Pesach Celebration

Pesach celebration

The elderly population in general and the Holocaust survivors in particular spend most of their time at home.  That is why social events have an important impact on the lives of the survivors who at their age do not have the opportunity to celebrate the holidays in a way that they deserve.
Latet hosted a series of Passover events to provide survivors with a warm, friendly environment and the opportunity to socialize with volunteers and fellow survivors. The events were extremely succesful, and survivors really enjoyed the evenings.    

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