Promoting cultural activities is one of the goals of the Jerusalem Highlight Foundation, which sponsored the Klein Halevi book launch and was founded just a few months ago to produce “content-driven social events that support worthy causes.” The recipient of ticket sales for this evening was Jerusalem Village, a three-year-old grassroots community project that aims to give young new immigrants to Israel’s capital a reason to stick around.
By Brian Blum | January 20, 2014
Times of Israel
A large proportion of new immigrants to the capital wind up moving back out — to other parts of Israel, or abroad. A new grassroots project is working to change that.
By Nicole Levin | July 13, 2013
Tragically, while in Jerusalem, young internationals aren’t inspired by their Israeli peers, or exposed to the city’s ongoing rejuvenation and renaissance.
By Emily Ziedman | February 5, 2014
Local Belle Blog
Last Friday I experienced something that I never thought would happen to me so early in life- a private chef came to my house and cooked an entire Shabbat meal for me and 10 guests. Is this a joke? No. This is reality, people.
Anabelle Harari | January 7, 2013