Project of the Month

ESRA Computer Centers provide free access to computers and innovative instruction in computer skills for underprivileged children, youth and adults helping to close the cultural and educational gap.


  • 15. June 2010 - 8:00
    "An Israeli Love Story" with Adi Bielski played to a packed house in Raanana on the 13th June. Adi, alone on the stage, held the audience spellbound for 70 minutes while she acted out the poignant story of the love affair between Margalit, the young and vibrant kibbutznik and Ami an idealistic pioneer and solder in the Palmach. It begins in the summer of 1942 through a chance meeting at a bus stop. Despite the many dangers and hardships of those times, their relationship develops into a promise of marriage.
  • 30. May 2010 (All day)
    Our new ESRA Befriender's Group has now completed its 4 week training session which included familiarising ourselves with the workings of ESRA, getting to know each other, and working as a group.  We were instructed by a professional social worker, counselor and psychologist.  They briefed us on how to be more assertive, to be able to acknowledge depression and much more.  We had roll play on listening skills and talked about confidentiality.  A very interesting and informative four weeks.
  • 4. May 2010 - 18:00
    ESRA's AGM held on Tuesday 4th May at Beit Fisher,  welcomed in a new Executive Committee to be co-chaired by Adele Hunter and Nina Zuck with two new vice-chairs, Val Kantor and Jane Krivine.Thanks were expressed to ex-Chairperson, Debby Lieberman and her team for their devoted work over the past two years.


    ESRA – Does good and does you good!‎
  • Extracted from Greer Fay Cashman's 'Grapevine'. The Jerusalem Post 12/4/11