de los Niños Guadalajara, Jalisco

Sitio Oficial de Las Hermanas de Maria-Villa de los Niños video english subtitles.
Video is loud you might want to turn your sound down.