Projects | 2018

RENOVATION OF THE ‘MOADONIT’ CHILDREN’S CLUB IN SHLOMI

RENOVATION OF THE ‘MOADONIT’ CHILDREN’S CLUB IN SHLOMI

This facility in the border community of Shlomi is a ‘home away from home’ for 15 children between the ages of 6-12 who spend their time there every afternoon after school. These kids, coming from homes suffering with forms of abuse, all under supervision of the local social welfare agency, are provided with a loving and warm “home” environment where they are able to focus with their school-homework as well as receive a nutritious meal and engage in many enrichment activities prepared for them by the two counselors at the ‘moadonit’ club.

The club was in poor condition and very much in need of renovation and refurbishment. Galila, in partnership with the Florida-based HOT charity group, with the full cooperation of the Municipality, renovated the facility and provided furniture and equipment giving these impoverished children a cozy and inviting environment – something they lack in their own homes.