Beit Ruth celebrated nine years of memories and love with an evening recognizing the community of graduates, staff, and volunteers who have supported the Hostel program since its inception in 2006.
The Diplomatic Spouses Club of Israel (DSCI) raised NIS 12,000 at their 2015 Charity Brunch on behalf of Beit Ruth Educational & Therapeutic Village.
Following 9 years of demonstrated success at both Beit Ruth Hostel and our new state-of-the art Village, Beit Ruth is once again ready for expansion! Beit Ruth is pleased to announce a new Matching Gift Program in support of the next phase of construction of Beit Ruth Educational & Therapeutic Village.
We’re celebrating the second anniversary of the opening of Beit Ruth Village and we can’t believe all we have achieved together in that short amount of time. Ronit Levari, Director of Therapeutic Programming, reflects on two amazing years.
This week we opened Beit Rotem, our third dormitory at Beit Ruth Village. We are welcoming 6 new residents to their new home as our Hostel program is closed and relocated to Beit Ruth Educational & Therapeutic Village.
“It’s encouraging to see so many people giving purely from their own hearts to society’s weakest links. Being a young victim of family violence and abuse puts you in such a hopeless, helpless situation.”
Beit Ruth is proud to announce the inauguration of our new Horticulture and Garden Therapy program!
In recent days, there has been a significant increase in rocket fire aimed at the greater Tel Aviv metropolitan area, with many landing in the suburb of Rishon LeTzion, where our Beit Ruth Hostel is located. In response, Beit Ruth has decided to re-locate the residents of our Hostel further north to our Beit Ruth Educational & Therapeutic Village in Afula.
Over 20,000 girls ages 12 to 18 are considered at risk in Israel. Yes, in Israel. Lost to the streets, forgotten, discarded, abused. But with your help we can rescue them and break the cycle of abuse.
Our success rate is 98%. Our program combining a boarding school educational environment with intensive personal therapy works. But the waiting list for new girls is long and we need to expand our facilities. Because for each day that passes dozens of girls are lost to the streets.