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Yad B’yad Lod


Yad B’yad was founded in the year 2000 by Rabbi Globerman, the previous deputy mayor of Lod. Lod and Ramle are considered the poorest cities in Israel requiring massive amounts of aid to the local populace. Yad B’yad goes above and beyond to provide second hand clothing, furniture, food packages, bridal dresses, and more for the needy.

Groups are invited throughout the year to support the Yad B’yad facility in Lod, package food, supplies, serve the needy and see Israel’s incredible philanthropy in action. Frequently throughout the year soldiers from the IDF volunteer at the facility – groups are invited to work alongside them supporting the needy in Israel.

  • Visit Duration: 1.5-2 hours
  • Group Size: 1-40 people
  • Hours: 9AM – 3PM
  • Tour Activity: Volunteer

For tour suggestions, special programs, questions, or bookings please contact our tourism department in Israel: [email protected]


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