Photo Credit: courtesy, Ari Fuld Project
Bringing Hanukkah light and joy to a child who is displaced by the October 7 massacre carried out in southern Israel by Gaza's Hamas terror organization.

Some 2,000 boxes of light and hope were distributed during this Hanukkah holiday to displaced Israeli refugee children and their families who were forced out of their homes near the Gaza border by savage invading Hamas terrorists on October 7.

The “Lights in a Box” project, organized by Mercaz Khosen and supported in part by the Ari Fuld Project, contains a selection of items aimed at bringing joy to the traumatized children and their families.

‘Lights in a Box’ contain a kit for making one’s own Hanukkah menorah, candles and other holiday-related items.

Among the contents in the box are a kit for creating a Hanukkah menorah and a box of candles, along with other holiday-related items.

Two thousand families received the Hanukkah therapy packages, which are intended to build family and community resilience for the Israeli refugees.

Mercaz Khosen provides trauma therapy, social and psychological support. The organization also provided the volunteers to pack the boxes in Ma’ale Adumim.

The Ari Fuld Project provided the initiative with the platform and support needed to bring in the donations that made it all possible.

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Hana Levi Julian is a Middle East news analyst with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University. A past columnist with The Jewish Press and senior editor at Arutz 7, Ms. Julian has written for, and other media outlets, in addition to her years working in broadcast journalism.