Beit Hashalom – A New Jewish Neighborhood in Hevron
We are currently at the brink of a historical breakthrough – the construction of a new Jewish neighborhood in Hevron. Thanks to your involvement, we will be able to complete this national endeavor!
Here are a few ways that you can take part in redeeming Hevron and furthering this national endeavor.
The apartment will be owned by the buyer.
The apartment can be used as a residence for the buyer or rented out to tenants.
The donation is recognized for tax refund purposes under Section 46A.
Your donation will help us in the following ways:
Completion of the construction and renovation of Beit Hashalom – the public spaces and infrastructures.
To continue redeeming homes in the City of the Patriarchs.
Donors who contribute over NIS 400 will receive a special gift; details provided by telephone 1-599-505-400
The construction and renovation costs are high and include, among other things, paying for the infrastructures for the new neighborhood and building and renovating the public spaces at Beit Hashalom that will be used by everyone who visits the site.
Secure donation by credit card
Check sent by mail
Donation by telephone
Harchivi Makom Ohalech is a non-profit organization dedicated to redeeming homes in Hevron. Over the past several years, we have been privileged to redeem several new buildings near the Tomb of the Patriarchs, including Beit Hamachpela, Beit Rachel and Beit Leah. The foundation handles the entire purchase process, beginning from finding the properties using field experts, the sale process, the required legal aspects, renovation of the homes, and until they are finally inhabited by the new residents. In addition, the foundation continues to redeem additional apartments and buildings throughout Hevron.
Harchivi Makom Ohalech is dedicated to redeeming homes throughout the city of Hevron, following in the footsteps of our forefather Abraham, with the goal of expanding the Jewish presence in Hevron and creating a Jewish continuum connecting the Tomb of the Patriarchs with the various Jewish neighborhoods in Kiryat Arba-Hevron.