Articles in "Human Interest"

WATCH: Leaving No One Behind, Leket Provides 10,000 Passover Meals to Israel’s Elderly

Leket Israel has significantly stepped up its operations to provide nonprofits with surplus fresh fruit and vegetables and hot meals which ...

Yad Vashem Modifies Holocaust Remembrance Ceremonies for Coronavirus Times

Yad Vashem, Israel's National Holocaust Remembrance Memorial, has announced it is modifying its Holocaust Remembrance Day program to comply ...

After Recovering from Coronavirus, Father and Son Return to Work at MDA

A month after having contracted the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), a father and son have returned to work at the Magen David Adom (MDA) ...

IDF Launches Operation Golden Guards to Protect the Elderly Population during Coronavirus Crisis

The IDF launched Operation Mishmarot Hazahav (lit. golden guards, also means crossing guards) on Wednesday to protect and assist at-risk ...

Around the Country, Israelis Mobilize to Assist ‘Coronavirus Casualties’  

The spread of the novel Coronavirus in Israel continues, and as the almost complete lockdown on Israel's population remains the ...

IDF Joins Ranks with Civil Society Orgs to Help with Coronavirus Aid to Seniors

In another display of collaboration between the IDF and Israeli civil society organizations, tens of thousands of senior citizens in Israel ...

Israeli Org Expands Emergency Dispatch Center into Humanitarian Ops Hub

An Israeli emergency medicine organization is adapting to the needs and times of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and has allocated ...

Fearing Doomsday Coronavirus Pandemic, Israeli Returns Stolen Archeological Artifact

Some 15 years after an Israeli stole a ballista stone from the archaeological site in the City of David, he decided this weekend to return ...

Adults with Special Needs Celebrate Purim with Patients at Haifa Hospital

People with Special Needs from the Tzohar Halev housing network arrived at the oncology department of Rambam Hospital in Haifa on Sunday to ...

University of Haifa Sends Israeli Students to Assist Refugees in Greece

The Clinics for Law and Social Change at the University of Haifa has sent three Arab-Israeli students to Athens to conduct research and ...