Eli and Chava Fachler - our guests of honour at the Dinner
When Eli and Chava got married on their wartime kibbutz in Buckinghamshire, England, in 1944, they made a vow that they would rebuild the family shattered by the Holocaust. By any objective standards, they have fulfilled their vow. They had seven children (Yanky, David, Mordechai, Chaim, Melanie, Meir and Yossi). To their twenty-six grandchildren, and over eighty great-grandchildren, they are known as Opi and Omi.
Throughout their lives, this gregarious couple has made a tremendous impact on generations and generations of people from across the world. In Letchworth, London and Jerusalem, they have welcomed literally thousands of friends and strangers into their home - for Shabbat meals, for Kiddush, for R&R, and for social events. And across the world, you will find people who will happily tell you how much their lives have been touched in a very positive way by Eli and Chava.
The dedication of the Mordechai Fachler Family Therapy Unit is very dear to the hearts of Eli and Chava, and they urge everyone to help make this a reality.
NEWS UPDATEDuring Operation Protective Edge, Mayanei Hayeshua's mental health outpatient units experienced unprecedented demand as parents brought in traumatized children subjected to explosions, sirens and bomb shelters. With your help, the expanded outpatients unit named after Rabbi Mordechai Fachler will address the needs of these families.
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