Here in the Projects window, The Jewish Heritage Project seeks to provide places in which the Jewish Person can contribute to the building up of Judea and Samaria. The truth is there is countless essential projects and endeavors going on in Judea and Samaria that are in need of help from those who are inspired to help from their heart. So Hashem likes these offerings.

 “Take from yourselves an offering for Hashem; every generous hearted person shall bring it,…” Shemot 35:5


The people of Shvut Rachel need your help to build a Synagogue and Spiritual Center. This beautiful community in Binyamin still does not have a House of Prayer and Beit Midresh.  PLEASE HELP!
For more information please contact – Shmaya Tiram 972 58 711 9098               Visit their website :

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Shvut Rachel



The Binyamin Medical Center will serve as the primary urgent care and general medical center for the entire Binyamin region, providing care to nearly 50,000 residents living in more than 35 communities.

Currently, medical services available throughout the Binyamin region are severely limited in scope, quality and accessibility. Despite Binyamin being the largest regional council in Israel, the poor infrastructure, hazardous road conditions and long travel time into Jerusalem places the lives of the people of Binyamin in constant danger. Urgent care is completely dependent on the hospitals and emergency rooms of Jerusalem. The constant threat of terror attacks on the roads make this initiative an absolute necessity.   For more info and to Donate … Click Here


The National Kupah Initiative lead by The  Nahala Settlement Movement.  You now have a chance to connect yourself to the land of Israel forever.

Beit HaShalom in Hebron.

Walk in the footsteps of Avraham Avinu



Migron Needs You!

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 Beit Midresh of Zichron Moshe

The Beit Midresh of Zichron Moshe on the Mount of Olives is expanding and they need your Help to continue their important work.  Beit Midresh Zichron Moshe is located in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Ma’aleh HaZeitim, across from Har Habayit upon which the Beit HaMikdash stood. The Kollel set as its goal to realize the vision of the Chafetz Chaim zt”l of producing Torah scholars thoroughly versed in the laws of Tractate Kodeshim and able to teach these laws to the Kohanim. This is in preparation for the rebuilding of the Beit HaMikdash speedily, in our times. Hazal say that whoever deals or support in studies of Kodshim is considered rebuilding the Beit HaMikdash!
contact Elyakim Wenger the Director of Development