The experience of Aliyah provides a new Oleh with countless opportunities to reflect, emote, absorb and appreciate. Hear from Benjamin Casper as he shares the moving experience of attending his first Kitah Aleph Ceremony.
I’ve been living in Beit Choron for about 6 months, and my wife has lived on the Yishuv her whole life. I fell in love with it the first time I visited. They actually have a brand new project with apartments for sale.
We moved into Kiryat Hasharon a year ago, after living in several communities around the country including Jerusalem and Haifa. We never really felt like we had a community until now. The community was very welcoming upon our arrival, we were invited out for a load of Shabbat meals and we finally felt like we had somewhere we could call home.
Kochav Yaakov and Tel Tzion are two communities in the same yishuv. We originally moved to Tel Tzion 9 years ago and really loved it, but when we were looking to downsize 5 years ago the best house we found for what we were looking for was in Kochav Yaakov. I already knew many of the people in Kochav Yaakov because the communities kind of overlapped, and I knew that it was a nice mix of people where you didn't have to fit a mold to fit in. And the price was right.
I made Aliyah in 2008 after my "year in Israel." I knew it was now or never--I was 19 years old, just at the right age to make adult decisions without the adult responsibilities.
Nefesh B'Nefesh made my Aliyah process very smooth and I soon joined the Hesder program of my Yeshiva, and enlisted in the Paratroopers Brigade.
More empty nesters than ever before are moving to Israel—to be closer to family and to fulfill lifelong dreams of living in Israel. If you’re a retiree considering Aliyah, here are eight things to look forward to
Once upon time, a girl from tropical Florida decided to move to the arid Negev desert of Israel to fulfill her dream of living a Jewish life on a kibbutz with her children. She quit her job, sold her mini-van, rented her home and, with the help of Nefesh B’Nefesh, made Aliyah. She found a great job, met and married her true love, watched her children blossom, and has lived happily ever after...
This Thanksgiving, Daniel and Chavi Eisenberg are thankful to have finally made it to Israel. After years of planning, and with many obstacles to overcome along the way, the Eisenbergs are thrilled with their new life in Israel.
WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP TO BUILD A STRONGER ISRAEL THROUGH ALIYAH
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