Aloney Yitzchak students to produce their own wine
For the first time, Aloney Yitzchak won’t be selling their
harvest of organic Merlot grapes to local wineries. Instead, the students will
be using them at the village to produce their very own wine.
Thanks to you, Youth Aliyah Child Rescue has provided seed
funding for this new programme. Students will learn every aspect of winemaking,
from planting to pouring, under the guidance of regional winemaker Rami
Bar-Maor. After two years this will become a matriculation track recognised by
the Ministry of Education, giving graduates a highly marketable skill set in
one of Israel’s fast-growing industries.
We are so proud to support Aloney Yitzchak as they create
innovative ways for at risk children to become amazing adults.