An ESRA MAGAZINE Volunteer reveals how it's done. In How Many Hours, Lynette Karp explains how being one of those volunteers enriches her life and how the magazine enriches the lives of its readers, through its informative and entertaining articles.More...
Members of ESRA who are involved with the Students Build a Neighborhood project in Hefzibah, Netanya, received a warm welcome from the students upon receiving their annual stipend. At the Meeting the Students in Hefzibah. ESRA were told by the students what they planned to do for their individual assignments to benefit children and the community.More...
The Herzliya students of Build a Neighborhood took on a special project for the Purim event at the local community center which featured different countries and different cultures. Annette Lavender reports.More...
Adele, a former chairperson of ESRA, and Mike Rubin were excellent hosts and guides for an ESRA group who recently visited Sderot where they now live. The history of the city was explained and its highlights were visited. The many public areas were impressive, especially the huge indoor play center. A short film of a rocket attack was shown.More...
A novel way to build stronger communities while supporting various charities, is described in Mini Bazaar on Mitzvah Day 2011. ESRA’s Students Build a Neighborhood in Herzliya held the successful event, a joint project of ESRA and the Municipality. Rosemary Rivlin reports.More...
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