Uplifting Chanukah Concert Held for Children With Special Needs

Photos: Mendi Kurant

A lively concert was held in Yerushalayim for 300 children with special needs, featuring singers Chaim Yisrael and Mendi Jerufi.

On the eighth night of Chanukah, an uplifting and emotional concert took place for 300 children with special needs and their families. The event unfolded in the ‘Kedma’ hall, nestled against the backdrop of the Old City walls in Yerushalayim.

Organized by the Lehachayot organization, the children and their families gathered for an evening of joy, song, and tefilos for the success of Israel. The evening commenced with a fun milchig dinner, including pizza, fries, drinks, and jelly-filled doughnuts.

Renowned singer Chaim Yisrael captivated and delighted the participants with a performance that seamlessly blended emotional and soulful tunes with joyful and uplifting songs. Volunteers from the organization added positive energy to the event.

Joining the stage was the singer Rabbi Mendi Jerufi, presenting prayerful and joyful songs accompanied by keyboardist David Nachshon and guitarist Itzik. The artist Shimon Levi also contributed by sharing his personal story and unveiling a new song set to be released soon.

During the event, words of encouragement and awakening were delivered by Rabbi Mendy Lebel, the director of the Lehachayot organization. Together with the volunteers, the children sang, leaving the venue with joy and smiles on their faces, armed with positive resolutions for the success of Israel in its ongoing challenges.

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